SAN FRANCISCO – A woman who was participating in a demonstration at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility last year alleges she was injured by police officers.
OROVILLE – The son of a couple killed in the Camp Fire has filed a suit against Pacific Gas & Electric and PG&E Corp. seeking damages.
In the third week of trial, attorneys for baby powder maker Johnson & Johnson attempted to undercut the expert testimony of a plaintiff witness by presenting documents from the 1970s saying its powder was free of asbestos.
SAN FRANCISCO – An Uber rider has filed suit against a driver, the ride-hailing company and another passenger over allegations of battery.
California jury awards $1.63 million in case against BNSF after plaintiff had rejected $50K settlement
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. (Legal Newsline) – Just weeks after rejecting a $50,000 pre-trial settlement offer from his former employer in a personal injury suit, one-time California maintenance worker David Arizaga walked away on Jan. 10 with a $1.63 million verdict against BNSF Railway Co.
SAN FRANCISCO – A couple is seeking damages from a San Francisco law firm over allegations its negligence caused them to lose their legal right to take action.
The National Federation of Independent Business’ Small Business Legal Center has filed an amicus brief urging a federal judge to affirm a district court’s limited liabilities ruling in a suit brought to establish the standard for determining if a Grubhub food delivery driver classifies as an independent contractor or an employee of the company.
A landowner who sued for Fifth Amendment violations by the Department of Transportation, which allegedly occupied a strip of land without compensation, has suffered a loss in court.
Appeals court upholds summary judgement in favor of supplement makers advertising cardiovascular health benefits
A vitamin maker accused of mislabeling its products and falsely advertising health claims has obtained a victory in court.
Appeals Court affirms dismissal of Applied Underwriters' trademark infringement case over webcast seminar
A financial services company claiming that its trademarks have been used as a title for a webcast seminar and in promotion materials has suffered a loss in court.
A group of engineers who sued a mining company for discrepancies in wages had a question for the California Supreme Court certified by a federal court.
Tech giant Yahoo's case against an insurer refusing to cover as personal injury the alleged privacy violations brought about by Yahoo's unsolicited text messages is headed to the California Supreme Court.
As Supreme Court bans foie gras, restaurant association says change will impact California restaurant industry
The Supreme Court has allowed California to ban foie gras after six years of the state waiting to enforce a ruling that was initially made 15 years ago.
SAN FRANCISCO – Former employees of San Francisco companies allege they were not provided proper meal and rest periods during their employment as gas station attendants.
SAN FRANCISCO – An insurance company is seeking damages from a driver over property damages allegedly incurred in a San Francisco collision.
SAN FRANCISCO – A Newark man alleges he was not compensated for all hours he worked by a food delivery service.
FRESNO – A woman alleges she was wrongfully terminated by her former employer because she requested accommodation for her disability.
Court says Alphonso did not infringe on Samba's patent for system that matches advertising to TV viewing habits
SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California recently said a company that sends advertisements to consumers' mobile devices based on the television shows they watch is not infringing on a patent created by a company that also sends ads to mobile devices based on television viewing habits.
FORT WORTH – Texas justices will soon decide whether California municipalities took aim at Texas-based free speech by bringing climate change lawsuits against ExxonMobil, a Texas company, in California courts.