SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Legal Newsline) - A man is suing Nucell Labs and Vitacost.com, Inc., alleging their health benefits claims for a product have not been filed with the FDA regulations and that is poses health risks if consumed.
SAN JOSE – The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on Mar. 13 tossed out a lawsuit filed by a man against the video provider YouTube who accused the company of wrongfully prohibiting his videos because of alleged copyright infringement.
A new California Supreme Court decision will usher in more lawsuits against businesses under the Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) without really bringing more benefits to aggrieved employees, according to those familiar with PAGA litigation.
SAN FRANCISCO – A state appeals court unanimously ruled against California Attorney General Xavier Becerra for his refusal to release records that his office acquired from law enforcement agencies pertaining to police shootings, use of force and officer misconduct in a longstanding fight to enforce a state transparency law that took effect last year.
ALAMEDA – An appeals court has affirmed summary judgment in favor of the city of Newark, California, in its case against a pedestrian who was seriously injured after being hit by a car in an intersection crosswalk.
SAN JOSE – A U.S. magistrate judge granted, in part, fees sought by attorneys who represented unsatisfied headphone buyers in a class action settlement against an electronics company, but denied the lodestar method which resulted in approximately $200,000 less than sought.
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal court hearing on the NFL's attempt to dismiss the city of Oakland’s lawsuit over the relocation of the Raiders has been delayed until April 16, according to one of the attorneys representing the city.
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal judge has approved a $96.5 million settlement in "clean diesel" litigation against Volkswagen for approximately 100,000 consumers, a day after plaintiff attorneys for 10 class action opt-outs argued he was biased in a move for mistrial.
WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) - Lawsuits filed by disabled plaintiffs rose 8.8 percent in 2019 as plaintiffs attorneys continued to churn out novel discrimination complaints, according to the law firm Seyfarth Shaw LLP.