LOS ANGELES – A consumer electronics manufacturer alleges a Pico Rivera company hired to provide shipping and warehousing services failed to reimburse the plaintiff for its errors per the terms of their agreement.
LOS ANGELES — Long Beach attorney Thomas Martin has been placed on one year of probation by the State Bar Court of California. The ruling was handed down is response to the attorney’s misconduct when handling funds in his client trust account.
SAN DIEGO — A federal judge has tentatively approved a settlement for the United States government to pay $1 million to the children of a Mexican man who died after being detained by federal border officers who beat and shot him with a stun gun while he was handcuffed.
The University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) recently filed a lawsuit against Genia Technologies, alleging theft and “misappropriation” of intellectual property by Roger Chen, the company's co-founder and former UCSC student.
&&& John Doherty, president of the Civil Justice Association of California, recently warned employers to exercise caution in incidents related to the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FMLA), citing a high-profile lawsuit filed by a hospital baker.
John E. Sweeney Jr., an attorney in Simi Valley, was recently sentenced to one year of probation by the State Bar Court of California after the court found him guilty of failing to promptly provide client paperwork and accounting of client funds.
Lynn Hubbard III, an attorney in Chico, was recently barred from practicing law for one year by the State Bar Court of California for misconduct after he allegedly missed a court-ordered scheduling conference, forged his mother's signature on documents and fabricated evidence.