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Yahoo alleges unknown individuals used mark for support scam

SAN JOSE – A Sunnyvale company alleges unknown individuals used its trademark to falsely advertise they were affiliated with the company for technical support scams.

Berkley Assurance Co. seeks rescission of insurance policy

SAN FRANCISCO – An insurance firm seeks the rescission of a policy over allegations the application contained misrepresentations.

Former Savers and Value Village employees file class-action over wage allegations

SAN FRANCISCO – Former employees of a retail thrift store have filed a class-action lawsuit alleging they were not paid proper overtime compensation.

Applied Integrated Systems Inc. files patent suit against Illinois business

SAN FRANCISCO – A California corporation alleges an Illinois business manufactures products that infringe on a patent it owns.

Anyboat Marine Electronics files for allegedly unpaid invoices

SAN FRANCISCO – A California corporation alleges that several ocean-going vessels have not paid for services and goods it provided.

Woman alleges breach of contract over Hawaiian vacation rental

SAN JOSE – A San Jose woman alleges that a Hawaii vacation rental she signed to stay in was occupied when she arrived.

Couple alleges companies did not disclose side effects of Abilify

SACRAMENTO – A Hanford couple is suing three pharmaceutical companies alleging that a prescription drug caused the husband to develop compulsive gambling behaviors.

Randy's Trucking Inc. alleged to have not paid employees overtime

BAKERSFIELD – A class-action suit has been filed against a Kern County oilfield service company over allegations it did not pay employees overtime.

Liberty Life Assurance Co. of Boston accused of wrongfully denying benefits

SAN FRANCISCO – A woman has filed a suit alleging that her insurance firm denied her claim for disability benefits.

Top Silicon Valley M&A attorney changes ships

SAN FRANCISCO – Andrew Luh was recently named to lead Gunderson Dettmer's Global M&A Practice Group. 

Oracle v. Google case prepares for round two in 'World Series of Intellectual Property'

SAN FRANCISCO – As two Silicon Valley tech giants prepare to face off in court, experts are saying that it's nearly impossible to predict who will come out on top.

Sedgwick LLP's newest Supreme Court blog launches for California

SAN FRANCISCO – Sedgwick LLP recently launched the California Supreme Court Review, an online database providing access to more than 1,600 Supreme Court rulings from 2000 through 2015.

Individuals accused of misappropriation of trade secrets

SAN FRANCISCO – A Fort Lauderdale business has filed suit against two employees living in California alleging that they used confidential company information for their own gain.

Country Visions Inc. accused of breach of contract by franchise

SACRAMENTO – A Louisiana franchise has filed suit against a Vacaville business alleging it failed to deliver its obligations based on its franchise agreement with plaintiff.

Woman claims Macy's, Bloomingdale's deceptively labeled prices

SAN FRANCISCO – An individual has filed a class-action lawsuit against three retail stores alleging that they falsely advertised their product's retail prices.

Individual accuses Theranos of misrepresenting accuracy of blood tests

SAN FRANCISCO – An individual has filed a class-action lawsuit against a Palo Alto blood test manufacturer alleging that it manufactured testing devices that do not give accurate results.

Class actions suit claims insurance companies wrongfully denied treatment

SAN JOSE – Two individuals have filed a class-action lawsuit against several insurance companies alleging treatment coverage was wrongfully denied to them.

Arizona man alleges Virginia individual owes unpaid debt

SAN JOSE – A Maricopa County, Arizona resident has filed suit against a Virginia man alleging a debt remains unpaid.

Man files class action alleging annuity policies scheme

SAN FRANCISCO – A San Mateo man alleges that several financial institutions sold deferred annuity policies to seniors that do not conform to state law and has filed a class-action lawsuit.

Man files suit seeking benefits from Lincoln National Life

SAN FRANCISCO – A Wymac Capital employee alleges that an insurance company wrongfully denied his application for long-term disability benefits.