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Consumer accuses collection company of violating TCPA

SAN DIEGO — A San Diego County man has filed a class action lawsuit against Allianceone Receivables Management Inc., alleging violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Former employee alleges mortgage company violated FLSA

SAN DIEGO — A former employee is suing a mortgage company, alleging violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).

Store clerk alleges Dollar Tree failed to pay proper wages

LOS ANGELES — A store clerk is suing Dollar Tree, alleging unpaid wages.

Appeals court upholds ruling to dismiss copyright suit against Nike

SAN FRANCISCO -- The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has upheld a decision to dismiss a photographer’s copyright infringement allegations against Nike Inc.

Inspector blames San Francisco engineering firm for injuries

SAN FRANCISCO — An inspector for the Municipal Transportation Agency (MUNI) is suing a San Francisco engineering business, alleging negligence caused injuries to the plaintiff.

Renovator alleges construction business owes $21,000

SAN FRANCISCO — A renovation business is suing construction services, alleging breach of contract.

Motorist blames another driver for crash

SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco motorist is suing another driver, alleging negligence caused a cdrash that injured the plaintiff.

Ice ages, the atmosphere and what Trump thinks: Climate change judge questions it all

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SAN FRANCISCO (Legal Newsline) – A federal judge has big questions regarding global warming for the private lawyers pushing lawsuits on behalf of California cities and counties – and about how President Donald Trump feels about blaming the energy industry for climate change.

Patient accuses Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital of improper care

SAN DIEGO — A patient is suing a major San Francisco hospital, alleging negligence and breach of duty.

Customer accuses Wal-Mart of false advertising

SAN FRANCISCO — A customer has filed a class action lawsuit against Wal-Mart, alleging false advertisement and unjust enrichment.

Man tries again at lawsuit alleging Synthes' surgical implant was defective

A Johnson & Johnson-owned company will face another lawsuit over a defective surgical implant device used to assist in the repair of broken bones after a man has amended his lawsuit, naming the company as the defendant responsible for his injuries nearly three years after the lawsuit began.

Policy holder alleges insurance company breached contract

SAN DIEGO — A policy holder is suing North American Life, alleging breach of an insurance policy contract.

Store clerk alleges Dollar Tree failed to pay proper wages

LOS ANGELES — A store clerk is suing Dollar Tree, alleging unpaid wages.

Disabled customer accuses Whittier property owner of disability discrimination

LOS ANGELES — A disabled California man who requires a wheelchair for mobility is suing a Whittier property owner, alleging disability discrimination.

Pennsylvania business seeks return of $625,000 in property deal

LOS ANGELES — A Pennsylvania company is suing a New York business, alleging breach of contract in a property transaction.

Loan customer accuses bank of violating TCPA

SACRAMENTO — A loan customer is suing a bank, alleging violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Consumer seeks to update credit report, remove alleged debt

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles County consumer is suing a debt collector, alleging misrepresentation in collection.

Disabled customer alleges Baldwin Park restaurant violated ADA standards

LOS ANGELES — A disabled customer is suing the owners of a Baldwin Park restaurant, alleging disability discrimination.

Passenger blames Princess Cruises for injuries

LOS ANGELES — A New Jersey passenger is suing Princess Cruises, alleging negligence in allowing a ship's stair to remain slippery, leading to injuries for the plaintiff.

British artist alleges greeting card company copied her designs without consent

LOS ANGELES — A British artist is suing a greeting card company, alleging copyright infringement.