OLYMPIA, Wash. — An attorney who represents fishermen on the West Coast agreed with a California court decision that could shake up a planned exemption by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
BURLINGAME, Calif. — The Center for Individual Rights has filed suit on behalf of eight California teachers challenging the school district’s practice of making union membership and ascribed dues mandatory.
SACRAMENTO — The California insurance industry recently lost another battle against a law that protects consumers against excessive rate hikes when the California Court of Appeal upheld a lower-court ruling in a challenge brought by Mercury Casualty Co. and industry lobbying groups.
SAN DIEGO – A real estate agent says he did not give a Valencia company permission to call him and claims the company violated TCPA. Adding insult to injury; the company allegedly offered him a $200 gift card in exchange for contact information on one of his most recent clients.
SAN DIEGO — The Sweetwater Union High School District in Chula Vista, California, is putting the past behind it after receiving $8.2 million as part of a pay-to-play legal settlement involving two construction companies.
LOS ANGELES (Northern California Record) -- A Missouri doctor has agreed with a California state appeals court’s decision that he wasn’t qualified to opine on the general causation relationship between proton pump inhibitors like Nexium and bone fractures.