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Richard Montañez said the company's statements to the media denying his involvement in the creation of Flamin' Hot Cheetos hav...


A federal judge in Santa Ana was found to have erred in ordering the release of accused white supremacist Robert Rundo, who wa...



Millington has not shied away from imposing tough sentences, including life without parole for murder and mandatory sentences ...


On Saturday, Federal Defender Charles J. Snyder filed an application to delay the Aug. 6 trial to October on the basis that th...



Realtors update forms following DOJ questions

Jul. 18, 2024
By Skyler Romero

The revisions reflect changes stemming from a settlement agreement reached with the National Association of Realtors over its ...


Female athletes need to leverage the opportunities afforded by the new NIL landscape while they can, including building a bran...



The case centers on allegations that Build-A-Bear's "Skoosherz" product line infringes on Kelly Toys' popular Squishmallows.


AB 587, signed by Governor Gavin Newsom in 2022, requires companies with more than $100 million in gross annual revenues to fi...



Former federal prosecutor joins Foundation Law Group

Jul. 18, 2024
By Douglas Saunders Sr.

Stephen A. Cazares defended Ramesh "Sunny" Balwani, the former president of Theranos Inc.


Taxpayers often come out better if they don't represent themselves, even considering the cost of professional fees. F. Lee Bai...



A class of workers claim there was an antagonistic environment toward Black employees at the automaker's Freemont plant.


A Mission Housing subsidiary is accused of using joint funds to pay for costs associated with other properties it owned.



With hundreds of AI-related bills pending at the federal and state level, California businesses face great uncertainty related...


The panel questioned whether the law's provision requiring companies to complete a Data Protection Impact Assessment for each ...



Four of the appointments were made to the Los Angeles County court.


IDG Betel LLC et al. v. MHDC CA MGP III LLC

Jul. 17, 2024
By Wisdom Howell



IDG Betel LLC et al. v. MHDC CA MGP III LLC

Jul. 17, 2024
By Wisdom Howell


Other claims brought by homeless veterans against the federal government are set to be considered at trial next month.



The matter concerns the compensation structure used by The Cochran Firm for business that originates via its advertised teleph...


UC antisemitism cases draw on recent rulings

Jul. 17, 2024
By Craig Anderson

The cases regarding antisemitism at UC Berkeley and UCLA are at different stages, but plaintiffs in both actions are citing re...



Video gamers target Sega's arbitration agreement

Jul. 17, 2024
By Antoine Abou-Diwan

Lawyers for nearly 20,000 claimants have asked a Los Angeles court to enforce a previous arbitration agreement the company had...


San Francisco court unlawfully delayed misdemeanor trial

Jul. 17, 2024
By Antoine Abou-Diwan

"The Superior Court's use of COVID-19 as a reason to endlessly delay trials has always been unjust and harmful," Deputy Public...



The company is accused of failing to maintain adequate security measures, which allowed a hacker to compile lists of data belo...


The Shadow Docket enables politically or ideologically motivated justices to selectively prioritize cases that advance their p...



The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the Bankruptcy Code does not authorize a non-bankruptcy discharge that extinguishes clai...


There should be a voluntary retirement age of 75 for federal and state judicial officers, which would allow younger judges to ...



Daniel Stephen March is accused of mishandling funds from an estimated 40,000 to 60,000 clients of the Litigation Practice Gro...


Bill signing settles old disputes, sparks new one

Jul. 17, 2024
By Malcolm Maclachlan

Elon Musk on Tuesday cited one of the new laws as the "last straw" motivation for relocating his companies to Texas.



In one instance, Healy told people in court that one of them "reeks" of marijuana and needed a shower; court staff "later dete...


The Supreme Court ruling last month could give insurers even more say in Chapter 11 proceedings.