A jury has awarded a Monterey Park, Calif. police sergeant and his wife $2.23 million after he was injured in a 2009 crash involving an Athens Services truck.
Fry’s Electronics, which operates 17 stores in California, will pay $2.3 million to settle sexual harassment and retaliation complaints arising from incidents at a store in Washington. The EEOC had charged the company with tolerating harassment of a young salesperson and firing a supervisor for standing up for her.
A jury has found a Los Angeles police officer used excessive force when he handcuffed a partially paralyzed man tightly enough to cause nerve damage in the man’s wrist.
The parents of a 14-year-old girl have filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that the makers of the popular beverage Monster Energy were guilty of fraudulent concealment and negligence in marketing the drink to their child.
The Justice Department can intervene in a disability lawsuit filed against the Law School Admission Council, according to an order issued by a federal judge in California.
California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris has announced a settlement with one of the state’s largest health insurers over allegations that the company failed to protect the personal information of its members.
California Gov. Edmund Brown, Sr. has declined to sign into law a bill that would have allowed judges to recognize more than two parents after a consideration of the child’s best interests.
For all the political debate over immigration, the legal issue in In re Sergio C. Garcia on Admission is quite narrow.
The main question is whether a federal law that prevents undocumented immigrants from receiving “public benefits” including a “professional license … by an agency of the state … or by appropriated funds of a state or local government” applies to the granting of a law license.
A federal jury has handed down the latest multimillion-dollar verdict against the Los Angeles Police Department, finding officers were “malicious” and excessive when they shot a mentally ill woman and then used a stun gun on her.
A jury has ordered the city of Los Angeles to pay $5.7 million to a man who was shot and paralyzed by police after he fled the scene of a gang shooting.