A jury has completed its first full day of deliberations in a copyright infringement case in which Marvin Gaye’s family claims the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” copied their father’s music.
Singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams lied about how they crafted the 2013 hit “Blurred Lines” and should be financially punished for using music by Marvin Gaye, a lawyer for the late singer’s family told a jury Thursday.
Derrick Lavasseur beat runner-up Cody Califiore by a vote of 7-2.
Jurors awarded about $18 million in damages to Giants fan Bryan Stow in a verdict that found negligence of the Dodgers organization caused “substantial harm” to Stow.
A Riverside County judge Tuesday declared a mistrial after jurors failed to come to a verdict in the trial of a former police officer who reportedly blinded a woman with pepper spray.
Enoch Clark is charged with using excessive force against motorist Monique Hernandez during a traffic stop in February 2012 that led to her drunk driving arrest.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said he “strongly but respectfully disagrees” with a $12 million jury award given to five former police recruits.
Five former Los Angeles Police Department recruits were each awarded more than $2 million by a jury who found they were wrongfully denied temporary city jobs while recovering from police academy training injuries.
Vicente Bojorquez was found guilty of six counts of lewd acts upon a child under age 14.
An Orange County jury has acquitted a former hospital worker of charges that he drugged and sexually assaulted a woman in her hospital bed.
A jury has awarded more than $3.5 million to three Orange County police officers who claimed they were denied promotions because they are Latino.
A California jury has awarded a woman $5.4 million after finding that she was raped in the restroom of a West Hollywood nightclub by an employee of the establishment.
A 66-year-old Los Angeles man who claimed he was harassed and discriminated against at his job at a Staples store has been awarded $26 million by a jury, according to reports.
Michael Leach, who had worked for USC for 16 years until the age of 73, filed suit against the university after he was let go in February 2012.
A jury Thursday acquitted a Los Angeles Superior Court judge of misdemeanor battery in connection to a dispute over the disposal of dog waste.