The Los Angeles Police Department’s effort to equip officers with body cameras has run up against an unlikely obstacle: the ACLU of Southern California.
Nestle SA was sued in Los Angeles on Thursday over allegations that its Fancy Feast cat food contains fish from a Thai supplier that uses slave labor.
“We have come to learn that they have drivers who are convicted sex offenders, identity thieves, burglars, kidnappers, and a convicted murderer, and this is just in LA alone,” said the San Francisco DA.
Actress Shannen Doherty revealed in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that she has been diagnosed with breast cancer.
If you used a phone in the city of Los Angeles between October of 2005 and March of 2008, you might have some cash coming to you.
Cal Poly Pomona must now pay a costly settlement after a student sued the school over being told he could not hand out pamphlets without a permit.
Lawsuits over a 2013 helicopter crash that killed three men during the filming of a reality television show for the Discovery Channel have been settled, court records show.
Donald Sterling, former owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, has filed a lawsuit against former companion V. Stiviano and the website TMZ.com over the release of a recorded conversation in which Sterling made racially charged comments.
The lawsuit accuses Nick Gordon of giving Brown a “toxic cocktail” and putting her face-down in water.
Bill Cosby has been ordered to give a sworn deposition in October in a lawsuit filed by a woman who claims she was sexually assaulted by the comedian at the Playboy Mansion in 1974, when she was 15 years old, attorney Gloria Allred said Wednesday.
The family of a mentally ill homeless man killed by Los Angeles police on Skid Row sued Wednesday, contesting officers’ claim that the man reached for one of their guns and calling it “a classic case of abuse of power and deadly force.”
The family of a San Fernando woman has filed suit alleging that a funeral home buried the woman in the wrong grave, at the wrong time, and in the wrong cemetery.
A federal judge has ruled California taxicab companies can sue competitor Uber over advertising statements that it offers the safest rides on the road.
The jury found that Rite Aid acted in malice when they fired him in 2013.
A Southern California water district voted Wednesday night to accept Tom Selleck’s offer of more than $21,000 to settle a lawsuit accusing the “Magnum, P.I.” star of taking water he wasn’t entitled to for his 60-acre ranch.