Bestselling author Tess Gerritsen’s lawsuit over the 2013 film “Gravity” is flawed and must be amended if she wants to continue seeking millions in profits from the blockbuster, a federal judge has ruled.
Family members of two farm workers who died from suspected heat-related illnesses and a labor union have settled their lawsuits against California on the condition that the state do more to ensure laborers are safe when temperatures rise.
A woman in a wheelchair is suing American Airlines claiming she was forced to crawl up stairs without help to get onto a plane bound for Los Angeles International Airport.
Snoop Dogg sued Pabst Brewing Co. on Monday, claiming the beer-maker owes him a portion of its proceeds from the company’s sale to Oasis Beverages.
The lawsuit filed last week against the San Marino Unified School District in Los Angeles Superior Court alleges gender discrimination and seeks unspecified damages.
Amy Sulkis said she had to leave her job because of the stress.
A group of farmers and others in Central California’s Kern County is suing state officials and oil executives over contaminated underground water aquifers.
A local man is taking on the city of Inglewood in a vocal way as the city remains involved in a bitter legal battle with a number of its own citizens. The mayor of Inglewood is one of the key figures in the dispute, as the citizens and their attorneys say that this is an issue of free speech.
Randy Esada received a bill for more than $18,000.
“Plaintiff was immediately embarrassed, disgusted, humiliated and distraught,” the suit states.
Video of the dog being shot (at least four shots were fired) went viral and sparked international outrage.
Officials Tuesday announced a licensed cosmetologist is suing a nail salon that allegedly fired her after she became pregnant.
A mother says she’s suing an Inglewood instructor, two teacher’s aides, and a school district after she alleges that her son, who has special-needs, was slapped in class.
Therese Serignese, of Boca Raton, said her case, which had a brief hearing before a federal judge in Worcester on Thursday, is not about financial compensation.
A lawsuit set to be filed on behalf of workers at Los Angeles International Airport alleges that a Delta Airlines contractor has unlawfully instituted an “English Only” policy in the workplace.