LA Judge Tosses Fraud Lawsuit Alleging Starbucks Cold Drinks Are Over-IcedA Los Angeles federal judge has tossed a lawsuit that alleged fraud because Starbucks used too much ice in its cold drinks, court papers show.
Porter Ranch Megachurch Sued By LA Councilman's Daughter Over Parking Structure CrashThe daughter of a Los Angeles city councilman is suing a Porter Ranch megachurch over their parking structure, where she was hurt in a crash.
Parents Sue Over Crash That Killed 'Star Trek' Actor Anton YelchinThe parents of "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin sued the makers of Jeep Grand Cherokees, claiming the company manufactured unsafe gear selectors that led to their son being crushed in his own driveway.
Los Angeles Jury Awards $16.3 Million In Construction DeathA Los Angeles jury has awarded $16.3 million to the family of a construction worker who fell to his death at a wastewater treatment plant.
Being Sued? Stay Cool, Calm & Collected With These 3 Consequential GuidelinesDo yourself and your small business a favor by not panicking, and adhering to these tips.
Woman Sues Construction Company For Allowing Man To Kill Himself By Jumping From Hi-Rise And Landing On Her CarThe suit was filed Thursday against Turner Construction by Donna Crockett and her husband Jamie Crockett.
Popular Mexican Singer Sues Wells Fargo Accusing 2 Former Employees Of Stealing $400K"They betrayed me," she said, "I didn't know what to do."
Prostitutes, Vegas Bachelor Parties Part Of DWP Scandal LawsuitThe LA Department of Water and power is adding allegations of conspiracy and fraud to its lawsuit against PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Hugh Hefner Seeks To Dismiss Case Filed By Cosby AccuserHugh Hefner's attorneys are asking a judge to dismiss the Playboy founder from a lawsuit filed by a woman who accuses Bill Cosby of abusing her at the Playboy Mansion in 2008.
Judge Rules Suit That Alleges Starbucks Underfills Its Lattes May Proceed, Report SaysA judge has ruled two Californians may proceed with their suit that alleges Starbucks, Corp. underfills its lattes, according to a published report.
Copyright Infringement Case Involving 'Stairway To Heaven' Continues In CourtPlaintiff's attorney Francis Malofiy, who had called Page to the stand as a hostile witness, asked if he had a gift with the guitar.
High-Speed Rail Lawsuit Delays Cost $63M, 17 MonthsCalifornia high-speed rail officials are signing a $63 million contract extension that also extends the deadline by 17 months for finishing a 29-mile stretch of rail line in the Central Valley.