San Francisco Officials Consider Suing Over Scooter ClutterThe increasing popularity of electric rental scooters popping up on sidewalks all over San Francisco has city officials mulling legal action against the scooter start-ups.
3 Facebook Messenger App Users File Lawsuit Over PrivacyThree Facebook Messenger app users have filed a lawsuit claiming the social network violated their privacy by collecting logs of their phone calls and text messages.
Asylum Seekers Held At Contra Costa Jail For Months Seek Bond HearingEsteban Aleman Gonzalez and Jose Gutierrez Sanchez have been in custody at the Contra Costa West County Detention Facility in Richmond since the fall of 2017.
Winner Take All? Not If Electoral College Critics Win CasesIt's a winner-take-all system used by 48 states that critics hope to have ultimately ruled unconstitutional.
Oakland To Pay $1M In Fees To Ex-Black Panther Leader Punched By CouncilwomanA judge is ordering the city of Oakland to pay about $1 million in attorneys' fees to a former leader of the Black Panthers who was injured after a councilwoman punched and pushed her.
Investors Sue Facebook Following Data Harvesting ScandalInvestors are suing Facebook in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which sent the company's value plunging almost $50 billion this week.
Court Sides With Marvin Gaye Family In 'Blurred Lines' FightA federal appeals court on Wednesday upheld a copyright infringement verdict against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams over the 2013 hit song "Blurred Lines."
San Mateo Jury Awards $2.3M To Ex-MLB Pitcher In Hand Injury LawsuitA jury has awarded $2.3 million to a former Major League Baseball pitcher injured after confronting a man high on LSD trying to break into his home.
Lawsuit Challenges Trump's Bid To End Temporary Protected StatusNine immigrants and five citizen children sued the administration of President Donald Trump in federal court in San Francisco Monday in a bid to end the termination of their permission to remain in the United States.
Justice Department Sues State Of California Over Sanctuary PoliciesThe U.S. Department of Justice late Tuesday filed suit against the state California over its sanctuary city policies and three laws that interfere with federal immigration law.
San Francisco Sues To Shut Down Notorious 'Silver Shack' Gambling DenCity Attorney Dennis Herrera filed a public nuisance lawsuit Monday, seeking to shutter a building in the Outer Mission District that has housed the notorious 'Silver Shack' gambling den.
Former Software Engineer Sues Google For Sexual HarassmentA former software engineer filed a lawsuit saying Google's so-called "bro culture" failed to protect her from "severe and pervasive abuse."

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