The family of a six-year old killed in a San Francisco crosswalk New Year’s Eve plans to sue ride share company Uber for wrongful death, according to the New York Times.
“…it’s like messing with a gang.” – Bay Area comedienne Anjelah Johnson on Raiderette Lawsuit
A member of the Oakland Raiderettes cheerleading squad sued the football team in Alameda County Superior Court Wednesday, alleging that the club is in “flagrant violation” of an array of California wage and employment laws.
A group of 100 passengers who were aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214 that crash landed at SFO Airport last July, are suing Boeing, the company that builds the 777 jetliner.
Social media is under fire. Just days after Snapchat users’ data was released, Facebook is under fire for allegedly misusing private messages.
Unions representing San Jose city employees and Mayor Chuck Reed claimed victory following a judge’s ruling on a pension reform measure approved by voters last year.
An Oakland man filed a federal civil rights lawsuit on Tuesday against a Concord police officer for an alleged case of road rage that led to a broken arm.
Bay Area Rapid Transit’s two biggest unions announced Tuesday morning that they were filing a lawsuit contesting the agency board’s vote that approving the tentative labor agreement without a controversial family-leave provision.
The Bay Area has traditionally been a tough place to legally carry a concealed loaded gun. But that may be changing.
A Santa Clara jury that found three schoolgirls and their parents liable for defaming a Catholic school teacher they branded as a “perv,” is about to decide how much one of the students should pay in punitive damages.