Newly-Opened East Bay Park Closed After Neighbors File LawsuitAn East Bay park that opened to the public about two months ago has suddenly closed after neighbors who complained about traffic and parking filed a lawsuit.
Lawsuit Over Otter-Free Zone In SoCal Fishing Grounds RevivedA federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit by commercial fishermen that challenges the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s decision to do away with an otter-free zone in Southern California coastal waters.
Neighbors Fed Up With San Jose Apartment Complex Win Lawsuit Against LandlordNeighbors fed up with a landlord at a San Jose apartment complex are celebrating a legal victory this weekend.
Former Football Players Sue Stanford University, NCAA, PAC-12 Over Mishandled ConcussionsStanford football players are suing the university, NCAA and Pac-12 conference alleging they knew about concussion dangers, but did nothing.
'Stairway To Heaven' Trial Loser May Have To Pay $800KA recent Supreme Court decision about copyright cases may result in in Warner/Chappell having their legal fees covered...
10 States Sue Federal Government Over Transgender Restroom RulesTen states sued the federal government Friday over rules requiring public schools to allow transgender students to use restrooms conforming to their gender identity, joining a dozen other states in the latest fight over LGBT rights.
Antioch Police Accused Of Smothering Distressed Man To Death During ArrestA lawsuit alleging police misconduct in the death of a delirious man was filed against the city of Antioch and members of its police force.
Parents Sue To Overturn California’s New Vaccine RequirementsA lawsuit has been filed seeking to overturn California's strict new law requiring mandatory vaccines for school children.
Oakland Sued By Landlords Over Trash BillsA third of Oakland residents' trash bills go to the city, not the trash company. A grand jury report and a lawsuit suggest that's illegal.
Airbnb Sues San Francisco Over New Rules Imposed On CompanyAirbnb filed suit against San Francisco in federal court Monday over recently approved legislation requiring short-term rental companies to verify that hosts are registered with the city.
Judge Upholds Key Piece Of Evidence In Vallejo Kidnapping Case A federal judge in Sacramento Thursday upheld a key piece of evidence that led to the arrest of Matthew Muller for the high-profile kidnapping of a Vallejo woman in 2015.
Jury Finds Led Zeppelin Did Not Steal Riff For 'Stairway To Heaven'Los Angeles jury finds Led Zeppelin did not steal intro to rock epic 'Stairway to Heaven'