Lawsuits Mount Against Troubled Millennium TowerMore lawsuits have been filed as homeowners, the developer and government agencies battle over San Francisco’s troubled Millennium Tower.
Hundreds Of Men Sue Pfizer Claiming Viagra Increases Risk Of MelanomaOver 200 men say the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra increased their risk of developing melanoma.
Lawsuits Allege Gilroy School District Failed To Protect Students From Sexual HarassmentTwo lawsuits filed Wednesday allege the Gilroy Unified School District failed to stop a former teacher from harassing students under his supervision.
Uber Agrees To Pay $84 Million, Keep Drivers Independent ContractorsUber agrees to pay $84 million to settle lawsuits and keep its drivers independent contractors instead of employees.
Businesses Could Avoid ADA Lawsuits With Proposed 90-Day Grace PeriodA measure sponsored by California representative Jerry McNerney could give businesses 90 days to correct Americans with Disabilities Act violations before a lawsuit could proceed.
Widow of American Military Contractor Killed by ISIS Files Lawsuit Against TwitterThe widow of an American military contractor killed in Jordan by ISIS last year filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Twitter, claiming that the San Francisco-based social media company allows terrorist groups to use its site to spread extremist propaganda.
California Supreme Court Approves Organic Labeling LawsuitsFederal law does not bar consumers from filing lawsuits under California law alleging food products are falsely labeled "organic," the state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
Governor Jerry Brown Fast-Tracks Environmental Review For Warriors Planned San Francisco ArenaThis limits the number of days courts would have to rule on any lawsuit contesting the arena’s environmental impact report.
San Francisco To Pursue Civil Charges Against Repeat Graffiti Vandals To Recover Cleanup CostsLegislation introduced by San Francisco Supervisor London Breed aiming to cut back on graffiti vandalism throughout the city was unanimously passed by the city’s Board of Supervisors.
Court Hears Lawsuits To Keep City College Of San Francisco AccreditedThe fight to keep City College of San Francisco open continued Thursday in a local courtroom where attorneys argued that the practices a regional commission used in deciding to revoke the school’s accreditation do not amount to proper due process.
Lawsuits Prompt Bay Area Sheriffs To Issue Concealed Weapons PermitsThe Bay Area has traditionally been a tough place to legally carry a concealed loaded gun. But that may be changing.
Tech Report: Lawsuits May Stop Increased Rollout Of Self-Driving Car Proponents of self-driving cars say the roads will be much safer once the cars are available. But, some are worried that the threats of lawsuits could put the brakes on their introduction.