A San Mateo County Superior Court judge on Thursday decided to postpone a decision on how a lawsuit filed by victims of the pipeline explosion in San Bruno should proceed against PG&E.
Pacific Gas & Electric Co. said a court filing in response to lawsuits over the fatal San Bruno pipeline explosion was not intended to hold victims at fault in any way for the blast.
The utility company whose ruptured pipeline killed eight people in a massive explosion is seeking a jury trial to fight dozens of lawsuits, and part of its defense includes placing partial blame on some of the victims of the blast.
A county judge who will hear the dozens of civil lawsuits filed against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. after last year’s natural gas pipeline explosion in San Bruno says proceedings will get going later this summer.
The California Department of Real Estate is warning homeowners to be wary of solicitations asking them to join so-called “Mass Joinder” lawsuits against their lenders.
Consumers have filed lawsuits against more than a dozen national retail chains operating in California since the state Supreme Court ruled it’s illegal for clerks to ask customers for their ZIP codes.
Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis said Tuesday that he fined former coach Tom Cable $120,000 because of the strain on the organization from lawsuits involving Cable assaulting a former assistant coach and a former girlfriend.
Five wrongful conduct lawsuits have been filed against Pacific Gas and Electric Company following the San Bruno pipeline explosion.