SF Appeals Court Rules Plans For 3D-Printed 'Ghost Guns' Can Be Posted OnlinePlans for 3D-printed, self-assembled “ghost guns” can be posted online without U.S. State Department approval, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
Judge Issues Injunction Against Uber And Lyft, Says Drivers Are EmployeesIn a blow to Uber and Lyft, a judge in San Francisco ruled Monday that the ride-hailing companies must start classifying their drivers as employees in the state.
San Francisco Judge Won't Lift Injunction On Trump Sanctuary City OrderA federal judge in San Francisco Thursday denied a request by President Donald Trump’s administration to lift an injunction blocking the president’s executive order on sanctuary cities.
Oakland Apartment Building Residents Report Poor Conditions, BedbugsThe Oakland City Attorney’s office has secured an injunction against landlords of an East Oakland apartment building after residents said they are living in inhumane conditions.
Judge Blocks Proposed Merger Of Staples, Office DepotA judge's injunction issued Tuesday likely means Office Depot and Stapes will drop their $6.3 billion merger plan.
Oakland Dropping Controversial Gang Injunction; Included Curfew, Banned Wearing Certain ColorsOakland’s city attorney confirmed that they are dropping its controversial gang injunction with police chief Sean Whent in favor of the move. Alleged members
Black Sailing Group To Get Day In Court Seeking To Halt America's CupThe African Diaspora Maritime Corp. claims in a lawsuit filed in New York in 2011 that the Golden Gate Yacht Club, the host of this year’s race, unfairly denied it a chance to compete to be the American defender in the race.
Marin Oyster Farm Wins Injunction To Stay Open During AppealAn oyster farm in the Point Reyes National Seashore won an order from a federal appeals court in San Francisco Monday allowing it to stay open for the time being during its longer-term battle against closure.
Drakes Bay Oyster Co. Begins Final Appeal To Stay OpenThe fight over the government's demand that the Drakes Bay Oyster Company close up shop at the Point Reyes National Seashore heads Tuesday to a final appeal to the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
East Bay Petroleum Firm To Pay $3 Million In Enviromental SuitMore than a dozen district attorneys and the state attorney general said Contra Costa-based Golden Gate Petroleum Corporation violated a number of laws involving underground storage tank systems.
Preliminary Injunction Issued Against 5 Alleged Oakland Gang MembersA judge issued a preliminary injunction Friday against five alleged Norteno gang members in Oakland’s Fruitvale district but delayed a ruling on 35 other reputed members.
Judge Denies Bid To Stop Oakland Jonestown Memorial Dedication A judge denied a bid Thursday for a preliminary injunction that would have blocked the formal unveiling of a memorial at an Oakland cemetery that commemorates the 918 victims of the mass suicide at Jonestown in Guyana in 1978.
Judge Strikes Legal Blow Against San Francisco Housing AuthorityA judge's ruling could threaten the San Francisco Housing Authority's future use of injunctions to keep people with criminal pasts away from public housing projects.
Judge Hears Arguments Over Jonestown Memorial In OaklandA judge said Wednesday he would decide quickly whether to grant an injunction blocking the dedication of a controversial memorial dedicated to those who died in the mass suicide at Jonestown in Guyana in 1978.
Closer Look: Gang Injunctions Over The YearsThe legality and the effectiveness of gang injunctions are being tested in Oakland. Around 40 gang members have been named in a proposed injunction that covers the city’s Fruitvale district.