Fed up: California restaurants seek booze, health fee refund By MICHAEL R. BLOOD LOS ANGELES (AP) — California’s financially battered restaurants filed government claims Monday to recover more than $100 million in fees for liquor and health permits and tourism charges that they say were assessed even though their businesses
SoCal Record | Prop 22 is expected to decide AB 5 and fate of Uber and Lyft drivers
KBK’s Brian Kabateck and Marina Pacheco co-wrote an article for Advocate Magazine discussing the impactful use of trial and pre-trial technology, especially during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Written by Brian Kabateck Record-breaking temperatures hit the Southern California region during the Labor Day weekend, with the city of Woodland Hills setting a record temperature of 121 degrees, the “highest official temperature ever recorded in L.A. County,” according to the National Weather Service. The extreme heat fueled multiple wildfires
NBC LA I-Team The company that operated the helicopter that crashed in Calabasas in January, killing Lakers legend Kobe Bryant and eight others, is fighting back against lawsuits over the tragedy, filing a suit of its own contending air-traffic controllers are to blame for the crash.
E*Trade Hit With Lawsuit After Investors Burned by Subzero Oil By Catherine Ngai – Bloomberg News One of the biggest U.S. brokerages has been hit with a class action lawsuit after the oil price crash in April led to hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses for its clients and
Class Action Claims E*Trade Failed to Warn About Risks From Oil Price Crash By Catherine Ngai One of the biggest U.S. brokerages has been hit with a class action lawsuit after the oil price crash in April led to hundreds of thousands of dollars in losses for its clients and
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (August 18, 2020)—Three plaintiffs have filed a class-action lawsuit in U.S. District Court against brokerage giant E*TRADE, claiming a software glitch trapped traders into small-size contracts when oil prices went negative for the first time in history. The unprecedented crash happened in the crude oil futures market
Injunction orders Uber and Lyft to employ drivers unless appealed in 10 days By Juliette Fairley Gig economy workers lost a major battle Monday when a San Francisco superior court judge ruled against two popular ride-sharing companies, ordering them to stop misclassifying drivers as freelancers. Uber and Lyft were sued
By Brian S. Kabateck The COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses across the nation to close due to state-mandated orders, completely changing the way they handled business. And just as they were beginning to reopen, riots and looting following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis left many businesses dealing with