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California man's auto-renewal case dismissed with prejudice

By Corinne Lincoln-Pinheiro | Apr 7, 2017

A Sacramento man sued an online IT training company under California’s Automatic Purchase Renewals Statute (CAPRS) and the Unfair Competition Law (UCL), but the case was dismissed for misinterpretation of the statute and failure to establish a legitimate right of action.

Punitive damages of $500,000 awarded In Lexus dealership's sexual harassment lawsuit

By Dawn Geske | Sep 13, 2016

MIDDLESEX, Mass. (Legal Newsline) – In an unusual measure, punitive damages were awarded in a workplace sexual harassment lawsuit against a car dealership for $500,000.

Spalding basketball lawsuit an example of class-action abuse, tort reform group says

By Nancy Crist | Jul 12, 2016

NEW YORK (Legal Newsline)—A class-action lawsuit alleging the Spalding Neverflat basketball does not perform as advertised is cited by a civil justice reform organization as an example of the judicial abuse it is fighting to change.

California resident accuses BrandRep Inc. of invasion of privacy

By John Putz | Jun 23, 2016

LOS ANGELES (Legal Newsline) – A Los Angeles man claims a nationwide online marketing company places nuisance phone calls.

Class action lawsuit claims debt collector revealed personal information

By Rich Rezler | Nov 20, 2014

Professional Claims Bureau, Inc. is the defendant in a class action lawsuit claiming it violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act by revealing debtor information.

Rayonier Inc. hit with securities class action lawsuit

By Legal News Line | Nov 19, 2014

A securities class action lawsuit was filed against Rayonier Inc. and members of executive team, alleging the company misrepresented its financial results between January and November of 2014.

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