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Latest News in California

  • January 18, 2019

    Arent Fox Nabs Ex-CFPB Enforcement Pro In San Francisco

    A former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enforcement attorney and go-to expert for financial services litigation has joined Arent Fox LLP's complex litigation practice as a partner at the firm's San Francisco office, the firm said.

  • January 18, 2019

    Qualcomm Exec Says Google, FTC Deal Was Royalties Model

    A Qualcomm executive took the stand Friday during a California federal bench trial over the Federal Trade Commission's allegations the company's "no license, no chips" practice violates antitrust laws, testifying that it modeled its standard-essential patent process after Google's 2013 consent decree with the FTC.

  • January 18, 2019

    Costco Can’t Toss Non-Calif. Plaintiffs In Hep. A Berry Suit

    A California federal judge has denied Costco Wholesale Co. Inc.'s bid to dismiss non-California plaintiffs from a class action over a frozen berry mix that allegedly started a hepatitis A outbreak, saying the company can't raise that defense after several years participating in the suit.

  • January 18, 2019

    Movie Studios Call VidAngel's Fair Use Bid 'Utter Nonsense'

    Disney and a half dozen other movie studios urged a California federal judge Friday to find that streaming service VidAngel can't rely on fair use principles to defend its practice of distributing family-friendly edits of their films online, calling VidAngel's defense against their infringement claims "utter nonsense."

  • January 18, 2019

    Avenatti Slammed For 'Tactical' DQ Bid In Fee Fight

    Lawyers attempting to collect on a bankruptcy court judgment against attorney and Trump antagonist Michael Avenatti told a California federal court that Avenatti’s bid to disqualify them from the $10 million suit is a delay tactic that would allow him to move assets around while the case is pending.

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