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Judge voids ballot measure banning safe drug injection sites

A King County judge has voided a ballot measure that would have banned safe injection sites for drug users. Superior Court Judge Veronica Alicea Galvan ruled Monday that Initiative 27 … Click to Continue »

Judge Blocks Anti-Safe Consumption Site Measure from February Ballot

2 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

A win for public health advocates. by Heidi Groover SPENCER PLATT/GETTY A ballot measure banning safe consumption sites will not appear on the February ballot. King County Superior Court Judge Veronica Galvan ruled today that the initiative exceeds the scope of local initiative authority and cannot go to the ballot. Show More Summary

Judge Denies Bond For Massage Therapist Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Clients

A D.C. Superior Court judge Lynn Leibovitz said that even with a tracking device, Habtamu Gebreslassie is considered a threat to his victims and others in the region. [ more › ]

Ferndale pleads not guilty to child molestation, rape

A Ferndale man accused of 10 counts of child sex crimes involving five children pleaded not guilty in Whatcom County Superior Court. The Bellingham Herald reports that 41-year-old Mark Courtenay … Click to Continue »

Judge chastises DOJ attempt to collect info on Inauguration Day protesters

The Superior Court of Washington, D.C. handed another win to digital privacy advocates earlier this week, chiding the Department of Justice along the way. Chief Judge Robert Morin set more limitations on the DOJ's attempt to vacuum up...Show More Summary

‘Flawed’ gas tax ballot title and summary shows need for reform

Late last month, Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Timothy Frawley admonished state Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s mischaracterizing of an initiative put forward by Assemblyman Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach, to repeal the recently enacted gas tax increases as “flawed” and potentially “misleading” to voters. Show More Summary

Former Hanford manager gets $8M jury award for retaliation

A former manager at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation has been awarded $8.1 million for retaliation and discrimination. A Benton County Superior Court jury made the award Tuesday to Julie Atwood, … Click to Continue »

Vermont governor names prosecutor, lawyer as new judges

The top criminal prosecutor in the Vermont attorney general's office is going to become a Superior Court judge. The appointment of John Treadwell was announced Friday by Republican Gov. Phil … Click to Continue »

Trial in a lawsuit challenging San Juan Capistrano’s approval of 102-room hotel remains on hold

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO A hotel developer’s lawsuit challenging the city’s 2016 approval of a rival hotel is on hold, again. Trial was to take place in Orange County Superior Court on Friday, Oct. 6, in developer Bill Griffith’s lawsuit, which seeks to overturn the City Council’s approval of Kimpton Hotel Capistrano. Griffith, meanwhile, is seeking […]

Lawsuit by Subway pitchman Fogle's ex-wife thrown out by judge

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Judge Matthew Kincaid of the Boone County Superior Court said in an order dated Tuesday that he lacked jurisdiction to hear Kathleen McLaughlin's claims against Subway and its parent company, Doctor's Associates Inc. Kincaid said this...Show More Summary

Scope of Expert Testimony in a Medical Malpractice Action Reviewed

last weekIndustries / Law : Tort Talk

In its recent decision in the case of James v. Albert Einstein Medical Center, 2017 Pa. Super. 293 (Pa. Super. Sept. 12, 2017 Blatt, Dubow, and Ransom, J.J.) (Op. by Blatt, J.), the Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the entry of a verdict in favor of a Defendant in a medical malpractice action. Show More Summary

Court commissioner disciplined for abusive behavior toward interpreter

The state’s judicial disciplinary agency reprimanded a longtime Alameda County Superior Court commissioner Wednesday for insulting and cursing at a court interpreter and allowing staff members to make racist and sexist comments in his courtroom. It was the third time the Commission on Judicial Performance had publicly disciplined Mark Kliszewski. Show More Summary

Marlborough School settles case with former student who was impregnated by her English teacher

Marlborough School has reached a settlement agreement with Chelsea Burkett, 33, who was impregnated by an English teacher when she was a student there. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael P. Linfield presided over the agreement, whose details have been sealed under a confidentiality...

Marlborough School settles case with former student who was impregnated by her English teacher

Marlborough School has reached a settlement agreement with Chelsea Burkett, 33, who was impregnated by an English teacher when she was a student there. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael P. Linfield presided over the agreement, whose details have been sealed under a confidentiality...

S.F. sues Richmond District massage parlor, alleging illicit activity

San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera has sued the owners of a Richmond District massage parlor, accusing them of operating a brothel. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in San Francisco Superior Court, was announced at the same time as...Show More Summary

140Law: Legal Headlines for the week of October 2, 2017

Here are our leading legal headlines for the week of October 2, 2017 from Wise Law on Twitter: Ontario Superior Court warns federal government it ‘desperately’ needs more judges | Toronto Star Former US Rep. Anthony Weiner sentencedShow More Summary

Cher accuses billionaire doctor Patrick Soon-Shiong of stock sale fraud. She sold willingly, suit defendants say

Performer Cher filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, alleging that Los Angeles billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong and others duped her into selling her shares in a promising drug company at a fraction of the stock’s value. In January 2016, Cher sold her shares in a Florida-based...

Hollywood Legend’s ‘Feud’ Lawsuit Wins Court Approval

A lawsuit by legendary actress Olivia de Havilland against FX over the treatment of her character in the series “Feud: Bette and Joan” was approved today by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge, Deadline reports. FX had sought to have...

FX Fails To Get Olivia De Havilland’s Lawsuit Dismissed

FX filed a Motion to Dismiss a lawsuit brought against the company by actress Olivia de Havilland, and today, a judge in the Los Angeles Superior Court struck that motion down. The Honorable Holly W. Kendig determined that the prosecution had sufficient evidence to pursue the claim that within the ... More »

Ellen Pao on her gender discrimination suit: ‘If I didn’t do it, then who would?’

Ellen Pao leaves San Francisco Superior Court Civic Center Courthouse during a lunch break in her court case on March 25, 2015. Pao is the author of a new book, “Reset: My Fight for Inclusion and Lasting Change.” File Photo by REUTERS/Stephen...Show More Summary

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