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California Legal News - including court actions, law firms, and related California law news

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CA Legal and Law
California Legal News - including court actions, law firms, and related California law news

Virtual Law Partners Welcomes New Partners

PALO ALTO, Calif. /California Newswire/ -- Virtual Law Partners LLP (VLP) has announced that Brett Healy, Daniel Meyers, Gregory Kim, M. Sharon Webb and...

The Smart Marketing Group, Inc. Wins Case Against Publications International, Ltd.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- On February 6th 2009, a federal jury in Chicago returned a verdict against Publications International Ltd. (PIL) of Lincolnwood, Ill.,...

Guangdong Food Industry Institute / L&P Food Ingredients Vindicated by ITC for Sucralose Manufacturing

EXETER -- Guangdong Food Industry Institute (GDFII/L&P Food), a leading and first manufacturer of Sucralose in China, announced that today, Administrative Law Judge Charles...

Sucralose Manufacturer Confirms United States ITC Target Date Extension for Decision in Section 337 Patent Infringement

EXETER, Calif. -- Guangdong Food Industry Institute (GDFII/L&P Food), a leading manufacturer of sucralose, announces that Administrative Law Judge Charles E. Bullock of the...

California Court of Appeal Finds in Metrolink’s Favor

LOS ANGELES, Calif.-- Today the State appellate court decided in Metrolink's favor on a question important to Metrolink and commuter railroads across the country...

L.A. Lawyer Requests The U.N. and E.U. Impose Trade Sanctions on The U.S. and Arizona for Alleged Human Rights Violations

LOS ANGELES, Calif. and LONDON, England -- Los Angeles Attorney, Frederick A. Romero, a decorated United States Marine Corp. veteran, who has been awarded the Purple Heart medal and was previously honorably discharged as a sergeant, has requested the United Nations, European Union and Inter-American Commission on Human Rights to impose trade sanctions against the United States and to freeze U.S. assets abroad.

According to Loquvam Law, Most American’s Wealth is Lost by the Third Generation

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Loquvam Law, Southern California's premier estate planning law firm asserts that traditional "bare bones" estate planning has focused primarily on what happens after death and usually passes on financial wealth outright with no conditions or safeguards. Today's American families are realizing that these outdated, traditional estate planning methods are failing them and their families, and they are wanting a more holistic approach to deal with today's real life issues.

Federal Judge Issues $780K Damage Award and Injunction Against Alleged Cyber Pirate

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Cyber-Pirates beware: This week, SearchSystems.net, a highly regarded site for researching public records around the world, obtained a judgment of $780,000 in U.S. District Court (case C07-01918) against convicted Cyber-Pirate Mark Musselman and his website, courtsonline.org, it was announced today by Novo Law Group, P.C.

Former Pope of Pot, Christian Minister On Hunger Strike

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- In Los Angeles Superior Court today Judge Mary H. Strobel ruled from the bench that Minister Rubin of Temple 420 had to expose himself twice a month as part of his probation requirements. The minister of the Hollywood cannabis church offered to submit to a hair test stating, "I am not trying to avoid the responsibility of drug testing, I only want to have some human dignity by not having to expose myself to this gentlemen that is my probation officer."

Potential Republican Presidential Candidate Faces Seven Years in Jail

Craig Rubin in GQHOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- On August 16th 2005 Reverend Rubin announced that he'd be seeking the Republican Nomination for the office of President of the United States of America, with the publishing of his book "9021GROW" (ISBN: 0974711004). The opening line of the book prophetically stated that by the time you hear of the Rev. Craig Rubin, he'd either be in the White House or in jail. At the moment it is not hard to guess which scenario is most likely to happen: going to jail.

Friendster Founder’s New Website Socializr Threatened for Alleged Copyright Infringement

evite vs SocializrSAN FRANCISCO, Calif. -- Socializr, Inc. is a three person San Francisco startup founded by Friendster creator Jonathan Abrams. Ticketmaster, owner of event invitation service Evite, has threatened to sue upstart competitor Socializr for alleged copyright infringement.

Christianity ‘Not A Real Religion’ According to LAPD as Cannabis Church Files Complaint Against City of Angels

Henry Ford 1930sHOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- When Reverend Craig X Rubin was arrested at his house of worship he asked the lead LAPD officer for the special rights accorded to clergy under California Penal Codes 1524 and 1525, but was told by the officer that his Bible-based Judeo-Christian organization, that was recognized by the state of California, was "not practicing a real religion." Temple 420 is a registered religious organization with the State of California.

Authernative Granted EU Patent for User Authentication Method

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- Authernative, Inc., the developer of innovative user authentication and identity management technologies, announced today that the European Patent Office has granted the company its patent for a user authentication method.

Hollywood Judeo-Christian Cannabis Church Forced to Close – Arrested Reverend Claims Civil and Religious Rights Violated

Reverend Rubin aka General PharmerHOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- "Churches and Temples are no longer safe in America," says Reverend Craig X Rubin of Temple 420, who was arrested November 8, 2006, at his religious establishment by over one dozen heavily armed officers of the LAPD. "If they can do this to us, they can do it to any church that the government disagrees with." The Reverend known for his reoccurring role on Showtime's hit series "Weeds" said arresting officers did not treat Temple clergymen as required by California Penal Codes 1524 and 1525.

Payola: Call for All States to Take Record Companies to Court

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Writing in his "Communication Nation" column exclusively for Advertising Industry Newswire(TM), Scott G (recording artist THE G-MAN) makes a startling suggestion: 49 more states should sue the major record companies. Everyone in the music business knows that Universal Music Group will pay a $12,000,000 fine for illegal practices (commonly called payola). The charges were brought by Eliot Spitzer, Attorney General of the state of New York, and the money will go to... the state of New York.

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