SAN FRANCISCO — An Oakland medical marijuana dispensary that’s been billed as the largest pot shop on the planet is
being targeted for closure by federal prosecutors in Northern California.
Harborside Health Center spokeswoman Gaynell Rogers said U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag’s office has threatened to seize the
property where the popular dispensary has operated since 2006 as well its sister shop in San Jose.
Rogers says employees found the complaints taped to doors at [...]
The longest foreplay, well except what they have going on over in Europe these days, is now over:
STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA, FILES FOR BANKRUPTCY COURT PROTECTION
Let’s see: this week we have had official insolvency filings from Spain’s banks, Cyprus, now Stockton, and rumors that Slovenia is next. It also appears that Spain and Italy do not want to be “fake” bailed out unless they are “for real” bailed out. Things are certainly [...]
Justice never tasted so good.
A disgruntled mother’s quest make Nutella pay for advertising their hazelnut spread as a ‘nutritious’ part of a ‘healthy breakfast’ has yielded millions in rewards.
Ferrero U.S.A. Inc., an affiliate of Nutella’s Italian-based parent company, has to pay $4 to EVERY person who purchased a jar of their chocolate treat between January 1, 2008 and February 3, 2012 in the entire country United States, a California court has [...]
A $260 million sex-slave lawsuit against American Apparel founder Dov Charney has been thrown out of court after a Brooklyn judge found the parties had already agreed to arbitration in California.
Irene Morales, 21, claimed the CEO held her captive in his Manhattan pad and forced her to perform sex acts on him, in a lawsuit filed a year ago.
But Justice Bernadette Bayne tossed the case from court and ruled that the allegations [...]
Coca-Cola and Pepsi said Friday they have lowered levels of a chemical in caramel coloring to comply with a California law, but insisted the drinks pose no health risks and recipes will not change.
The move allows the companies to avoid having to label products with a cancer warning due to what the health-conscious west coast state has ruled are high levels of 4-methylimidazole, shown to cause cancer in [...]
Apple just sued Samsung in a California court over alleged patent infringement. The offending product, according to Apple: the Galaxy Nexus, the world’s first phone to run Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich.”
If successful in its lawsuit, Apple could block the phone from being sold in the U.S., Reuters reports.
The story may sound familiar. Apple and Samsung have sued or are suing each other in more than 10 different countries — from Australia to Germany — over supposed patent [...]
From Eric Peters Autos:
Heather Peters (no relation to this writer) just won her lawsuit against Honda over what she argued were misleading claims about the gas mileage she’d get out of her then-new 2006 Civic hybrid. She was awarded $9,867 in compensation, the maximum amount she could have been awarded in small claims court.
Now comes the deluge.
Because while Peters’ $9k judgment is small potatoes, the fact that she succeeded could [...]
Should public school officials have the right to prevent students from wearing pro-American garb on Cinco de Mayo?
This question has been at the heart of a California court battle between the Morgan Hill Unified School District and students who were told by a principal and assistant principal that they could not wear American flag t-shirts on the Mexican holiday back in 2010.
Following the incident, a lawsuit against the district was [...]
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) on Tuesday nominated University of California law professor Goodwin Liu to sit on the state Supreme Court.
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