Tag: Lawsuits

Private Attorneys General Act in Need of Reform

To identify flaws in the California Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA), reformers need look no further than comments from the state agency assigned to...

AB 51 Litigation Update: Court Grants CalChamber’s Request for TRO

United States District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller today issued a temporary restraining order enjoining enforcement of AB 51 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego), pending the court’s...

CalChamber Files Legal Challenge to AB 51

A coalition of businesses led by the California Chamber of Commerce has filed a legal challenge seeking to overturn a recently enacted California law...

CalChamber-Led Coalition Files Legal Challenge to Incoming Law Banning Arbitration Agreements Made as Condition...

On Friday, a coalition of businesses led by the California Chamber of Commerce filed a lawsuit to stop a new California law that precludes...

CalChamber Files Lawsuit to End Prop. 65 Warnings for Acrylamide

On behalf of its members, the California Chamber of Commerce yesterday filed a lawsuit to stop the multitude of Proposition 65 warnings for the presence...

CalChamber-Opposed Bill Will Increase Frivolous Litigation Against California Businesses

A California Chamber of Commerce-opposed bill allowing the Attorney General and private attorneys to sue taxpayers for perceived tax errors will be considered by...
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“A new year brings a new chance for reform.”

The Institute of Legal Reform captured this practice of looking back at events in the prior year by publishing its 2018 Top Ten Most...

Getting Hacked: Your Business Nightmare Could Turn Into a Trial Attorney’s Dream

Cyber crime is all over the news. Data breaches have become more prevalent as cyber criminals have become more sophisticated and aggressive. Even nation...