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  • December 02, 2022

    Ex-Chief Of Staff For LA County DA Lodges Retaliation Suit

    The former chief of staff for Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón has accused him of retaliating against her for flagging some of Gascón's directives and hires as illegal, according to a suit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

  • December 02, 2022

    Los Angeles City Council Approves 'Historic' Oil Drilling Ban

    The Los Angeles City Council on Friday voted to ban all oil drilling in the city, signing off on an ordinance that council members and community advocates praised as "historic," particularly for a city that owes much of its early development and growth to the oil and gas industry.

  • December 02, 2022

    Google Escapes Revised 'LockBox' Privacy Dispute For Good

    A California federal judge has permanently tossed a proposed class action accusing Google of using a secret program called "Android Lockbox" to unlawfully collect data from non-Google apps on Android devices, finding that the plaintiffs had failed to remedy pleading deficiencies that previously doomed their claims. 

  • December 02, 2022

    Harvey Weinstein's Fate In LA Rape Trial Goes To Jury

    A California jury began deliberations on rape and sexual assault charges against Harvey Weinstein on Friday after a prosecutor wrapped up rebuttal closing arguments by encouraging the jurors not to buy into the disgraced movie mogul's "magic" theory that eight accusers who don't know each other are all lying.

  • December 02, 2022

    Billing Contractor Must Fork Over Docs In Surprise-Billing Suit

    A California federal judge ordered billing contractor MultiPlan on Friday to fork over hundreds of documents it had previously withheld from discovery in a lawsuit brought by patients alleging their insurer lowballed them on out-of-network claim reimbursements, finding the company had waived all claimed protections in its privilege log.

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