california

Parents Say ‘Smart Sock’ Monitor Doesn’t Work, Burns Babies

Two California mothers launched a proposed class action in Utah federal court on Friday alleging Owlet Baby Care Inc. misleadingly marketed a “Smart Sock” baby monitor that didn’t accurately track infants’ heartbeats or oxygen levels and sometimes burned their feet…

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Liberty Needn’t Cover School District’s Assault Suit Defense

Liberty Surplus Insurance Corp. doesn’t have to cover legal defense costs racked up by a California school district during a suit over an incident in which a construction worker molested a 13-year-old student while working at a middle school, a Golden State federal court has said…

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9th Circ. Lifts Block On ‘Remain In Mexico’ Migrant Policy

The Ninth Circuit on Friday temporarily lifted a California federal court’s order that earlier in the week halted the Trump administration’s policy of pushing asylum-seekers crossing the southwestern border back into Mexico while they await decisions on their immigration cases…

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Atty-Turned-Writer Accuses CAA Of Swiping Legal TV Show

An ex-prosecutor who came up with the idea for a television series about a fictionalized U.S. Department of Justice lodged a suit Tuesday in California state court alleging his agents at Creative Artists Agency LLC stole the concept and helped their more powerful clients shop it…

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