With so many businesses either closing down or taking a serious hit due to the current pandemic crisis, we are left asking the inevitable questions, “Are there any businesses out there who are actually thriving in all of this? If there are, how are they doing it?” Few businesses have managed to become examples of…

Stagecoach robberies are quite literally an American past time. Ironically as the face of stagecoaches across the nation, Wells Fargo has unerringly done a great deal to preserve that tradition and is once more being reprimanded for admittedly stealing millions of dollars in bank account fees over the course of almost 15 years from loyal…

Big business is driving the bus, and it has a firm grip on the wheel. The third and fourth largest wireless carriers in the nation, T-Mobile and Sprint, are closing in on their deal to combine companies after a winning lawsuit decision in their favor. This past Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Victor Marrero denied…

The National Rifle Association has been issued a cease-and-desist for their selling of a liability insurance policy to gun owners in California. The order came from state Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones due to the NRA not holding a license for marketing or negotiating insurance policies in the state. The policies, referred to by some as…

A number of employers will be on the hook for compensation which has until now been deemed too negligible to account for. In this case it was Starbucks defending their current practices, but the verdict opens the door to lawsuits with many employers across the state. The case (Troester v. Starbucks) was brought forward by…

Fullerton Pacific Interiors, a drywall subcontractor based out of Fullerton, has been fined almost $2 million for cheating their workers out of wages. The company is controlled by a family that has a history of shady practices. Operations are managed by Alberto Mordoki who, along with his wife Mirella Mordoki, was prohibited “from participating in…

The California Supreme Court just unanimously ruled to narrow which workers a business may define as independent contractors. The landmark case was brought forth by a driver for Dynamex, a delivery service that operates nationwide. Prior to 2004 Dynamex drivers were employees, but the company decided to alter their classification to independent contractors in order…

February 26, 2018 As 2017 winds down, the traditional retail industry closes out a troubled year with a robust holiday shopping season. Even so, predictions for 2018 look bleak at best for brick-and-mortar stores. The strong finish might not be enough to save struggling retailers. The new year could bring more of the same when…

December 23, 2017 In a defamation lawsuit in October 2017, three men received a $274 million verdict from a New Hampshire jury after a radio talk show host and his associate claimed that the trio was dealing in weapons and heroin. In addition to radio shows, the defendant took out politically charged billboards and posted…

September 10, 2017 On June 5, 2017, an Orange County jury awarded $2 million in damages in the personal injury lawsuit to the granddaughter of late televangelists Paul and Jan Crouch, co-founders of Trinity Broadcasting Network. The jury awarded 24-year-old Carra Crouch $1 million for past emotional damage and $1 million for future pain and…

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