Articles Tagged With ‘Lawsuits’


a claim or dispute brought to a court of law for adjudication.



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SLO Woman sues Chipotle over racist remarks

A woman who worked at Chipotle restaurant in San Luis Obispo filed a lawsuit that claims her former boss subjected her to racist discrimination for years. Janeka Samuels, a black woman, was fired in Oct.... (Continue reading)

Cal Fire sues local foundation

Cal Fire filed a lawsuit against the Hind Foundation this week for $2.5 million, the cost of putting out a fire that was started by a mower in 2012 in the Santa Margarita area. The... (Continue reading)

State Bar temporarily disbars Paso Robles attorney

By KAREN VELIE Following multiple complaints of professional misconduct, the State Bar of California ordered Paso Robles attorney Dale Gustin’s license to practice law inactive on June 30. Gustin’s latest issue stems from allegations he... (Continue reading)

Appellate court approves of Atasacadero Walmart

The California Second District Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling that the city of Atascadero complied with environmental laws in its approval of the construction of a Walmart superstore. In June 2012, the Atascadero... (Continue reading)

Dystiny Myers suit dismissed as skull returns to family

The San Luis Obispo County District Attorney’s Office has agreed to return the skull of murder victim Dystiny Myers to the family of the deceased runaway teen. In March, Myers’ family sued the county over... (Continue reading)

SLO residents sue Cal Poly over dorm plan

A group of San Luis Obispo residents has sued the California Statue University Board of Trustees over Cal Poly’s plan to construct a dormitory next to a residential neighborhood. The residents, who have dubbed themselves... (Continue reading)

Grover Beach man battling pervs-in-park laws

A Grover Beach man, who is a registered sex offender, has filed several claims against California cities which have enacted strict laws for where sex offenders can visit. [OC Register] More than 70 cities have... (Continue reading)

Is SLO’s vehicle sleeping ban unconstitutional?

By KAREN VELIE Amid a federal appellate court ruling Thursday that struck down a Los Angeles law that prohibits homeless from sleeping in their vehicles, San Luis Obispo homeless advocates are waiting to see how... (Continue reading)

Oxnard pays $6.7 million to settle to police gunning of innocent man

The city of Oxnard will pay $6.7 million to the family of an innocent man police shot repeatedly and killed in October 2012. [KEYT] Alfonso Limon was walking home with his brother from a workout... (Continue reading)

Excelaron $6 billion lawsuit appeal headed for court

After a San Luis Obispo County Superior Court judge’s dismissed a more than $6 billion lawsuit filed against the county because the suit was not served on the defendant within a 90-day deadline, oil company... (Continue reading)



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