On July 16, 2015, Orange County Superior Court Judge Peter Wilson denied Kaiser's Motion to Compel Arbitration in a significant case where the plaintiff alleges he was sexually fondled at a Kaiser facility in 2014. More about the case specifics can be found at Courthouse News Service. A copy of the tentative ruling can be found here. Plaintiff argued that the alleged enrollment agreement was invalid under Cal. Health & Safety Code § 1363.1 and that any agreement to arbitrate, if it existed, ended when the coverage termination in 2006. The Court agreed with Plaintiff that the confusing language and small font in the alleged arbitration clause was not prominently displayed or written in "clear and understandable language." Kristensen Weisberg will always fights purported arbitration agreements for our clients' interests.
Have you been robo called from (310) 862-0185 claiming they will boost your website and they worked with Google, Yahoo and Bing?! The company claims they are SEO Link and based on Orange County. If they have contacted you on your cell phone, without prior express consent, it likely violates the TCPA. Please send us any information you have at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will see if you have a case.
On June 30, 2015, Kristensen Weisberg, LLP filed a lawsuit on behalf of Evan Asano @evanasano for libel per se against a company who made vile false comments about Mr. Asano in response to a negative Yelp! review. Yelp! is not a defendant. Shegun Joseph Olora is the defendant in the Complaint that can be downloaded here. Olaro allegedly owns Pure-r Space. In response to a negative review, Olaro posted a scathing response, which was false. The review and response are below: The case is currently pending in Los Angeles Superior Court. That is Mr. Asano surfing in his Yelp! Avatar.