The struggling bakery can't really afford this trouble, but here it is.
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The same Panda Express location was sued last year in a wrongful termination case.
The latest in pay-to-play claims against Yelp come from Texas.
The Cyrus team has had enough of the hotel's attempts to evict them.
The plaintiffs claim that Wayfare Tavern turned out to be "substantially similar."
The case against the company needs more evidence, but the judge left the door open for an amended complaint to be filed.
A judge found in favor of Poggio, and its owner, Mindel, in a landlord dispute.
Remember the guy who single-handedly shuttered Chile Lindo? He's back.
The judge said the plaintiffs should have had a "reasonable expectation" that there'd be hot garlic butter involved.
• A Fresno beef company has recalled ground beef for the second time this year, due to salmonella concerns. [USA Today] • Wine bar Dell'Uva will have to wait til next week for a vote on whether it can have...
The new restaurant won't be forced to change its name, but seriously what did it do with all that advertising money?
New restaurant is already mired in a battle with the still-shuttered original of the same name.
The still-closed Original Joe's hasn't set a reopening date, but its owners are fighting for exclusive rights to the name.
The warring family members settled their beef in court and in secret.
• An Albertson's check-out clerk who urinated on herself when a supervisor refused to let her take a bathroom break is due $200,000, a court found. [SF Chronicle] • Spilled milk cartons littered a 25-mile stretch of Highway 680 near...
• With salmon populations dwindling, trout is the hottest fish going right now. [SF Chronicle] • The City of Richmond banned plastic foam takeout containers. [CoCo Times]...