In category: Cases

Ms. Martinez, a blind entrepreneur, sought to file a form in person at Alameda County’s Clerk-Recorder’s Office (“CRO”). While there, Ms. Martinez sought an auxiliary aid or service to assist her in making CRO-required corrections to her Fictitious Business Name Statement (“FBN”) so it could be contemporaneously filed during her visit, a common practice for […]

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In category: Cases

This is a qui tam action against Conduent Incorporated, Conduent State & Local Solutions, Inc. , and US eDirect, Inc. to recover damages, civil penalties, and attorneys’ fees and costs on behalf of California for the Defendants’ violation of the California False Claims Act, Government Code sections 12651(a)(1), (a)(2), and (a)(8), in connection with a […]

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In category: Announcements

TRE Legal Practice (TRE) and Disability Rights Advocates (DRA) filed a disability rights lawsuit in California State Court against the California Department of Insurance (CDI) for its failure to ensure the accessibility of its licensing exam for insurance agents to blind applicants. The lawsuit also includes claims against PSI Services, the private entity that CDI […]

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