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Lawsuit also names Sackler family members as defendants. The family made billions off OxyContin and other drugs while creating millions of addicts.
Don’t abandon the country’s most vulnerable consumers, Herrera tells Mulvaney
Appellate court upholds SF law that prevents discrimination against Section 8 renters; Lembi-affiliated landlord, real estate broker must accept federal housing vouchers
Herrera called this ‘a major victory for California children and families’
Web-based rental car company refuses to get permit, pay fees, or follow traffic congestion rules, unlike all other ‘off-airport’ rental car companies operating at SFO
PG&E’s shoddy work resulted in a Casitas Avenue landslide that destroyed one home and damaged five others, leaving the city to foot the nearly $8 million bill
Company knew it had been hacked but didn’t alert consumers for six weeks
‘This is textbook extortion,’ court finds. Herrera wins on two key issues in the case.
Thousands of unwitting Hertz customers routinely charged $32.25 for a single bridge crossing. Case brought to counter long-standing problem and compensate victims.
The emails falsely claim to be sent by the S.F. City Attorney’s Office to collect on an overdue invoice
For decades, Lacayo & Associates defrauded clients with large fees for services they were neither qualified nor legally authorized to provide—risking clients’ immigration cases
Dismissal of energy drink company’s suit to block City Attorney Herrera’s consumer protection case is upheld by 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Herrera beats back motion by American Beverage Association to preliminarily enjoin San Francisco from enforcing health warnings on fixed ads for sugary beverages
Monster Beverage Corp. sued to block City Attorney investigation into its marketing of hyper-caffeinated energy drinks to children as young as six, despite known health risks
Statewide consumer protection action follows major federal court decision that the global charge card giant lawlessly restrained trade, flouted U.S. antitrust laws
City Attorney Herrera credits popular social network for mobile platforms with ‘leadership to resolve this litigation that’s worthy of its status as a market leader’
Baiting low-income taxpayers with small “refund anticipation loans,” tax-preparer Kebron Daniel pocketed fees of as much as $1,500 for loans as small as $50
California Art Institutes’ ownership to settle for $1.95 million; fund returning student and new student scholarships; and re-calculate graduation and job placement rate
Social network’s unlawful publication of minors’ profiles, photos and geolocation data has been used to victimize children as young as 13 years of age — and younger
After three years of hard‐fought litigation, S.F. City Attorney is ‘grateful that we’re now able to conclude this case with a measure of justice for the victims’