San Diego Reader Posts Story on BBG’s Swiss Connections

August 17, 2011

For more information, check out this link: http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2011/aug/10/citylihgts1-swiss-connection/

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Another Significant Appellate Court Victory

July 25, 2011

On July 25, 2011, the California Supreme Court in Ardon v. City of Los Angeles unanimously ruled that taxpayers could sue a municipality using the class action device for refunds of local taxes that had been illegally collected. The decision reversed a Court of Appeal decision that found only individuals could sue for relief and […]

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Ninth Circuit Issues Important Ruling

July 20, 2011

In Beeman v. Anthem, the Ninth Circuit ruled yesterday in a published decision that a claim on behalf of California pharmacists for violation of Civil Code Section 2527 against numerous pharmaceutical benefit manager companies, known as PBMs, was not barred under the First Amendment, upholding a decision by the Hon. Virginia A. Phillips that had […]

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More Information on the Blue Cross Settlement

June 22, 2011

Anthem Blue Cross Settles Policy Closure Action Share us on:TwitterFacebookLinkedInBy Martin Bricketto Law360, New York (June 21, 2011) — Anthem Blue Cross has agreed to settle a class action in California state court from consumers who accused the insurer of closing certain coverage policies without providing them with legally required options and notices, a group […]

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Important Relief Provided To Consumers For Blue Cross

June 21, 2011

Anthem settles suit involving 120K policyholders By SHAYA TAYEFE MOHAJER Associated Press Posted: 06/21/2011 10:43:58 AM PDT Updated: 06/21/2011 12:24:47 PM PDT LOS ANGELES—Anthem Blue Cross has agreed to settle a lawsuit that accused the health insurer of manipulating policies and forcing California patients into higher deductible policies with fewer benefits. The case was brought […]

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CLGCA Assists In Obtaining Significant First Amendment Victory

January 6, 2011

In a sharply worded order, a U.S. District Court judge found that the federal government could not engage in “the very tactics it repudiates” by threatening to seize property from a motorcycle club member who had not been charged with any wrongdoing. In a suit brought by the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties […]

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More Information On BBG Telecommunications Lawsuit

January 5, 2011

For more information on the BBG lawsuit, check out this Union Tribune article: Consumers sue local company over pay phone fees.

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Your Posts Are Working!

January 5, 2011

The holidays brought a spate of complaints about the group misusing the Law Group of California name to try and extort money from people.  Fortunately people are finding this site and, as evidenced by recent comments, not falling for this scheme.  So if this happens to you, please post about your experience as it keeps […]

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More On Bogus Collection Scams

November 28, 2010

Another site has been posting similar information that may be of assistance to consumers. http://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/california-law-group-c302157.html It sounds like the same scam, involving similar names.  This may provide you all additional persons to contact to try and get answers to who is divulging your personal information.

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Lawsuit Filed Against BBG For Deceptive Billing

November 16, 2010

In a class action lawsuit filed in San Diego federal court on November 12, 2010, two consumers complain that BBG Communications, Inc., the world’s largest servicer of payphones throughout the United States and Europe, has been deceptively billing consumers for calls using a credit or debit card. Contrary to advertisements on the payphones, such calls […]

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