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San Diego restaurant settles dispute over surcharges

Barefoot Bar & Grill says on its website that it offers “local craft beers, refreshing cocktails, burgers, fresh seafood and salads in Barefoot Bar and Grill's laid-back, waterfront setting.” Not everyone has been happy with the eatery, however.

Zillow sued over hacked California real estate listing

Moments ago, there were six listings on Zillow for San Diego homes selling for $16 million and up. The top price was $30 million. But those gorgeous, frightfully expensive homes pale in comparison to the $150 million asking price for a palatial Bel Air beachfront home about 140 miles north of us.

San Diego businesses sued by disabled residents over scooters

A group of disabled city residents is demanding that an “obstacle course” is removed from city streets. In a federal lawsuit filed against San Diego businesses that provide shared ride scooters, the disabled residents say scooters left parked on sidewalks make their lives more difficult and infringe on their right to move about freely.

California shareholder dispute headed to U.S. Supreme Court

A subsidiary of a California chipmaker is to have its appeal heard by the U.S. Supreme Court. Broadcom Inc. seeks to resolve a shareholder lawsuit over its acquisition four years ago of Emulex Corp., headquartered less than 100 miles north of San Diego in Costa Mesa. Broadcom Inc. is located farther to the north, in San Jose.

California marijuana business prevails in RICO lawsuit

At first glance, a California lawsuit filed north of San Diego appears to involve gangsters. After all, the suit was filed under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act. Signed by President Richard Nixon, RICO was designed to battle the Mafia and other elements of organized crime. The recent lawsuit was filed by neighbors of a northern California cannabis grower, however.

Resort developer sues California firms for $1 billion breach of contract

Resorts World Genting is a sprawling resort complex of hotels, theme parks, casinos and shopping malls perched atop Mount Ulu Kali in Malaysia, not far from that nation’s capital and largest city, Kuala Lumpur. The resort’s developer recently filed a lawsuit in California for breach of contract against Walt Disney Co. and Fox Entertainment Group (both companies have headquarters in the Los Angeles area).

Southern California cardrooms sued by Luiseno, Chumash Indians

The Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians owns Harrah’s Resort Southern California, located about an hour north of San Diego, and other gaming and hospitality venues. The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians owns the Chumash Casino Resort, which sits about six hours north of the city.

California sand-mining company prevails in lawsuit

San Diego beaches are some of the most beautiful and celebrated in Southern California. People travel from all over the world to walk our golden strands of sand. It doesn’t take much imagination to understand the devastation to our economy and quality of life if our beaches somehow shrank significantly or disappeared altogether.

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