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Trials and Arbitration

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  • 818 Roundup: Toxicology report released in fatal accident; Trial for CVHS suicide

    818 Roundup: Toxicology report released in fatal accident; Trial for CVHS suicide
    Good morning, 818! It's Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 71 degrees and a low of 53 degrees. Your headlines for the day: - The 19-year-old driver in the off-roading car crash that claimed the lives of...
  • Lawsuit over utility-fund transfer continues

    As a trial on the legitimacy of Glendale's utility-fund transfer continues to inch forward, critics of the practice continue to claim it is illegal, while city attorneys counter the transfer has always been proper. Both sides are due back in court Dec....
  • Drayman's payments lowered

    Former Councilman John Drayman's monthly $1,000 restitution payments to the victims he embezzled from were reduced by more than half after financial evaluators showed he wasn't earning much income, though a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge told him this...
  • Glendale man heads to prison as part of fraud scheme

    A Glendale man was sentenced in a North Dakota courthouse on Wednesday to serve seven months in prison for his role in a multimillion-dollar scheme defrauding Medicare. Last September, Hovakim David Mkhitarian pleaded guilty to fraud charges for his...
  • Comfort-women statue opponents file appeal

    Comfort-women statue opponents file appeal
    Opponents of a controversial statue in a city park filed an appeal this week to a judge's decision against removing the installation dedicated to women coerced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. U.S. District Court...
  • Settlement talks break down in Ferraro case

    Attorneys representing the family of the 15-year-old boy who killed himself at Crescenta Valley High said in court Tuesday that settlement talks broke down after Glendale Unified hired a new law firm. Stanley Lieber, in representing John and Deanna...
  • Judge to weigh Drew Ferraro claim

    Judge to weigh Drew Ferraro claim
    A judge is set to consider next week whether to dismiss a case brought against the Glendale Unified School District by the family of a Crescenta Valley High School student who killed himself on campus in 2012. While attorneys for the family of Drew...
  • L.A. accuses Glendale Adventist of patient dumping on skid row

    L.A. accuses Glendale Adventist of patient dumping on skid row
    Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer has filed a lawsuit accusing Glendale Adventist Medical Center of dumping mentally ill and disabled homeless patients on L.A.'s skid row over the last four years, the Los Angeles Times reported. The six-page complaint,...
  • Woman receives sentence for role in healthcare scheme

    A woman who ran a $20-million healthcare scheme out of a Glendale medical clinic was sentenced Monday to eight years in federal prison and ordered to pay back more than $9 million in restitution to Medicare and Medi-Cal. Lianna “Lili”...
  • Glendale philanthropist at center of dispute over will

    Glendale philanthropist at center of dispute over will
    The owner of a Glendale BMW dealership and the children of a deceased man who once owned a portion of the property on Brand Boulevard on which it sits are embroiled in multiple legal battles relating to his wills as well as alleged elder abuse. A San...
  • Federal judge dismisses lawsuit over comfort-women statue

    Federal judge dismisses lawsuit over comfort-women statue
    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against Glendale that sought the removal of a controversial statue installed in a city park to honor women coerced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II. The statue’s...
  • Drew Ferraro case moved to Burbank

    Drew Ferraro case moved to Burbank
    A Los Angeles Superior Court judge relinquished the case involving a former Crescenta Valley High student who killed himself after deeming it "too complicated," court records show. The case stems from the lawsuit filed against the Glendale Unified...