Bradstreet v. Wong, 161 Cal. App. 4th 1440 (2008)

Toha Quan and Anna Wong owned the capital stock and served as corporate officers or directors of three San Francisco garment manufacturing companies (the “Wins Corporations”). For several months during the summer of 2001, the Wins Corporations failed to meet their payroll obligations, and the owners encouraged the employees to continue working without pay. After

In re Cossu, 410 F.3d 591 (9th Cir. 2005)

Jefferson Pilot Securities filed a claim in the bankruptcy proceeding of Claude Cossu, one of its former broker-dealers, who had failed to report his outside business activities to Jefferson Pilot (for which he was an NASD-registered representative). Cossu was aware that under NASD guidelines, he was not permitted to engage in private securities transactions without

Pacific Gas & Elec. Co. v. WCAB, 114 Cal. App. 4th 1174 (2004)

Clifford Bryan filed a workers’ compensation claim against Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) after he was forced to leave work in October 2001 due to the stress of his job in interacting with customers who did not like the company and due to the financial problems affecting PG&E during that