CLEVELAND - Cuyahoga County claims Jones Lang LaSalle Great Lakes Corporate Real Estate Partners et al. obtained public contracts through bribery and conspiracy; click headline to see defendants in Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
     Here are the defendants: Jones Lang LaSalle Great Lakes Corporate Real Estate Partners LLC fka Great Lakes Corporate Real Estate Partners LLC; Jones Lang LaSalle Inc.; Harvey G. Oppmann; 944 Prospect Avenue LLC; Vincent A. Russo; VinCore LLC; Garibaldi Holdings; M2J1 LLC; Midwest Entertainment Venture LLC; and Anatomy Nightclub.

     SANTA ANA, Calif. - Consumer Portfolio Services, of Irvine, Calif., charges illegal rates and fees as an auto finance debt collector, the United States claims in Federal Court.

      LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles County illegally refuses to provide interpreters for deaf inmates, the Greater Los Angeles Agency on Deafness claims in Federal Court.

      LOS ANGELES - Lee Lipscomb sued Girardi & Keese, demanding that the law office buy out his 25% interest in their building on Wilshire Boulevard, or pay $310,000 in rent allegedly owed, in Superior Court.

     JERSEY CITY, N.J. - A patient claims a doctor at Christ Hospital sexually assaulted her in exchange for free medical care, in Hudson County Court.

      MONTGOMERY, Ala. - Alabama illegally reduced health care subsidies to 11,000 married schoolteachers who have dependent children, a class action claims in Montgomery County Court.

NEWARK - LG Electronics pushes its Android smartphones with false claims about their storage capacity, which may be "as little as 11% of what LG advertises," a class action claims in Federal Court.

      WASHINGTON - The SEC on Tuesday awarded $875,000 to two unidentified whistleblowers who helped it collect more than $1 million under the Dodd-Frank Act.

DENVER - The Hershey Co. claims two marijuana stores in Colorado are violating its Reese's, Heath and Almond Joy trademarks and trade dress to sell marijuana-laced candy, in Federal Court.

      MANHATTAN - Directors of Martin Marietta concealed material information from shareholders in its proxy statement and prospectus for a merger with Texas Industries, investors claim in a shareholder class action in New York County Supreme Court.