Active Cases & Investigations

The Arns Law Firm investigates and litigates claims for injured workers, employees, consumers, and patients. Send us a message to learn more.


Ghost Ship Litigation:
The Arns Law Firm represents plaintiffs in the case involving the tragic "Ghost Ship" warehouse fire, which killed 36 people in December 2016.
  • To learn more about the case, see this article from the New York Times.
  • To e-mail the attorneys working on the case, click here.
Jack In The Box Manager Misclassification:
The largest franchise in North America is accused of misclassifying managers as "exempt" employees and denying them overtime pay. We are investigating the case and encourage those who worked as Jack In The Box managers to contact us.
  • To e-mail the attorneys working on the case, click here.
HP Ink Cartridge Complaints:
Our attorneys are investigating reports that Hewlett Packard disables its printers when a non-HP ink cartridges are used. If you experienced this, contact us to discuss your rights.
  • To learn more about this issue, see this article in WIRED.
  • To e-mail the attorney investigating the case, click here.
Instacart Litigation:
The Arns Law Firm represents workers against this grocery delivery service for unpaid wages and other claims. The case recently settled.
  • To learn more about the case, see this article in TIME Magazine
  • To e-mail the attorney investigating the case, click here.
Health Insurance Litigation:
The Arns Law Firm filed landmark cases against Blue Shield of California and Anthem Blue Cross for deceptive marketing.
  • To learn more about the case, see this article in the Los Angeles Times
  • To e-mail the attorney investigating the case, click here.
Flooring Installation Litigation:
Employers in the flooring installation industry often pay installers a "piece rate" for their work. Many employers fail to comply with the law for piece rate pay, resulting in pay violations an unreimbursed expenses. Retailer stores, such as Home Depot, have been found liable for these violations as "joint employers" of the installers.
  • To read a court ruling finding Home Depot liable as the joint employer of Arns Law Firm clients, click here .
  • To e-mail the attorney investigating the case, click here.