The European Commission has given the Spanish government one month to lift some of the conditions placed on the acquisition of energy company Endesa SA by rival companies Enel and Acciona, claiming that the conditions do not comply with European Union law.
A federal judge has tossed the rest of World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s suit against two of its former licensing agents and the video game companies that allegedly bribed the agents and colluded with each other to rig bids for licenses of the company's intellectual property.
The European Commission has handed down a collective €243.2 million in fines to a slew of chloroprene rubber producers for a decade’s worth of alleged market-sharing and price-fixing.
Valve maker Pureflex Inc., which was sued by DuPont De Nemours & Co. over its usage of the Teflon trademark, said in court on Tuesday that the mark had been used enough times to make it generic and that DuPont was violating antitrust laws by using the trademark.
A judge has partially certified a class in a lawsuit filed against Wells Fargo & Co. by a group of homeowners alleging the bank had a kickback arrangement with several private mortgage insurers, granting the plaintiffs' motion for class status but imposing several restrictions on the class period.
A minority-owned private equity firm filed its opposition to the proposed merger of Sirius Satellite Radio Inc. and XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc., saying the deal runs afoul of antitrust laws.
Australia's top competition watchdog has conferred unconditional immunity on Amcor Ltd., finding the company fully cooperated with regulators' investigation into an alleged cartel in the lucrative corrugated cardboard industry.
The federal judge that presided over the Microsoft antitrust case in Iowa has granted an intervention request brought by a group of Canadian plaintiffs trying to gain access to the millions of documents used in that suit's discovery for their own case against the software giant.
Deutsche Telekom AG confirmed Tuesday that its subsidiary T-Mobile will once again be allowed to sell Apple Inc.'s iPhone in Germany under its original terms, which included a mandatory service contract and a lock that kept the phone from being used on other mobile networks.
A village in Illinois and three of its trustees are asking a federal court to enter final judgment in their favor in a case in which they stood accused of helping a local hospital muscle out would-be competitors in the diagnostic imaging services market.
Anti-dumping duties on U.S. imports of French low enriched uranium are likely here to stay, now that the U.S. International Trade Commission has decided that their revocation would hurt U.S. uranium markets.
The Federal Communications Commission has approved the proposed $8.2 billion sale of Tribune Co., awarding the company exemptions from media ownership rules that would have forced its new owner to sell off certain outlets.
European Commission antitrust regulators paid surprise visits to several of the world's largest exotic fruit companies last week to investigate allegations that the the companies conspired to fix prices.
The European Commission will reportedly hold hearings on Tuesday and Wednesday regarding allegations that semiconductor company Rambus Inc. withheld information regarding its patents in order to charge competitors high royalties once standards utilizing the patents were implemented.
Alltel Corp. has agreed to shell out $1.325 million to settle charges that it violated a pair of court orders requiring it to divest its operations in four rural Minnesota areas in order to get its $1.1 billion purchase of Midwest Wireless Holdings LLC approved.
A judge has dismissed counterclaims brought by the operator of online file-sharing service LimeWire accusing a group of major record labels of colluding to stifle the development of new technology and to dominate the music industry.
As specialty pharmaceutical companies expand their foothold in the pharmaceutical arena, their drugs for niche markets are becoming much more susceptible to patent litigation with aggressive generics companies.
A World Trade Organization panel on Monday strengthened a previous report that sided with the European Communities, ruling that Brazil's restrictions on tire imports from across the Atlantic Ocean violate international tariff rules.
The Seoul District Prosecutors' Office reportedly raided Samsung Securities' headquarters and another Samsung Group unit's data center on Friday as part of an investigation into a corruption scandal rocking the electronics conglomerate.
A federal judge has shot down a bid by the California attorney general to void a judgment-sharing agreement between dynamic random access memory manufacturers in an ongoing antitrust multidistrict litigation case after finding that the provisions of the deal are in line with public policy.