Canada's privacy commissioner released guidelines Tuesday telling companies that track Internet activity in order to deliver tailored advertisements that they should not keep tabs on children's online activities or use tracking technologies that individuals can't turn off.
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Tuesday rejected Pearson Education Inc.'s attempt to toss a stock photography licensing agency's infringement action alleging the textbook publisher used dozens of its copyrighted photos beyond its license limits.
St. Louis-based Bryan Cave LLP and Holme Roberts & Owen LLP will merge their practices, expanding Bryan Cave's reach in the Western U.S. and in energy, natural resources and sports law, the firms said Tuesday.
AdvoCare International LP on Monday won the dismissal of several claims from a competitive swimmer's suit alleging a supplement she took as part of an endorsement deal contained a banned substance and led to her ouster from the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
A composer accused of cheating Broadcast Music Inc. out of $1.5 million in royalties from music used in television shows like "So You Think You Can Dance" fired back Friday, claiming BMI uses an unclear royalty system to resolve contract disputes in its favor.
Defunct direct marketing firm TMP Directional Marketing LLC on Tuesday said 95 percent of general unsecured claims holders had accepted a liquidation plan that would see them receive a return of between 11 and 18 percent of their claims.
Vostu USA Inc. has agreed to shell out funds and alter some games to settle lawsuits pending in California and Brazil that accuse it of violating rival online gaming company Zynga Inc.'s copyrights, the companies said Tuesday.
A dozen retired football players sued the National Football League Monday, accusing the league of pushing players to take a blood-thinning painkiller that increased the risk of post-concussion brain injuries.
The Federal Trade Commission's Julie Brill said at a conference Tuesday that the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act remained vitally relevant in the Facebook age, but that reforms were necessary to ensure the statute remained effective as social media evolves.
Family members of late reggae superstar Bob Marley requested Monday that the New York federal judge overseeing their battle over royalties with UMG Recordings Inc. step down because she previously represented the company when she was a partner at Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP.
The daughter of jazz singer Nina Simone sued her father on Friday, alleging that he licensed to a friend $155 million worth of the deceased musician's recordings and personal effects in order to avoid losing them in a related legal dispute.
The European Commission has launched a probe into whether Apple Inc. and five major publishers, including HarperCollins Publishing Inc. and Simon & Schuster Inc., have restricted competition for e-book sales, the antitrust watchdog said Tuesday.
A California federal judge refused Monday to remand to California state court three lawsuits claiming the National Football League and helmet-maker Riddell Inc. failed to protect players from the long-term risks of concussions, the same day 12 former players filed a similar suit in New Jersey.
Norwegian media company A-Pressen AS has made a deal to buy Edda Media AS from London-based Mecom Group PLC for 1.7 billion kroner ($294 million), returning the Norwegian media conglomerate to local control after six years of British ownership, the companies announced Monday.
A New York man alleges in a breach of contract suit filed Friday that Clear Channel Spectacolor passed on his confidential advertising project idea to American Eagle Outfitters Inc., which then used it in a Times Square campaign of its own.
Real estate developer North Valley Enterprises LLC asked a Nevada judge on Friday to keep open Station Casinos Inc.'s bankruptcy case, saying it had not yet resolved an intellectual property licensing dispute with Station Casinos affiliate Aliante Gaming LLC.
A fund controlled by private equity firm Shamrock Capital Advisors has purchased a controlling stake in Learfield Communications Inc., the Missouri-based collegiate sports rights management and radio programming company, for an undisclosed sum, Learfield said Monday.
A California federal judge dismissed a proposed class action Thursday accusing Sirius XM Radio Inc. of charging customers more than it had promised in advertisements, ruling a Colorado resident could not bring a claim under New York consumer protection law.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday began investigating public financing the city of Miami and Miami-Dade County are providing for the Miami Marlins' new stadium, which is being partially funded by nearly $500 million in stadium and parking bonds.
A Croatian author and journalist sued Hollywood A-lister Angelina Jolie in Illinois federal court on Friday, claiming the actress cribbed the plot of his book set during the Bosnian Civil War for her upcoming directorial debut, “In the Land of Blood and Honey.”