An appeals court has refused to reconsider its decision upholding a district court's order that Dish Network Corp. pay TiVo Inc. $74 million in damages for infringement of its patent covering digital video recording software, TiVo said on Friday.
Capco Energy Inc., an onshore and offshore gas company, filed a voluntary petition for Chapter 11 last week, citing $22 million in debt owed primarily to Union Bank of California.
A lawsuit by Clear Channel Communications Inc. against six banks it accuses of trying to block a $19.4 billion buyout of the company is reportedly slated to go to trial in June, following a ruling by a Texas judge.
Intel Corp.’s call processing technology has become a target in a patent infringement suit brought by an individual patent holder.
Online prescription vendor Rx.com Inc. is renewing its antitrust battle against a group of pharmacy benefit managers it claims restricted competition in the drug market, appealing a judge's summary judgment grant in favor of the companies.
After a re-examination confirmed its patent claims, a Silicon Valley-based software company has hit rival and business partner Oracle Corp. with an infringement suit over Java programming technology.
Tremont LLC has filed suit against Halliburton Energy Services Inc., seeking repayment of all current and future costs Tremont has incurred relating to sites of NL Industries Inc.’s former petroleum business.
A Texas company that has recently sued giants in the cellular phone and computer industries for patent infringement has turned its attention to a new target: the makers of weather monitoring stations.
Oil company Apache Corp. sued New York City's comptroller and employee pension funds on Monday, alleging that the city is trying to use its influence, through the funds' holdings in Apache, to force the company to adopt a resolution not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.
A judge ruled on Thursday that Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. could go forward with a lawsuit against rival ON Semiconductor Corp. seeking a judgment that it did not infringe three ON patents related to dynamic random access memory technology.
Bankrupt jewelry retailer Friedman’s Inc. will liquidate approximately $400 million in inventory from 377 of its 455 stores nationwide, following a court order approving its emergency motion to sell off wares and close stores.
Moncrief Oil International Inc. is once again trying its luck in the courts, this time suing Russian energy giant OAO Gazprom over ownership rights to a Siberian gas field in its home state of Texas.
Safety-syringe-maker Retractable Technologies Inc. wasted no time filing a new suit against medical technology giant Becton Dickinson and Co. after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued a patent on Tuesday that the plaintiff claims is infringed by Becton Dickinson's retractable syringes.
A Texas company that provides seismic analysis services to the petroleum industry has alleged that geopressure detection technology disclosed in a patent owned by Australia's national science agency overlaps claims in its own earlier patent.
Workers at AT&T Inc. call centers in Wisconsin and Illinois have hit the telecommunications company and its subsidiaries with putative collective actions for unpaid overtime and wages, claiming violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Sales representatives in Dell Inc.'s Texas call center have launched a nationwide collective action alleging the computer giant breached the Fair Labor Standards Act by denying them overtime and failing to keep an accurate record of their work hours.
Sun Microsystems Inc. has filed another patent infringement suit against rival Network Appliance Inc. over its Zettabyte File System, claiming new storage technology acquired by NetApp in January infringes Sun patents.
Oil and gas services company Tetra Technologies Inc. and two of its top executives have been hit with a proposed class action accusing them of fraudulently inflating the value of the company's stock.
Drivers for FedEx Ground Package System Inc. scored a victory on Tuesday, when a judge certified classes of drivers from 19 states in their lawsuit to claim benefits for which they were deemed ineligible because of their status as independent contractors.
A federal judge has issued a mixed ruling in three helicopter repair companies' bid to dismiss certain of Rolls-Royce Corp.'s claims in a trade secrets dispute related to its Model 250 light aircraft engine. Many of the defendants' counterclaims, including allegations of Rolls-Royce's illegal tying arrangements with distributors, remain.