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An Apple senior director defended the company's app-review process Friday during an antitrust bench trial between the tech giant and Epic Games, testifying that although Apple has approved some potentially offensive apps, including a school-shooting game app, such mistakes are rare and "we catch the vast majority of issues."
The general counsel for OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research laboratory backed by Elon Musk, confirmed Friday he's leaving the company, a move that comes a little more than two weeks after Tesla's acting general counsel announced that he would be stepping down.
U.S. Soccer and members of the women's national soccer team will meet with a federal mediator to assess whether further settlement talks are necessary in the players' high-profile discrimination and equal pay class action, a move that is an apparent long-shot bid to avoid going through with the players' Ninth Circuit appeal of the dismissal of those claims.
Rising out of the energy sector turmoil that began in 2015, Texas bankruptcy courts have fashioned themselves into an attractive venue for complex Chapter 11 cases, and have used their growing reputation for efficiency and predictability to surpass Delaware and New York as the most popular destinations for corporate reorganizations.
While the Biden administration has backed a temporary waiver on intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines, experts now foresee heated World Trade Organization negotiations about the scope of any deal, which could keep the proposal in limbo for some time.
A Texas federal jury on Friday found that Clash of Clans game maker Supercell Oy infringed at least one claim in a series of patents held by Japanese game maker Gree Inc. and awarded Gree a lump sum of $92.2 million.
Google accused its female ex-employees Friday of having "manipulated" and "fabricated" data to support their accusations that the search behemoth systematically underpaid women and hired them at lower-level positions than their male peers, urging a California state judge not to certify a class of over 10,000 women.
Former Paul Weiss partner Alex Oh said Friday she regrets her role in the "breakdown of civility" with opposing counsel in a long-running Exxon Mobil Corp. human rights case that apparently pushed her to resign as head of the SEC's Enforcement Division less than a week after being named to the role.
Federal investigators who seized Rudy Giuliani's devices as part of a foreign lobbying probe are proceeding cautiously with the host of sensitive material they now possess, signaling a possible shift in how the government handles attorney-client communications following strong criticisms from judges.
The New Jersey Supreme Court said Friday it will decide whether virtual jury selection is unconstitutional amid the COVID-19 pandemic, setting accelerated briefing in a case against a man who went to trial last fall for attempted arson.
A Manhattan federal judge hit a hedge fund pro and onetime BigLaw lawyer with six months in prison Friday for illegally pressuring Jefferies Financial Group not to challenge his bid for assets sold by retailer Neiman Marcus in a Texas bankruptcy.
Attorneys and other participants in an upcoming trial to resolve an auto group's challenge to Massachusetts' updated "Right to Repair" law will have to tell the presiding judge whether they've been vaccinated against COVID-19, he said during a hearing Friday.