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Apple and Google sought to fend off an onslaught of criticism in a U.S. Senate hearing Wednesday, as critics lacerated the tech giants for allegedly monopolizing smartphone app stores and one developer even alleged it faced pressure from Google before testifying.
Months ahead of a June jury trial, a federal judge in Delaware axed two patents that the University of Massachusetts says L'Oreal infringed through its moisturizer brands to the tune of more than $200 million, ruling that depositions from the patents' inventor revealed the claims were "purely subjective."
The justices of the U.S. Supreme Court cast a skeptical eye Wednesday on calls to abolish a doctrine that bars inventors from challenging their own patents, and appeared to be searching instead for ways to limit the application of the rule to make it fairer.
Two bills aimed at preventing future travel bans like those imposed by former President Donald Trump, which barred individuals predominantly from Muslim-majority and African countries from obtaining U.S. visas, once again passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday that it found numerous shortcomings at an Emergent BioSolutions plant in Maryland that had been producing COVID-19 vaccines for Johnson & Johnson, including unclean facilities, inadequate waste handling and poorly trained personnel.
Bernstein Litowitz should have avoided the "spectacle" of hiring the former deputy CEO of its own client in the midst of a massive investor class action against Symantec Corp., U.S. District Judge William Alsup said Tuesday.
If confirmed to the Federal Trade Commission, Big Tech critic Lina Khan told lawmakers Wednesday, she would keep an open mind on cases and pushed back against suggestions she should recuse herself when major online companies are targets of investigations.
The California federal judge overseeing the upcoming bench trial in Epic Games' antitrust suit against Apple told a group of media organizations on Wednesday that she'd deny their request for video access to the proceedings, saying coverage would be limited to streamed audio and a single pool reporter.
Peloton markets its Tread+ machine for family-friendly exercise, but the treadmill contains design flaws that make it particularly dangerous for young children, including one child who was killed after becoming trapped under the machine, according to a proposed class action filed Tuesday in California federal court.
A California judge on Wednesday further trimmed former U.S. Rep. Katie Hill's lawsuit against media companies and journalists that she says violated the state's revenge porn statute by publishing nude photos of her, tossing claims against the owner of the conservative blog RedState on grounds that the photos were of public concern.
U.S. Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett brought their recent circuit court experience to bear in oral arguments Wednesday in a dispute over $2 million in appellate bond premiums that could make defending against an appeal a riskier proposition.
This weekend saw an accident that killed two occupants in a Tesla Model S reportedly driving in Autopilot mode, reenergizing legal issues once relegated to science fiction: When a self-driving car crashes, who is liable — the driver or the tech?