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Gilead Sciences Inc. is asking the Patent Trial and Appeal Board to review four of the government’s HIV prevention patents, escalating a fight over who actually invented the use of the HIV treatment medication Truvada to prevent infection.
The operator of some of New York City’s major toll bridges and tunnels must face trimmed proposed class claims that it hit motorists with improper fees and excessive penalties from its E-ZPass cashless tolls, a New York federal judge ruled Wednesday as he allowed several other agencies to dodge the suit.
An affiliate of Miami-based fuel logistics company World Fuel Services Corp. has agreed to buy the UVair fuel business from Houston-headquartered Universal Weather and Aviation Inc. in a deal worth $170 million, the companies said Thursday.
A California judge sanctioned FilmOn founder Alki David $2,000 on Wednesday for repeatedly running afoul of courtroom rules with frequent outbursts during a trial on allegations he sexually harassed a former employee, but the self-represented billionaire defended his anger and defiantly told the judge he'll never pay the fine.
Spotify pretended to have a license to stream Eminem's hit "Lose Yourself" and the rapper's other works owned by his publisher Eight Mile Style even though it doesn't have the rights to do so, according to a copyright infringement lawsuit filed Wednesday in Nashville federal court.
Albertsons told an Illinois state judge Tuesday that the state's hot-button biometric privacy law unconstitutionally hits some companies harder than others, as the grocer fights a former pharmacist's proposed class action over its finger-scanning technology.
Imported Mexican tomatoes were spared from a double-digit tariff after the U.S. Department of Commerce struck a deal with Mexican growers on Tuesday night and halted its anti-dumping investigation.
China on Wednesday vowed to impose sanctions on U.S. companies involved in a planned $8 billion sale of F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, a day after the Trump administration formally notified Congress of the deal, which has garnered bipartisan backing.
A divided Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday approved guidance clarifying how investors should rely on proxy advisory firms when making voting decisions, a move welcomed by business interests but panned by certain investor advocates.
A day after L'Oreal USA Inc. was ordered to pay nearly $50 million for misappropriating trade secrets and infringing patents belonging to a hair care rival, the Federal Circuit on Wednesday issued a short-term stay that will allow L'Oreal to keep making and selling some of the disputed products.