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Commercial Contracts

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  • January 22, 2019

    Video Game Maker Used Artwork Online Without OK, Jury Told

    Slot game technology maker International Game Technology PLC used copyrighted art and graphics for several of an Illinois company’s slot games without permission when the company launched them into cyberspace for online play, a federal jury heard Tuesday.

  • January 22, 2019

    Avenatti Faces Skeptical Judge In Trump Hush Money Suit

    A California federal judge appeared skeptical Tuesday of Michael Avenatti's bid to continue efforts to block silence provisions in Stormy Daniels' $130,000 hush money deal with President Donald Trump, noting that Trump's agreement not to enforce the deal seems to provide the relief sought.

  • January 22, 2019

    UBS Countersues Bloomberg In Data Misuse Row

    UBS AG fired its own breach of contract claim at Bloomberg Finance LP on Friday in a suit that accuses UBS of redistributing proprietary data without authorization, telling a New York federal court that its use of the data was above board and that by “acting arbitrarily and/or irrationally in 2018,” Bloomberg was out of line.

  • January 22, 2019

    FCC Auction Might Sink 2.5 GHz, Broadband Group Warns

    A proposed spectrum auction in the 2.5 GHz band may be a flop if the Federal Communications Commission does not listen to educational institutions on how they want to use the airwaves in the future, cautioned one industry member during a Washington, D.C., panel event on Tuesday.

  • January 22, 2019

    Tinder Settles Age Bias Case For $17.3M In Cash And 'Likes'

    Tinder will shell out an estimated $17.3 million worth of subscription features and cash to settle claims the company overcharged dating app users based on their age, according to a proposed agreement filed Sunday in California federal court.

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