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  • December 07, 2021

    Holmes Defends Theranos' 'Aggressive' IP Protection At Trial

    Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' cross-examination in her criminal fraud trial wrapped Tuesday, with Holmes conceding that she didn't tell investors Theranos was performing blood tests on modified third-party devices but defending that and other sometimes "aggressive" actions as necessary to protect the startup's trade secrets.

  • December 07, 2021

    Fed. Circ. Says No Waiver In High-Profile CBP Contract Case

    The Federal Circuit on Tuesday revived a company's heavily-watched dispute over a $325 million U.S. Customs and Border Protection contract, ruling it had not waived its protest by failing to "diligently pursue" the case in the Court of Federal Claims.

  • December 07, 2021

    Economic Pressures Drove Capacitor Price-Fixing, Jury Told

    A parade of industry insiders and an expert witness testified in a California federal antitrust trial Tuesday about the economic factors behind a decade-long global conspiracy to fix capacitor prices that U.S. direct purchasers claim led to $427 million in overcharges, telling jurors that the industry was under increasing pressure from rising costs and falling demand.

  • December 07, 2021

    Google Goes After Alleged Russian Hackers' Botnet Scheme

    Google announced Tuesday that it is suing two Russian nationals who allegedly created a sophisticated botnet to infiltrate more than a million computers and steal Google users' login and account information.

  • December 07, 2021

    Microsoft Settles Claims Of Bias Against Noncitizens In Hiring

    Microsoft has inked a deal resolving the U.S. Department of Justice's claims that the tech giant discriminated against non-U.S. citizens during the early stages of its hiring process, agreeing to revamp portions of its hiring procedures and pay roughly $17,400 in civil penalties, the Justice Department announced Tuesday.

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