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  • August 18, 2017

    FTC’s Deal With Uber Shows It Won’t Let Up On Data Security

    A settlement imposed Tuesday by the Federal Trade Commission against Uber for failing to deliver on its data-security promises signals the agency is intent on enforcing consumer information safeguards in spite of statements the acting chairman made after her appointment by the Trump administration, attorneys say.

  • August 18, 2017

    Uber's Kalanick Invokes Arbitration In Board Seat Lawsuit

    Uber Technologies Inc. founder Travis Kalanick on Friday moved to trump a Benchmark Capital Partners LP Delaware lawsuit seeking to oust him from the company’s board, declaring in a bitterly worded motion and brief that disputes over board voting must go to arbitration.

  • August 18, 2017

    Fed. Circ. Asked To Revive IBM Web Patent Infringement Suit

    The owner of a pair of patents involving web page loading asked the Federal Circuit on Thursday to reverse a ruling granting a win to IBM on claims it infringed the patents, saying the district court ran afoul of Federal Circuit precedent and that the ruling should be reversed.

  • August 18, 2017

    US Trustee Slams Payments To Ybrant's Bankruptcy Counsel

    The U.S. trustee’s office told a New York bankruptcy court Thursday that counsel for Ybrant Digital, which filed for Chapter 11 after getting hit with a $37 million arbitration award in a dispute with a South Korean technology company, should return fees that were purportedly received from unauthorized Ybrant subsidiaries.

  • August 18, 2017

    Uber Can’t Use Ex-Exec’s Doc Theft Admission At Waymo Trial

    After receiving a flurry of letters from all sides, U.S. District Judge William Alsup on Friday upheld a finding that attorney-client privilege blocked testimony alleging former Uber self-driving car head Anthony Levandowski admitted to an Uber attorney he’d stolen documents from his previous employer, Waymo.

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