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A Brooklyn federal judge overseeing the FIFA corruption trial held off on Friday on expected testimony from a government witness over allegations he was threatened on the stand by one of the defendants, who is accused of making a throat-slitting gesture after the defendant’s attorney said it may force him to move for a mistrial.
Attorneys representing the sellers of Feeney Wireless LLC in a $50 million merger with Inseego Corp. told a Delaware state court judge that fraud claims from the buyer should be tossed because they cite representations made by the seller that were not included in the agreed-upon terms of the transaction.
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to allow broadcasters to begin using the new internet protocol-based television standard, but the immediate impacts of voluntarily adopting ATSC 3.0 still remain clouded. Here, Law360 gets experts' take on 3 open questions surrounding the advent of ATSC 3.0.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and the commission’s Republican majority voted Thursday to accelerate the country’s shift from a copper data network to fiber optics, saying unneeded regulations deter many companies from investing in these new networks.
The Federal Communications Commission “strayed too far” from its proper role in merger reviews in recent years, the newest Republican member of the agency said Friday, criticizing the last administration for making consumer “goodies” a condition of various telecom deals.