Foam cup maker Radnor Holdings Corp. filed for Chapter 11 protection Monday, having already found a buyer for nearly all of its assets.
Music retailer Tower Records Inc., which voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 on Sunday, is on the lookout for a potential buyer and hopes to wrap up the sale in time for the busy holiday season.
Inland Fiber Group LLC filed for Chapter 11 protection Friday, though it also submitted a prenegotiated reorganization plan that it hopes will be approved by the end of the year.
Still selling off its assets, bankrupt rainwear maker London Fog Group Inc. has unloaded its famed trademark, with Iconix Brand Group Inc. snapping up the recognizable brand for $30.5 million in cash and $7 million in stock.
Rejecting an earlier court proposal has cost DaimlerChrysler AG millions more after a German court on Monday ordered the auto maker to shell out $295 million to former shareholders of Daimler-Benz AG to resolve a dispute stemming from DaimlerChrysler’s 1998 merger with U.S.-based Chrysler Corp.
Magma Design Automation Inc. got a piece of good news when the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office rejected all 15 claims in one of three patents at issue in the suit between Magma and rival Synopsys Inc.
The shareholders of Riverstone Networks Inc. have accused the company’s former general counsel of trying to block an investigation into alleged potential wrongdoing committed by the telecommunications equipment maker’s top executives.
DexCom Inc. revealed Friday that it received a favorable ruling in a patent infringement dispute with rival Abbott Diabetes Care Inc. over technology related to glucose monitors used by diabetics.
Swiping back in the battle over Pfizer Inc.’s Lipitor, Indian drug maker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. on Wednesday asked a U.S. appeals court to reconsider part of a ruling that would block a generic version of the cholesterol medicine from hitting the market until 2010.
A federal judge has overturned a $46.58 million jury verdict in a patent infringement case from 2001 over aircraft power unit systems.
Computer chip giant Intel Corp. can subpoena a 3-D graphics company for documents related to its merger with Intel rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc., a judge ruled on Monday.
Two liquor companies have squared off in federal court in Delaware over the trademark rights to “Havana Club” after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office declared the Cuban government’s U.S. registration of the mark null.
Drug developer ZymoGenetics Inc. has hit Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. with a lawsuit, accusing the pharmaceutical giant of infringing on its patented fusion protein technology.
Less than a month after a federal bankruptcy judge gave the green light to Meridian Automotive Systems Inc.’s third amended disclosure statement, the auto parts maker has gained court approval for an extension to its exclusive filing and solicitation periods.
Agricultural biotech company Monsanto Co. is hoping antitrust regulators will cast an approving eye on its acquisition of Delta and Pine Land Co., after antitrust concerns thwarted an earlier merger deal and spawned years of legal wrangling between the companies.
The owner of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. franchises in Arizona and New Mexico owes the parent company around $3.5 million after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The unsecured creditors of Werner Holdings Co. have demanded access to the bankrupt ladder company documents, and they will not take no for an answer.
Determined to keep its hypertension treatment Aceon out of the hands of generic pharmaceutical makers, Solvay Pharmaceuticals Inc. has brought a suit against a Canada-based company known for aggressively pursuing generic versions of brand-name drugs.
Computer chip giant Intel Corp. wants to subpoena a 3-D graphics company about to merge with rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc., citing its belief that details of the $5.4 billion deal could help in its defense against AMD’s antitrust allegations.
Internet security company Cordance Corp. may only have six employees, but the company is not afraid to take on industry giants. The tiny company has set its sights on Amazon.com, alleging that the online retailer’s “One Click” feature infringes a Cordance patent.