The marketing consultant to Advanced Micro Devices Inc. is resisting a subpoena issued by Intel Corp. as part of discovery in antitrust litigation playing out in Delaware district court.
A Texas company has sued Apple Inc., claiming that the computer company's operating system and products infringe four of its patents.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear Microsoft Corp.’s appeal of a decision that Novell Inc. has standing to sue the software giant for allegedly squeezing out competitors in the PC operating systems market even though Novell is not a participant in that market.
A federal judge on Thursday refused Dell Inc.'s bid to toss disputed claims in a patent lawsuit over multiscreen display units, finding that the computer company failed to meet the high burden of showing that the claims are invalid.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives have put forth three bills that would raise the cap on the number of worker visas allowed each year, shedding light on the issue of legal immigration just weeks before the number of applications is expected to soar past the limit for the second time in a row.
An appeals court overturned the insider trading conviction of the former chief executive of Qwest Communications International Inc. on Monday, saying the trial court was wrong to exclude expert testimony.
An appeals court has upheld a lower court's grant of summary judgment to AT&T Texas in its legal battle with Logix Communications LP over methods of evaluating business line capacity in a dispute regarding unbundling.
A judge gave California Attorney General Edmund Brown permission last Wednesday to file an amicus brief in a multidistrict antitrust case over thin film transistor liquid crystal display products, after Brown successfully argued that the court should take his experience in similar cases into account.
A federal appeals court has determined that a bankruptcy trust for a software company is not preempted by federal securities law from bringing state and foreign claims against two Swiss banks.
A judge stayed a patent lawsuit on Wednesday between Communique Laboratory Inc. and Citrix Systems Inc. over a system for providing remote access between personal computers on the Internet, pending a re-examination of the disputed patent request by Citrix.
An ERISA suit filed against cable giant Comcast Cable Communications Inc. by a union and several Pennsylvania-based employees has been dismissed, after a judge found the plaintiffs’ claims did not hold up.
Walt Disney's Internet unit has been hit with a proposed class action by one of its financial analysts, alleging that he and others in his position were misclassified under the Fair Labor Standards Act and denied overtime pay.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office agreed to re-examine an online-gaming patent after the Electronic Frontier Foundation challenged it on the grounds that the technology covered by the patent had been used extensively before it was issued.
In his first public comments since his court upheld a €497 million antitrust fine against Microsoft Corp., the chief judge in the software giant's European antitrust case reportedly said that he worried the decision might discourage investors.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that a Microsoft Corp. patent on a method for replicating data files is invalid, handing a victory to a Symantec Corp. subsidiary in its ongoing dispute with Microsoft over patents and trade secrets.
New York City taxi drivers have agreed to drop a suit against the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission for implementing new global-positioning satellite and credit card technology, which caused privacy and wage-cut concerns.
Finjan Inc. is celebrating the $9 million a jury has awarded it upon finding that Secure Computing Corp. willfully infringed three Web antivirus patents, while Secure Computing promises to fight the verdict.
Pending an appeal, Microsoft Corp. has asked a judge to stay a class action that alleges the company misled buyers with its marketing campaign for the Vista operating system by claiming that the product would work on systems that didn't actually support it.
Memory-chip maker Rambus Inc. has put to rest a multidistrict securities class action alleging that company executives illegally backdated stock options to the tune of $18.3 million.
European antitrust regulators are reportedly gearing up to take a closer look at Nokia Corp.'s pending $8.1 billion acquisition of electronic map maker Navteq Corp.