Wasting no time in fighting back against the long-delayed ruling, Qualcomm asked Monday for an emergency stay of the U.S. International Trade Commission's Thursday ban on the import of phones with Qualcomm chips, the company said.
A federal district judge has instructed the parties in the ongoing antitrust case against SRAM flash memory chip producers to attempt to resolve their differences in private mediation.
A slew of companies—including Exxon Mobil Corp., Continental Airlines Inc. and United Parcel Service Inc.—were hit on Thursday with patent infringement suits filed by Ronald A. Katz, whose extensive telecommunications patent portfolio has already earned the inventor over $1 billion.
Computer chip maker Intel Corp. faces calls for sanctions by its opponent in an antitrust suit stemming from the company's now infamous email preservation “lapses.”
Responding to cell phone chip maker Qualcomm Inc.'s patent infringement allegations, cell phone manufacturer Nokia Corp. on Monday launched a counterclaim, accusing its foe of violating a number of Nokia patents related to mobile telecommunications technology.
Burst.com Inc. has opposed Apple Computer Inc.'s motion to for a summary judgment declaring the media delivery technology company's patents for technology used in iTunes, iPods and QuickTime streaming products invalid.
Plaintiffs in an ongoing antitrust class action over alleged price-fixing by graphics chip makers should not burden the defendants with an expensive discovery process until they first articulate a “plausible entitlement to relief,” the chip makers said on Thursday.
Three Yahoo, Inc. board of directors responsible for giving CEO Terry Semel an allegedly bloated pay package despite the Internet company's meager performance should not be reelected at a shareholder meeting Tuesday, independent proxy advisory firms said.
An independent country music publisher took on YouTube Inc. and its parent company, Google Inc., in a proposed class action filed Thursday in Nashville federal court charging the online video company with copyright infringement.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has plans to fine telecom equipment manufacturer Nortel Networks Corp. $100 million for accounting fraud, according to reports published on Friday.
In an effort to speed up and improve the patent review process for software, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office will for the first time allow computer technology experts to submit comments about a patent application prior to an examiner review as part of a pilot project.
All American Semiconductor Inc. has won bankruptcy court approval to reject some agreements it entered into with former employees after arguing that the contracts were detrimental to the company and its estates.
The former head of Qwest Communications International Inc. convicted on 19 counts of insider trading wants a new trial and a new court, arguing the intense publicity surrounding his case has tainted the jury pool.
Several privacy groups raised concerns on Wednesday about Google Inc.'s proposed acquisition of DoubleClick Inc., an Internet advertising service.
In a suit that could affect every cell phone released over the last few years, a patent-holding company accused all the big players in the cellular industry on Wednesday of infringing on its patent for a “mobile entertainment and communication device.”
Retired workers suing telecommunications software company Alcatel USA Inc. over cuts to their pension plans want to withdraw their motion for class status to save the case.
Prolific inventor Ronald A. Katz, whose portfolio of telecommunications patents has already earned him over $1 billion, has filed another two patent infringement suits—this time against energy companies in North Carolina and Nevada.
A conflicted federal trade agency on Thursday banned the importation of mobile phones, personal digital assistants and other handheld devices which contain Qualcomm Inc. chips into the U.S, but limited the ban to new models which had not previously been introduced for sale in the country.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has appealed a case alleging that Hewlett-Packard Company discriminated against a "highly educated white man."
A one-time in-house counsel for telecommunications giant Motorola Inc. has moved to Howrey LLP's intellectual property group, leaving Brinks, Hofer, Gilson & Lione.