Fresh off settlements with Boston Communications Group and Virgin Mobile USA, Freedom Wireless Inc. sued a new slew of companies on Thursday for allegedly infringing its prepaid phone service patent.
Eli Lilly and Co. has been slapped with a lawsuit claiming the company kept evidence of possible adverse effects buried when it touted its bestselling antipsychotic drug Zyprexa.
Labor and employment boutique Ford & Harrison LLP, which has expanded exponentially since it was founded in 1978, has snagged seven attorneys from general practice firm Lewis and Roca LLP for a new office in Phoenix.
A bankruptcy judge blessed a settlement between bankrupt auto parts supplier Delphi Corp. and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Thursday, bringing an end to a probe into the company’s alleged inflation of financial results.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has filed suit against an allegedly fraudulent life insurance company and its two owners over millions of dollars of investors’ money.
After a two year battle, Intel Corp. has successfully fought off allegations of patent infringement leveled by a Texas patent holding company, which accused the chip maker of copying its microcomputer technology.
Health Discovery Corp. said Tuesday that it settled a patent infringement lawsuit with a predictive modeling software company it had accused of infringing three patents related to support vector machines.
A federal judge in New Orleans has rejected a bid by major U.S. insurers to dismiss a class action lawsuit over the companies’ insurance policies, ruling the defendants must prove why their hurricane coverage excludes the massive flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina.
A federal judge has shot down Echostar Communications Corp.’s request for a new trial in its patent infringement battle against TiVo Inc.
Two top executives of Affiliated Computer Services Inc. have resigned following an internal investigation into the backdating of stock options, the company announced Monday.
Locked in a battle over MP3 player technology, Chinese chip designer Actions Semiconductor Co. Ltd. has asked the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to reexamine certain patents that are at the center of its infringement dispute with SigmaTel Inc.
After litigation from Korean authorities delayed the deal numerous times, Texas-based Lone Star Funds has decided to terminate its $7.4 billion agreement to sell the Korea Exchange Bank to Kookmin Bank.
Two securities trading firms have reached a settlement in a case sparked by a massive defection of employees from the Singapore branch of one firm to the other.
More than 100 technology companies may be hit with patent infringement allegations after this month’s favorable ruling for the Australian national science research agency in an infringement suit over an instrumental wireless patent.
A woman has filed a suit against Wyeth and other drug companies, claiming that her hormone replacement treatment caused her breast cancer.
In its antitrust suit against Intel Corp., Advanced Micron Devices Inc. has filed a memorandum to bolster its bid to compel the production of documents to support its claim that Intel coerced foreign customers.
Two of the largest funeral services companies in the United States have reached a consent decree with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on a controversial merger that is expected to close at the end of November.
Musicland Holding Corp.’s second amended plan of liquidation has inspired objections from creditors with tax claims who claim the proposed plan gives their claims short shrift.
After a month-long strike complete with protests and dozens of arrests, 5,300 janitors in Houston, Tex. celebrated a victory Monday—and better wages, benefits and hours—when they approved a new contract from their employers.
A manufacturer of wafer probe cards has forged ahead with a patent infringement lawsuit against an Austin, Texas-based semiconductor measuring device maker and its Japanese unit over advanced wafer technology.