Communications company Voip-Pal.com Inc. lost a handful of lawsuits accusing tech giants Apple, Twitter, AT&T and Verizon of infringing a pair of call-routing patents when a California federal judge on Monday ruled Voip-Pal's patents are too generalized and abstract to be valid.
Disney's Marvel Entertainment unit urged a New York federal court Monday to grant it a win in a copyright infringement suit accusing the studio of ripping off other artists' designs for the armor featured in an "Iron Man 3" poster, calling the allegations "willfully naïve."
VirnetX Inc. has urged the full Federal Circuit not to consider lessening a $439 million patent infringement verdict against Apple Inc., claiming the tech giant is only asking for review in a bid to delay the case while trying to invalidate the network security patents through another proceeding.
A quick win clearing Apple of allegations it breached a deal not to snitch on Qualcomm in investigations into the chipmaker's licensing practices means that virtually all mention of that agreement should be barred from its upcoming antitrust trial brought by Apple, Qualcomm told a California federal judge Friday.
Two Morgan Stanley advisers who resigned suddenly made off with clients and company files, breaching their nonsolicitation and confidentiality agreements and likely costing the company more than $1 million, the financial giant has claimed in Texas state court.
The Supreme Corp. safety wear company accused a rival of ripping off a popular orange-and-black protective jacket that the North Carolina business has been selling for more than 12 years, according to a trademark infringement lawsuit filed in North Carolina federal court Friday.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP lawyers have asked a California federal court to award Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. nearly $18 million in attorney fees after the firm helped the tech giant fend off a software copyright suit by Oracle Corp. earlier this year.
NBCUniversal Inc. and Ryan Seacrest Productions urged a California federal judge Monday to again toss former supermodel Janice Dickinson's suit over her portrayal in an episode of the reality show "Shahs of Sunset," saying her false advertising claims fail because the use of her image and name would not mislead viewers into thinking she created or sponsored the show.
Nike Inc. must shell out €12.55 million ($14.2 million) in European Union antitrust fines for restricting the sale of licensed, branded sports merchandise like club jerseys across member states, the bloc’s competition enforcer said Monday.