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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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Information Today
March 29, 2010
George H. Pike
Summary Judgment Motions Filed in Georgia State Copyright Infringement Lawsuit The increasingly testy copyright infringement lawsuit between Cambridge University Press and other publishers and Georgia State University (GSU) over electronic course materials may be coming to a climax. mark for My Articles 109 similar articles
The Motley Fool
March 29, 2010
Anders Bylund
TiVo's Hollywood Ending The seemingly never-ending court saga of DISH Network versus TiVo is finally coming to an end. mark for My Articles 437 similar articles
Bank Technology News
April 2010
Rebecca Sausner
Mr. Woodhill Goes to Washington The case of PlainsCapital Bank vs. Hillary Machinery isn't dinner table conversation just about anywhere, but Jim Woodhill, founder and chairman of security vendor Authentify, is aiming to change that. mark for My Articles 1 similar article
March 25, 2010
Susan Decker
Attention, Shoppers: This Patent Expired Products marked with out-of-date claims are provoking a wave of lawsuits from consumers mark for My Articles 323 similar articles
March 24, 2010
IBM Faces EU Antitrust Claim, Insider Trade Fallout New frustrations for IBM as a small European company claims anti-competitive behavior, while at home, a lingering reminder of a sweeping insider-trading incident. mark for My Articles 1021 similar articles
March 22, 2010
Microsoft Hit With Windows 7 Patent Suit Microsoft has to fend off another claim of infringement. mark for My Articles 253 similar articles
March 19, 2010
Dell Charges LCD Makers With Price-Fixing The PC giant files suit against six LCD makers for forming a 'cartel' that Dell claimed artificially inflated prices costing the company millions of dollars. mark for My Articles 517 similar articles
Home Theater
March 18, 2010
Mark Fleischmann
Court Broadens Cable Program Access A federal appeals court has forbidden cable operators to maintain exclusive access to programming from networks they own. mark for My Articles 951 similar articles
March 18, 2010
Google Denied Trademark for Nexus One It looks like some of Google's attorneys will have some explaining to do now that the USPTO says the Nexus trademark belongs to a telco from Oregon. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
March 17, 2010
Microsoft Comes up Short in Another Patent Case Microsoft says it will ask the judge to reconsider his ruling and the jury's hundred million dollar damages award, but in the meantime, maybe Microsoft should consider opening a legal office in East Texas. mark for My Articles 342 similar articles
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