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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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Information Today
May 17, 2010
Open Book Alliance Releases Comprehensive Analysis of Proposed Google Books Settlement The Open Book Alliance has released a comprehensive analysis that it says details how the proposed Google Books Settlement violates international laws and treaties. mark for My Articles 92 similar articles
May 13, 2010
HTC Fires Back at Apple With Patent Suit Taiwanese smartphone player HTC counter-sues Apple for patent infringement, asking the International Trade Commission to block imports and sales of the company's mobile devices. mark for My Articles 631 similar articles
May 12, 2010
USPTO Upholds i4i XML Patent in Microsoft Fight Microsoft has been dealt another setback in its long-running dispute with i4i as the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has determined that the Toronto firm's Custom XML patent is valid. mark for My Articles 567 similar articles
May 4, 2010
Sony Facing Lawsuit Over Linux on PS3 Sony moved to block use of Linux on its PlayStation 3 game console. That isn't sitting well with users, who include some very high-profile names. mark for My Articles 439 similar articles
May 3, 2010
Novell, Red Hat Win Victory in Patent Fight Rival open source vendors prevail in joint defense against infringement charges brought by firm trying to assert rights to invention covered under 1991 patent. mark for My Articles 1340 similar articles
April 29, 2010
Barrett & Schmidt
In Goldman's Defiance, a Hint of Truce Goldman Sachs and the SEC have equally high stakes. mark for My Articles 480 similar articles
Chemistry World
April 27, 2010
Anna Lewcock
Massive payout for 'toxic sofa' victims A UK high court judge has awarded 20 million in payouts to 1650 people who sustained chemical burns from dimethyl fumarate in sofas manufactured in China. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
Registered Rep.
April 27, 2010
Halah Touryalai
Judge Says Citi Brokers Must Repay Bonuses; Appeal Comes Next Former Citigroup brokers, who wanted courts to dismiss debts the firm said they owed on loans awarded when they were hired, were turned down by a district court judge. But they are planning to appeal that decision. mark for My Articles 195 similar articles
The Motley Fool
April 27, 2010
Alyce Lomax
Why Women Are Mad at Wal-Mart A lawsuit, originally filed almost 10 years ago, claims that Wal-Mart paid women less than their male counterparts while offering them fewer promotions. Wal-Mart wants to challenge the suit's class action status in the U.S. Supreme Court. mark for My Articles 638 similar articles
April 22, 2010
Adam Satariano
Did Activision Just Frag Itself? The game giant is in a legal battle with the creators of Call of Duty. mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
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