News and Articles About Court Cases
If the ruling stands, 'Happy Birthday' will enter the public domain.
A U.S. judge certified a class action against Target brought by several banks over the retailer's massive data breach.
The former venture capitalist, who recently resigned as CEO of Reddit, says she wants to 'move forward.'
Another day, another legal fight for Uber.
The former venture capitalist, who just stepped down as CEO of Reddit, was ordered to pay trial costs related to the discrimination case she lost this year.
If considered a class action, the lawsuit filed by three Uber drivers in San Francisco could grow to include more than 160,000 California drivers.
A judge ruled that bitcoins don't have the 'tangible qualities' needed to constitute owned property by Japanese law.
Opponents of the net neutrality rules sued the FCC this year, saying the commission violated regulations when it passed the rules.
Turns out Allstar's 'buy one, get one free' ad hook was allegedly cloaked in trickery. Now the as-seen-on-TV giant is forking over $8 million to settle charges that it hoodwinked customers.
Unable to rebound from a devastating Supreme Court loss, Aereo is finally throwing in the towel.
A Georgia appellate court ruled that the parents of a seventh-grader who created a fake and defamatory Facebook account for a classmate may be liable for emotional damages by a jury.
Businesses don't have the right to pre-existing good reviews, the court said.
The decision hinged upon a differentiation between traditional taxicab meters and the smartphone technology by which Uber charges passengers.