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The 2008 lawsuit accused Google of violating California fair advertising laws because it misled advertisers about where the ads would be placed.
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The court's action avoided a possible 4-4 split that would have affirmed the lower-court rulings.
The Supreme Court is hearing a case about an invalidated speedometer patent.
Marrick Garland, 63, is currently chief judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
The Justice Department said the scheme caused some ebook prices to rise to $12.99 or $14.99 from the $9.99 price previously charged by market leader Amazon.
The late Supreme Court justice had a way with words.
His death scrambles the expected outcome in key cases before the court and, in the longer term, removes the passionate pen the justice often deployed on the side of business.
Legal analytics company Lex Machina says Apple filed over 200 challenges to the Patent Trial and Appeal Board since 2012, almost 100 more than the second highest filer.
The case raises questions about how much companies protect the privacy rights of their customers.
The Supreme Court's ruling over raisins means regulators need to think twice about taking private property.
The Supreme Court's ruling in a discrimination suit brought by a Muslim woman creates a conundrum for employers trying to follow fair hiring practices.
The top court will start hearing arguments in the King v. Burwell case Wednesday, and the cost of insurance could be at stake.
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