John O'Brien Nov. 2, 2007, 2:29pm
Blumenthal HARTFORD, Conn. - AT&T apparently earned the final legal victory Wednesday in a long-running dispute with the State of Connecticut when a Superior Court judge ruled that the company may operate its Internet television service without a cable license.
John O'Brien Nov. 5, 2007, 2:34pm
Blumenthal WASHINGTON, D.C. - Telecommunications companies that allowed the federal government to listen in on private telephone calls without warrants after 9/11 should not be immune from legal action, the attorneys general of four states recently argued to Congress.
John O'Brien Nov. 5, 2007, 3:32pm
Cuomo WASHINGTON, D.C. - A few days after filing his first lawsuit over the issue, New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo on Monday gave his thumbs-up to legislation that will protect consumers against intimidating techniques allegedly used by appraisers.
News Service Nov. 6, 2007, 7:35am
Jay Edelson A Chicago attorney leading the suit against Facebook over its text-messaging service is well-practiced in class actions against corporate targets, having secured millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements to date against Web services and other "new technology" providers.