The California-based DVR maker alleges in its lawsuit, filed in a Texas federal court this week, that Samsung swiped its patented technology through its patent marking on retail products and other litigation.
A new poll, released by the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, shows that a state’s lawsuit climate has a direct impact on its businesses. California and Alabama also were among the states with the worst legal climates for businesses.
The settlement, reached “in principle” last week, would settle claims by the plaintiffs that Sony could have prevented the 2014 cyber attack, which leaked tons of personal information about their employees.
The prominent plaintiffs firm Motley Rice is representing the Solicitor's Office in several lawsuits after signing four contracts and stands to earn between 15 and 40 percent in various cases. The antitrust cases began the year after a former Motley Rice law clerk became deputy solicitor.
A North Dakota federal judge said in his order, issued Thursday, that it “appears likely” the federal Environmental Protection Agency failed to comply with certain requirements in promoting its “Waters of the United States” rule.
SFN Group Inc., formerly known as Spherion Corp., filed papers to have a lawsuit filed by one of its former consultants on the timekeeping system project moved to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
The Conservative Action Project released its “Memo for the Movement” on Friday, arguing that current suggested reforms -- including the House’s Innovation Act -- are unwarranted and the result of “crony corruption.”
Bloomfield Nursing Operations LLC -- one of seven nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities being sued by Attorney General Hector Balderas -- contends the state’s top lawyer violated public records laws in not turning over certain requested documents.