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.
After defendants raised the BAP1 genetic mutation defense in an asbestos lawsuit, a California judge awarded the plaintiff and his wife $19,449,863 in damages on June 23. Judge Brad Beligman of the Alameda County Superior Court entered a judgment for plaintiffs Antonia and Raquel Perez and against Universal Fleet Supply, an auto parts supply company, following a general civil court trial.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently announced a settlement with Go Green Today, a solar company based in Arizona, which allegedly had countless unwanted telephone calls to customers who were listed on the FTC’s national do not call registry (DNC).
Reuben Guttman is accused of using a transition period to lure clients in two False Claims Act cases to his new firm. His attorney, though, says Grant & Eisenhofer caused the situation and is planning counter-claims against the firm.
Catherine Cortez Masto found herself in a comfortable spot one night last month, spending the evening with President Barack Obama, Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid and dozens of other supporters who want to elect her to the U.S. Senate in 2016.
A California resident brought a class action lawsuit against Time Warner Cable, a U.S. satellite television provider doing business in Los Angeles County, alleging damages from deceptive and intrusive telemarketing practices beginning in 2014.
The office issued an order this week saying the Texas-based telehealth company can proceed with its case against American Well, which filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Teladoc in federal court in June.
The groups contend abuses in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office’s review process could affect the ability to raise capital needed to fund future research, hurting those Americans waiting for new treatments or cures.