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Apple Ordered to Pay $533 Million for Patent Infringement
Apple Ordered to Pay $533 Million for Patent Infringement
Government Could Sue Goldman Sachs
Government Could Sue Goldman Sachs
Untaxed Cigarettes Lead to New York Lawsuit Against UPS
Untaxed Cigarettes Lead to New York Lawsuit Against UPS
S&P Agrees to Billion Dollar Settlement
S&P Agrees to Billion Dollar Settlement
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Apple Ordered to Pay $533 Million for Patent Infringement

Apple Ordered to Pay $533 Million for Patent Infringement Summary: Apple must pay over $500 million to a company that claimed it infringed several of its patents. According to Reuters, a federal jury has found that Apple’s iTunes software infringed three patents owned by a patent licensing firm called…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1102 February 25, 2015

Government Could Sue Goldman Sachs

Government Could Sue Goldman Sachs Summary: Goldman Sachs could be facing a civil lawsuit from the government once an investigation into the big bank is complete.  Back in December federal litigators informed Goldman Sachs Group Inc. that the firm might face a civil lawsuit as a…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1000 February 23, 2015

Untaxed Cigarettes Lead to New York Lawsuit Against UPS

Untaxed Cigarettes Lead to New York Lawsuit Against UPS Summary: The city and state of New York have sued package carrier UPS for shipping untaxed cigarettes to residences and unlicensed vendors.  UPS illegally shipped close to 700,000 cartons of untaxed cigarettes in New York, according to a new multimillion-dollar federal…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1074 February 20, 2015

S&P Agrees to Billion Dollar Settlement

S&P Agrees to Billion Dollar Settlement Summary: S&P has settled claims stemming from the financial crisis with the Justice Department, many of the individual states, and other entities for $1.5 billion. According to Bloomberg, Standard & Poor has settled with the U.S. Justice Department, several states, and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1604 February 3, 2015

Predatory Loans Throwing People in Jail in Texas

Predatory Loans Throwing People in Jail in Texas Summary: The inability for some Texas residents to repay payday loans has sent them to prison despite a law prohibiting such practices.  Over the last two years at least six people have been sent to prison for owing money on payday…>read more

2 Comments View Count: 745 December 31, 2014

Uber Facing More Legal Trouble as Philadelphia Cab Companies File Suit

Uber Facing More Legal Trouble as Philadelphia Cab Companies File Suit Summary: Dozens of Philadelphia cab companies have filed suit against Uber, alleging unfair competition and false advertising. The legal trouble for ride-sharing service Uber continues. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 45 Philadelphia taxi companies have filed a federal lawsuit against…>read more

No Comment View Count: 471 December 26, 2014

Indictment Filed Against Uber CEO in South Korea

Indictment Filed Against Uber CEO in South Korea Summary: The CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick, has been indicted by South Korean authorities for operating an illegal taxi service.  Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been indicted on flouting local taxi laws by South Korean authorities, according to PCWorld. In 2014…>read more

No Comment View Count: 367 December 25, 2014

Sony Faces Constitutional Challenges after Hacking Incident

Sony Faces Constitutional Challenges after Hacking Incident Summary: Courts may rule in favor of news media outlets if Sony argues that its private information, stolen by hackers, should not be released to the public by the media. According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony is scrambling to…>read more

No Comment View Count: 267 December 16, 2014

Uber Allowed to Operate in France Though Legal Problems Continue Worldwide

Uber Allowed to Operate in France Though Legal Problems Continue Worldwide Summary: Although banned in several areas and facing criminal complaints in others, Uber will be allowed to operate in France. After being banned in various locations around the globe, Uber finally caught a break when a judge in Paris decided…>read more

No Comment View Count: 252 December 12, 2014

Legal Fee Bill of $2.7 Billion to be Paid by Citigroup

Legal Fee Bill of $2.7 Billion to be Paid by Citigroup Summary: Citigroup released a report on its fourth-quarter Tuesday, citing a $2.7 billion legal bill it faces.  On Tuesday, Citigroup provided its investors with a glimpse of its fourth-quarter results, according to The New York Times. The bank detailed an expected…>read more

No Comment View Count: 271 December 10, 2014

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