Samsung Argues over Inflated Patent Damages
Samsung Argues over Inflated Patent Damages
Former Deutsche Bank Salesman Admitted to Bribery
Former Deutsche Bank Salesman Admitted to Bribery
U.S. High Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban
U.S. High Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban
Supreme Court Rules Michigan Affirmative Ban is Constitutional
Supreme Court Rules Michigan Affirmative Ban is Constitutional
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Samsung Argues over Inflated Patent Damages

Samsung Argues over Inflated Patent Damages     In patent law, to calculate the damages, companies are asked to recreate a “hypothetical” license negotiation; Samsung Electronics Co. says that Apple Inc. patent-infringement Claims of $2.19 billion are 57 times higher than what the Suwon, South Korea-…>read more

No Comment April 22, 2014

Former Deutsche Bank Salesman Admitted to Bribery

Former Deutsche Bank Salesman Admitted to Bribery   A former Deutsche Bank salesman, Shigeru Echigo, has admitted to bribery charges in Tokyo, but Shigeru Echigo, 37, stated that he was only following his bosses’ instructions. According to a report by Bloomberg News, Shigeru Echigo was acting on instructions…>read more

No Comment April 22, 2014

U.S. High Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban

U.S. High Court Upholds Michigan Affirmative Action Ban     The U.S. Supreme Court up-held a voter-approved ban on racial preference in admissions at Michigan’s state-run universities. The decision will provide a path for other state run universities hoping to sanction similar bars. The justices, voting 6-2, said racial…>read more

No Comment April 22, 2014

Supreme Court Rules Michigan Affirmative Ban is Constitutional

Supreme Court Rules Michigan Affirmative Ban is Constitutional   The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that a voter-approved change to the Constitution in Michigan that forbids the public colleges in the state to take race into account when choosing applicants, according to ABC News. The decision won by…>read more

No Comment April 22, 2014

General Motors Co.’s Ignition Switch Lawsuit

General Motors Co.’s Ignition Switch Lawsuit     General Motors Co.’s GM has asked for federal judges in California and in Texas to delay litigation over faulty ignition switches that may compromise public safety. Plaintiffs told a judge in California, according to Bloomberg News that the…>read more

No Comment April 21, 2014

Brokerages and Traders Sued by the City of Providence

Brokerages and Traders Sued by the City of Providence     According to a report by Bloomberg News, Bank of America Corp. and the New York Stock Exchange were among dozens of Wall Street banks and other financial companies that have been sued over high-frequency trading by the city…>read more

No Comment April 21, 2014

Pier 1 Employee Sues Company for Forced Maternity Leave

Pier 1 Employee Sues Company for Forced Maternity Leave   Kimberly Erin Caselman is a sales associated at Pier 1 in San Jose. She told her boss in November that she was two months pregnant, according to the Los Angeles Times.   Her doctor recommended that she not lift…>read more

No Comment April 18, 2014

Coerced into Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty

Coerced into Sex by Using Threat of Tax Penalty     An Oregon man, Vincent Burroughs of Eugene, told ABC News’ “20/20” in April 2013 that he was suing the United States government and IRS agent Dora Abrahamson for “sexual coercion and the violation of Privacy Act.” Vincent Burroughs alleges…>read more

No Comment April 18, 2014

Convicted ‘Ivy League Killer’ Given Maximum Life with No Parole

Convicted ‘Ivy League Killer’ Given Maximum Life with No Parole     In Queens, the convicted ‘Ivy League Killer,’ 35 year old Jason Bohn, cried his way through sentencing when Judge Michael Aloise gave him the maximum of life behind bars with no chance of parole. Bohn, beat his live-in girlfriend,…>read more

No Comment April 16, 2014

Video Shows Prosecutor Being Slammed by Panel of Judges

Video Shows Prosecutor Being Slammed by Panel of Judges   An en banc in the Ninth Circuit involved mockery, one-liners, and keeping it real for more than one hour back in September. The entire exchange between the judges and the lawyers involved in the case was caught on video…>read more

No Comment April 16, 2014

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