Don't-Miss Legal Stories
With the conclusion of the latest Apple v. Samsung case, Kurt Eichenwald dissects the conflict between the two megalithic technology companies and the run-up to litigation.
The jury returned Monday to fix an error it made Friday in its damages calculations
Apple vs. Samsung: What is it good for? The same goes for Google+, iTunes, and location-based applications. Apparently we're all grumpy. With guests Philip Michaels, Dan Miller, and Leah Yamshon.
The jury asks what Jobs said when he decided to go after Samsung, and whether or not he cared about Google.
Dan Frakes joins Chris Breen to talk about the dilution of ComiXology, new MacBook Airs, the thing we once called Net Neutrality, and a hiring settlement.
Four-week jury trial begins closing arguments as Apple demands $2 billion in damages.
Samsung lawyers were on the hotspot in front of an angry Judge Koh as a result of a remark made by one of their witnesses
Each side could get addiitonal time for testimony as a result of a federal appeals court ruling Friday
As the case approaches its end, the attention of lawyers turns to the questions asked of the jury.
The class-action suit accused companies of entering into secret agreements not to hire workers.
Whether it's the kind that grows on trees or the kind that makes the world go around, Apple's all about the green.
Google took over the defense of some of Samsung's case and agreed to cover some costs.
The companies have paid tens of millions of dollars to lawyers and hundreds of thousands of dollars to witnesses.
Plaintiffs say materials such as Walter Isaacson's biography are permissible as evidence. Others call it character assassination.