Don't-Miss Legal Stories
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.
BlackBerry alleges the Typo keyboard is an 'obvious knock-off' of its own keyboards.
The company has made efforts to launch an antitrust compliance program after fighting against outside oversight, the monitor says
The company clarifies that emails are automatically scanned to provide users with tailored advertising and better search results
A US judge blasts Typo's bond request as 'wildly inappropriate' as a sales ban looms
“You. Ma’am. You in the front row,” the judge ordered. Seems a few too many cell phones are gumming up the courtroom’s Wi-Fi.
Serenity Caldwell and Dan Moren link arms to discuss the Apple-related news of the week, including explosive executive emails, Fire TV versus Apple TV, and the awesomeness of Monument Valley.
Apple experts told a jury that Samsung's infringement was large and significantly hurt Apple.
Technical talk marked a day focused on the specifics behind one Apple patent
The former Apple CEO planned to speak of a holy war during a 2010 management retreat, according to court exhibits