A Federal Circuit panel appears ready to hand a big win to Oracle by reversing a district judge's ruling that basic elements of the Java programming language cannot be copyrighted. Oracle has accused Google of stealing elements of Java for its Android mobile operating system.
The justices on Tuesday considered the issue of federal preemption under the Airline Deregulation Act in a suit brought by a man who was terminated from Northwest Airlines' frequent flyer program because he allegedly abused his membership by complaining too much.
The American Bar Association has censured and fined Rutgers School of Law-Camden $25,000 for admitting students who had not taken the Law School Admission Test.
A federal judge has rejected RPX Corp.'s motion to dismiss claims that it conspired with leading Android manufacturers to boycott patents held by Cascades Computer Innovation, a nonpracticing entity.
Pouncing on Samsung Electronics Corp. and Quinn Emanuel for spilling its business secrets, Nokia Corp. has proposed a price for the offense: $50,000 a day until it's fixed. Samsung faces a hearing on the matter next week.
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