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According to jurors, Samsung's case for why it should only pay $52 million for infringing five Apple patents was full of holes.
New technology scans your face and targets advertising.
A Massachusetts court rules on whether a change of position constitutes solicitation of clients.
Hewlett Packard and CEO Meg Whitman won't easily knock out an investor class action over the company's botched 2011 acquisition of British software firm Autonomy.
Six retired federal judges and thirteen professors of legal ethics filed an amicus brief with the Second Circuit in support of a motion to reconsider the court's decision to remove Judge Shira Scheindlin from the "stop and frisk" cases.
Anti-disparagement provisions allow a company to fine $3,500 for a negative review.
Organizations need incident response plans in place to mitigate harm to their brand and keep their customers.
A federal judge has rejected class action treatment for consumers who claim they were charged for text messaging subscriptions they never requested.