New Trial Push in Phone Headset Antitrust Case Cites Court's Handling of Deleted Emails
GN Netcom Inc. is asking for a new trial in its antitrust case against Plantronics Inc., arguing that a Delaware federal judge did not go far enough in punishing its opponent for deleting emails that provided germane evidence in the case.
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The custodian appointed to oversee the court-ordered sale of TransPerfect Global Inc. has told employees that Philip R. Shawe had reached an agreement to buy out the shares of rival Elizabeth Elting, an unexpected move that could resolve years of heated litigation over control of the profitable translation-services company.
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