Telstra today won a legal battle against NBN Co in the NSW Supreme Court, with the national broadband company set to pay the telco an extra AU$200 million unless it successfully appeals the ruling.
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Apple has reached an out-of-court settlement and will potentially pay millions in damages to lay an antitrust lawsuit regarding ebook price fixing to rest.
Latest court ruling states Oracle can be granted copyright protection for its Java APIs, opening up a legal precedent that could affect the thousands of APIs out there.
Appeals court doesn't examine constitutional issues raised by Lavabit and finds against them for legal errors.
The case may end up at the Supreme Court eventually — but it likely won't end up there until lower courts hand it up the judicial chain.
Oracle gets a legal victory in a Nevada federal court, but so does Rimini Street. Customers need to read a judge's ruling and Rimini's workaround plans.
Despite legal bids by Cisco to scupper the deal, a top EU court has approved the merger. But the video conferencing giant can still appeal the ruling.
Network operator Chorus launches two-pronged attack on the regulator's decision to slash the price it can charge for broadband access over New Zealand's legacy copper network.
The U.S. National Security Agency may have "court-sanctioned" legal powers to tap into the servers of Silicon Valley giants, which are fighting back against secretive gagging orders. But what happens if they lose their legal battle? What the lawyers are saying may surprise you.
The lab, located in the state of Tripura and to be fully operational by January 2014, will make court case related information available, in a bid to decentralize legal services across India and make the judicial system more efficient.
The Supreme People's Court is now able to designate the jurisdiction of intellectual property lawsuits to grassroot courts as China looks to cope with an increase in such legal disputes.
The Association of Jewish Students in France (UEJF) has taken fresh legal action against Twitter for not complying with a previous court order compelling it to share data that might help identify the authors of anti-Semitic or racist tweets.
An appeal against a High Court decision, which has allowed Kim Dotcom to sue the New Zealand government for illegally spying on him, has been overturned.
AT&T has won partial reinstatement of a price-fixing lawsuit against firms including AU Optronics and Samsung Display Co.
The UK-based vendor has stopped pursuing the government departments in a legal battle over software licensing after both departments agreed to settle out of court.
A Belgian consumer group has decided enough is enough, and plans to see Apple in court over consumer rights.
Tweeting from New South Wales courts may be a thing of the past, with the state government looking to ban the use of electronic devices in court.
The Justice Department and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office have recommended that patent-related sales bans should be a rarity in court.
Russian company, who owns part of Sistema Shyam Teleservices, is requesting India's court to reinstate its cancelled 2G licenses by Dec. 24 or face legal action worth "billions of dollars in damages".
The Austrian student group Europe-v-Facebook wants to go to court to force Facebook to do more to protect the data privacy of its users. To finance the legal battle, the group is turning to crowdfunding.
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