The US Patent and Trademark Office may be the key battleground in today's high-tech lawsuits, but it's also home to a trove of inventions that have fallen into the public domain. Now patent lawyer Martin Galese is trying to bring some 21st century tech to the charming ideas ...
Patent trolls who fail to prove their case in court could be forced to pay legal costs, if a new bipartisan bill comes into law.
This week, music was inevitably plagued with controversy involving lawsuits, tragedy, politically incorrect statements and more.
A libertarian thinktank devoted to rubbishing climate change is threatening to sue anybody commenting on certain leaked documents - even where the papers are genuine, it says.
Facebook has threatened to file a lawsuit against a man who recently changed his name to Mark Zuckerberg.
The public war between Samsung and Apple is getting ugly. And Samsung is taking the aggressiveness to a new level.
Apple said today that it has filed a lawsuit in South Korea which accuses Samsung Electronics of copying its products.
By the end of Napster’s reign in the 90s it seemed like downloading one Britney Spears song would instantly land you in the slammer and cost you millions of dollars. No one was safe. Well, if you thought you were in the P2P sharing clear, you thought wrong.