The more insane are protected
In an interesting move for crime in the US, the Supreme Court has decided that victims of stalkers have to prove they faced a real threat.
You did not really invent it, deal with it
The US Supreme Court declined to hear Apple's bid to revive an effort to cancel three Qualcomm smartphone patents.
Refuses to hear Apple patent appeal
The US Supreme Court took time out of its busy schedule of turning the country into a US fundamentalist Christian state by telling US women what they may do with their own bodies to tell Apple it could not be bothered listening to its Appeal against two Qualcomm patents (US Patent No. 7,844,037 and US Patent No. 8,683,362).
Decided not to pursuit
The four year legal battle is over. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has decided not to appeal the 9th Circuit's decision, against the claim that Qualcomm's business model and practice were anti-competitive. To refresh your memory, the verdict that included a vote from three judges was unanimous in Qualcomm's favor.
You stole it now pay for it
The US Supreme Court snubbed an Apple bid to avoid paying about $440 million in damages for using patent licensing firm VirnetX Inc’s internet security technology without permission in features such as FaceTime video calling.
The antitrust case should proceed
Fruity Cargo cult Apple’s bid to get an antitrust case thrown out by the Supreme Court before any evidence was made public has failed.
Is a 30 percent cut too high for apps?
Apple’s 30 percent cut on software distribution at its iPhones store is being looked at by the US Supreme Court today.
The Supreme Court will review a 2011 class-action lawsuit against Apple, accusing the company of operating an illegal monopoly by not allowing iPhone users to download mobile apps outside of its own App Store and reduce consumer choice.
Patent troll hunting might be a thing of the past
A Supreme Court appeal could mean an end to East Texas’s control of patent trolling is going to be heard soon.
We are not gangsters really
Fruity Cargo cult Apple is hoping that the US Supreme Court will throw out a case in which its Messiah, Steve Jobs was found guilty of running an illegal cartel with the leading publishers which conspired to push up the price of books.