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US Supreme Court will not hear Samsung’s appeal in patent loss to Apple

With the Supreme Court not wanting to hear Samsung's appeal, the company might be out of options as far as this case is concerned.
Williams PelegrinNovember 6, 20171021 shares

Google back in court today against Oracle, deciding the copyright status of Android APIs

Google and Oracle are heading back to court today, this time to decide the copyright status of the 37 Java APIs used in Android and any potential damages.
Kris CarlonMay 9, 2016322 shares

Samsung demands patent law review, thinks the system is “antiquated”

Samsung has filed a petition with the U. S. Supreme Court requesting a review of the patent law system. The last time patent law was addressed by the Supreme Court was in the late 1800s.
Kris CarlonJanuary 19, 2016720 shares

Samsung officially takes the Apple Patent case to the Supreme Court

Today Samsung filed a 219-page appeal requesting that the Supreme Court rule on the legitimacy of Apple’s patent infringement case.
John DyeDecember 14, 20151373 shares

Samsung agrees to pay $548 million to Apple for patent infringement

Samsung says they'll pay Apple for damages, but it's clear the battle isn't over yet.
John DyeDecember 4, 20152767 shares

US appeals court says a warrant is required for authorities to obtain cell phone location data

A U.S. appeals court ruled Wednesday that in order for authorities to obtain a suspect's cell phone location data, a probable-cause warrant under the Fourth Amendment is required.
Jimmy WestenbergAugust 6, 2015684 shares

Authorities may soon need a warrant to access a suspect’s cell phone location records

A recent petition submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court will hopefully settle the ongoing debate as to whether or not authorities need a court-ordered warrant to access cell-site location ...
Jimmy WestenbergJuly 31, 2015415 shares
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