Professional wrestler Ric Flair returned to World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE) during the December 2012 event. However, several months before that show, rival promoter Total Nonstop Action (TNA) filed a lawsuit against WWE after Flair reportedly backed out of his TNA contract in order to return to the competitor. The other defendant named in the
Back in November, we wrote about a federal judge ordering Canadian video game developer Silcon Knights to recall and destroy all unsold copies of Too Human. This was the result of a nasty court battle beginning in 2007, and the judge also ordered all other games containing North Carolina-based Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 3 game engine be recalled
Los Angeles Breach of Contract Lawyer | AMD Claims Former Employees Took Over 100K Files to Competitor
The technology news and information website Ars Technica reported that Sunnyvale, California-based chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) filed a lawsuit against four former employees it alleges “collectively downloaded over 100,000 files onto external hard drives in the six months before leaving” to join competing graphics chip maker Nvidia. The company also alleges that the
Los Angeles Breach of Contract Attorney | ‘If You’re Not Paying for the Product,’ You Are Still Able to Sue
Los Angeles Breach of Contract Lawyer | Will Emails Prevent Oakley From Getting Mulligan in Contract with McIlroy?
In a video, professional golfer Rory McIlroy talks about some of the benefits of wearing apparel made by Foothill Ranch, California-based sports equipment manufacturer Oakley, Inc. However, after Fox Sports reported that the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world signed a deal with Nike Golf last month that is worth “at least” $200 million, Oakley
A Wall Street Journal video discusses Marissa Mayer, the businesswoman who was Google’s first female engineer and held key roles with the multinational corporation before being appointed president and CEO of Yahoo in July 2012. The move made the 37-year-old Mayer the youngest CEO of a Fortune 500 company, but she is now facing what
Los Angeles Intellectual Property Infringement Attorney | Ericsson Becomes Latest to File Lawsuit Against Samsung
This past August, a San Jose, California, jury awarded over $1 billion in damages to Apple Inc. in its intellectual property case against Samsung Electronics Co, Ltd. At a hearing tomorrow, Samsung will attempt to have the jury verdict overturned while a judge is also expected to rule on whether to ban several Samsung products from the
Los Angeles Breach of Contract Lawyer | Trade Secret Lawsuit Proves to Be Trump Card; Jury Awards Hallmark $31.3 Million
Kansas City, Missouri-based Hallmark Cards, Inc. has long been the largest manufacturer of greeting cards in the United States ever since being founded over a century ago. For the past seven years, Hallmark had been engaged in a legal dispute with Monitor Company Group of Massachusetts. On November 19, 2012, the Kansas City Star reported
On Wednesday, we referenced a copyright infringement lawsuit that Warner Bros. settled last year in regards to tattoo art it used for “The Hangover Part II.” On November 20, 2012, Bloomberg reported that the estate of late author J.R.R. Tolkien is suing Time Warner Inc.’s Warner Bros. Entertainment unit for alleged copyright infringement and breach of contract. The
Rosetta Stone Helps Consumers Learn Second Languages, but Will Companies Learn from its Settlement with Google?
The Washington Post reported on November 1, 2012, that language learning software developer Rosetta Stone Inc. agreed to drop the trademark infringementlawsuit it filed against Google three years ago after the two companies reached a settlement. Rosetta Stone sued the search site in 2009, accusing it of selling trademarked phrases like “Rosetta Stone” and “language library”