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Japanese tech giant Maxell on Friday slapped Apple with a suit claiming smartphone and tablet technologies used in its iOS devices — including the FaceTime and Find Your Friends features — infringe 10 of Maxell's patents.
Jackson Walker LLP has announced the hiring of a former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency attorney with experience helping clients navigate regulatory issues as a partner in its Dallas office.
A pension fund invested in Baker Hughes Inc. filed a derivative suit Thursday that accuses controlling stockholder General Electric Co. of using its influence over the oil field services company's board to funnel cash to itself amid a liquidity crisis.
The Fifth Circuit has upheld a lower court's decision that Texas can clamp down on the Alabama-Coushatta tribe of Texas' electronic bingo games, saying the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act didn't apply to the tribe's business.
The Texas Supreme Court on Friday wiped out a $17.5 million award for a company that alleged IBM Corp. had made misrepresentations that led it to enter into a software contract, but ordered a new trial on its claim that IBM breached the contract.