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A Qualcomm executive took the stand Friday during a California federal bench trial over the Federal Trade Commission's allegations the company's "no license, no chips" practice violates antitrust laws, testifying that it modeled its standard-essential patent process after Google's 2013 consent decree with the FTC.
The New York federal judge who presided over last year’s college basketball corruption trial has criticized the defense team's focus on the fairness of NCAA rules that prevent college players from being paid, saying in a new opinion Thursday that the “amateurism and recruitment rules were not on trial” and expert testimony on the issue could have led the jury to rule on “perceived economic unfairness.”
A Nebraska jury has awarded $3.5 million to a BNSF Railway Co. employee who lost his foot after train cars were moved on a track where he was working.
An Ohio federal judge on Friday blocked drug distributors from trying again to keep racketeering allegations out of a bellwether trial in the opioid multidistrict litigation, rejecting assertions that enormous damages associated with racketeering will hinder settlement talks.
A Michigan federal jury on Friday rejected Jaguar Land Rover Ltd.’s claims that the Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. off-road vehicle named the Can-Am Defender infringed the British automaker’s trademark for the Land Rover Defender.