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Magazine articles on the legal system.
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August 31, 2007
Andy Patrizio
Antitrust Group Encourages Investigation Of Intel AMD's newest ally in its antitrust battle with Intel is the American Antitrust Institute, which sent a letter to U.S. Federal Trade Commission Chair Deborah Majoras urging the FTC to formally investigate "Intel's monopolization conduct in microchips." mark for My Articles 1080 similar articles
August 30, 2007
Andy Patrizio
Microsoft Settles Eolas Suit The long-running legal battle between Microsoft and Eolas Technologies, which Microsoft was losing, has been settled. The two firms agreed to an undisclosed settlement that resolves the case. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
Global Services
August 28, 2007
Amrita Singh
The Leap OF LPOs The Borat case is being handled out of a little-known city in South India. So is legal research for Al Pacino's next film. These are the signs that Legal Process Offshoring is beginning to mature and go beyond just tedious transcriptions and basic research. mark for My Articles 70 similar articles
August 29, 2007
Erin Joyce
Oracle, SAP Spar Over Discovery The legal strategy is unfolding between enterprise software rivals Oracle and SAP over Oracle's lawsuit charging that SAP stole massive amounts of its intellectual property. mark for My Articles 1376 similar articles
September 2007
Sarah Goldstein
Update The Supreme Court overturned a law intended to promote competition by barring manufacturers from engaging in price fixing. mark for My Articles 37 similar articles
Registered Rep.
August 24, 2007
Halah Touryalai
Overtime Claims Make Their Way To Schwab The lawyers involved in a number of overtime cases against major wirehouse firms, including UBS and Merrill Lynch, filed a new one against Charles Schwab in July. mark for My Articles 316 similar articles
September 3, 2007
Jonathan Berr
Shaky Times For Munis Depending on how the U.S. Supreme Court rules on an obscure point of tax law in its next session, the normally sleepy municipal bond market could be turned upside-down. mark for My Articles 813 similar articles
National Defense
September 2007
D'Agostino & Connolly
Contractors See Rise in Fraud Counterclaim Government contract fraud counterclaims are on the rise, and court decisions increasingly are recognizing fraud liability. mark for My Articles 163 similar articles
August 21, 2007
David Heleniak
PC Feminism and the DV Courts Studies of domestic violence have consistently revealed that women are at least as likely as men to commit domestic violence, but PC feminists have pushed the idea that women don't commit domestic violence so far that they've influenced the courts. mark for My Articles 266 similar articles
August 21, 2007
Michael Myser
Need Some Cash? Sue Google! Everyone Else is Doing It. Claiming everything from patent, trademark, and copyright infringement to fraud, dozens of companies have decided that the time is right to cash in by hitting Google with a barrage of lawsuits. Do any have a case? You be the judge. mark for My Articles 1154 similar articles
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