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Judge: Evidence shows Apple colluded to fix e-book prices

In a pretrial hearing for the antitrust lawsuit, a judge says the Justice Department will be able to show direct evidence that Apple "facilitated a conspiracy to raise prices of e-books."

By May 23, 2013


Apple lands in Chinese court to battle Siri patent suit

With a pretrial hearing today, the case pits Apple against Zhizhen Network Technology, which claims a patent for the voice-recognition software used by Siri.

By March 27, 2013


Galaxy Nexus reappears in Google Play store

After the temporary lifting of a pretrial ban on U.S. sales of the device, the smartphone is once again available for purchase on Google Play.

By July 7, 2012


Galaxy Nexus ban temporarily lifted

A federal appeals court temporarily lifts a pretrial injunction on sales, imposed by a lower court, while it considers whether to outright toss or uphold the injunction.

By July 6, 2012


Jammie Thomas suffers pretrial setback in copyright case

Federal judge has denied a motion made by defendant's lawyers to suppress evidence gathered by MediaSentry. Judge also won't allow her to argue fair use.

By June 11, 2009


Judge issues order in WiLAN's patent lawsuit

The judge hearing the patent infringement lawsuit filed by WiLAN against Intel, HP, Apple, and other tech giants issues a key pretrial order.

By September 21, 2010


Lawyers shine light on real cloud concerns

The legal profession is showing a marked increase in interest in the effects of cloud computing on everything from pretrial evidence and privacy to employment law and liability. Its about time.

By July 14, 2009


Court rules in Oracle's favor on access to evidence

The software maker wins a small battle in the PeopleSoft case, with a pretrial ruling that preserves the rights of its attorneys to review sensitive information submitted by competitors.

By March 19, 2004


Short Take: Government favors media access to Gates interviews

Antitrust prosecutors told a federal appeals court that it should affirm a lower court ruling granting reporters access to pretrial interviews of Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and other top executives. Earlier, Microsoft appealed a ruling by U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson holding that an 85-year-old law requires the depositions to be open to the public. In its brief filed today, the government said that "doubts about the wisdom of statute provide no basis for judicial repeal of the law."

September 23, 1998


DOJ: No appeal for Microsoft

Federal trustbusters argue that the company's appeal request to bar the public from pretrial depositions should not be granted.

August 14, 1998