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Another lawsuit falls into Robert Sillerman’s lap, adds to list of SFX woes

For those who follow the electronic music industry, news of SFX seems to come in far too frequently as of late. From disasters in trying to re-privatize or sell the company to lawsuits and the TomorrowWorld tragedy, the company has been battered into oblivion by industry folk and fans alike. On the heels of a $100 million lawsuit against owner […]

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deadmau5 files $10 million lawsuit against Play Records

deadmau5 has sought legal action against Play Records – a Canadian electronic music label and publisher – for damages over a slew of unsanctioned remixes and mashups. When Joel Zimmerman was still a burgeoning artist in 2006, he was loosely involved with Play Records as he had agreed to create two remixes for its President, Meleny “Melleefresh” Brown. He […]

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Roger Rodas’ widow suing Porsche over Carrera GT crash

Filed under: Government/Legal, Porsche Investigations undertaken by local law enforcement may have vindicated Porsche from any wrongdoing in the crash that killed actor Paul Walker and racing driver Roger Rodas last year, but the latter’s widow is apparently not convinced. According to emerging reports, Kristine Rodas has filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages from Porsche […]

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Former Porsche boss Wiedeking won’t face criminal charges over VW bid

Filed under: Europe, Government/Legal, Porsche, Volkswagen Hedge fund managers have been suing Porsche for years now, alleging that the car company lied about its intentions during its failed attempt to take over Volkswagen, a gambit that caused them billion in losses. Over the same period, authorities in Stuttgart built a criminal case against former CEO […]

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SEC investigating GM for ignition switch recall

Filed under: Government/Legal, Recalls, GM The aftershocks of General Motors’ ignition switch recall keep coming. First, the automaker announced that it saw an 86-percent decrease in net income for the first quarter of 2014 partially due to recall-related expenses. Now, a recent Securities and Exchange Committee filing from GM shows that it’s facing a plethora […]

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Mercedes Sprinter vans with leaky A/C units prompt class-action suit [w/video]

Filed under: Minivan/Van, Government/Legal, Videos, Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz is known for packing its cars with luxury features, but the rear passengers in some Sprinter vans are getting a shower that they don’t expect. The rear air conditioning system is reportedly leaking in some models, and owners are boiling mad. A class-action lawsuit was filed in California […]

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BREAKING: Judge denies last-ditch effort by Google, Apple to have wage fixing lawsuit tossed. Trial begins May 27

TODAY: United States District Judge Lucy Koh has denied the final attempt by Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe to have the class action lawsuit involving the “Techtopus” hiring collusion scandal tossed out. Summing up her denial, Judge Koh wrote: The similarities in the various agreements, the small number of intertwining high-level executives who entered into […]

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HTC One Mini sales to be blocked in UK following court ruling

HTC One Mini

HTC One also at risk of ban

A British judge has ruled that HTC must stop selling its One Mini handset in the UK from this Friday, Dec. 6, after finding that it infringed upon Nokia’s patents. A report from Bloomberg states that the HTC One was also found to breach certain Nokia patents, but Judge Richard Arnold delayed any action against that product to give HTC the chance to appeal, as a sales ban of the flagship handset could “considerably” damage the company.

HTC had argued that the offending part was “a very small component” and thus didn’t justify a sales ban.

Nokia says that it’s also claiming financial compensation in the case, according to a statement given to Bloomberg, and that HTC has agreed not to import any more of the infringing products into the UK pending an appeal.

We’ve reached out to HTC for comment and we’ll update this post with any official statement. In the meantime, UK buyers looking to pick up a One Mini would be advised to do so before Friday.

Update: And here’s what HTC has to say:

“HTC is pleased by the decision of the High Court of England and Wales to stay an injunction against certain chipsets, including those in our flagship HTC One, pending the outcome of our appeal against the validity and infringement of Nokia’s EP 0 998 024  patent.  Whilst the Court also granted an injunction that affects other third party chipsets, we have filed urgent application to appeal.  In the meantime, we are working with our chip suppliers to explore alternative solutions . As always, HTC’s primary focus is on supporting our customers and ensuring minimal disruption to them and our business. Rest assured that our award winning HTC One handset will be available as usual.”

Source: Bloomberg


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Telemarketing laws change tomorrow: Here’s what you need to know

Tomorrow could be the first day of the rest of your life. That is, if you consider the day when you stop getting annoying telemarketing calls the genesis of a new existence. Starting October 16, the Federal Trade Commission will begin implementing new rules to its Telephone Consumer Protection Act to better handle mobile calls and texts from telemarketing…


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