legal

Qualcomm finally gets a legal win in Taiwan

The Qualcomm lawyers are building a reputation as the hardest working in the industry, though at least they no-longer have to battle the Taiwanese Fair Trade Commission.

SFR gets fined for the print of its fine print

French telco SFR has lost its argument in the Paris Court of Appeal for illegal and abusive clauses, with the ruling also noting font size T&Cs was too small for the consumer to fully appreciate the contract.

Apple files countersuit against Qualcomm… again

It’s been a quiet couple of weeks for Qualcomm and Apple, so we really should have expected another chapter in the courtroom tale. This time Apple is suing Qualcomm for patent infringement.

Apple and Nokia kiss and make up

In a stark contrast to Apple’s usual business activities, the iLeader has settled its litigation disputes with Nokia surprisingly quickly and all is rosy now.

Qualcomm ramps litigation frenzy even further

After Apple stopped the flow of cash into the Qualcomm pockets, the chip maker seems to be trying to fall out with everyone else too as it drags another four organizations into the courtroom.

UK launches online speechcrime crusade

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has released guidance which has set out the range of offences for which social media users could face prosecution.

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