Entries in 'court' (57)
Retailer GAME has lost its landmark legal battle against a consortium of landlords.
GAME is being taken to the Court of Appeal by a number of the country’s largest property companies.
Call of Duty publisher Activision will attempt to overturn a court decision that has prevented it from buying out its current owner Vivendi.
The Federation of German Consumer Organisations hopes to have Steam in court by the end of the year.
Viacom has been ordered to pay a $299 million to Harmonix shareholders in a court battle that is now in its third year.
The legal tussle between EA and Zynga appears to be over.
Four former employees of AMD have had a court complaint filed against them following accusations that they slipped secret documents to their new employer Nvidia.
A US judge has thrown out Motorola’s attempt to ban the Xbox 360 over an alleged patent dispute.
Publisher’s hopes of illegalising the sale of pre-owned software have been dashed after the European Court of Justice ruled that the practice is legitimate.
The court case between Activision and former Infinity Ward owners Jason West and Vince Zampella has been delayed amidst rumours of an out-of-court settlement.
Development duties on worldwide hit Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 were nearly taken from Infinity Ward and handed to Treyarch.
The $8m lawsuit against Def Jam Rapstar producer 4mm Games has left the firm “starved for money” and its fate uncertain.
A Dutch court has ordered Netherland’s The Pirate Party to stop publicising ways in which consumers can circumvent blocks put on The Pirate Bay.
The BPI has won a landmark UK legal victory that looks set to force ISPs to block controversial content portal The Pirate Bay in the UK.
The jury in the trial of Norwegian gunman Anders Breivik were yesterday shown images of the accused’s World of Warcraft character.
Record label EMI is suing the developers of music game Def Jam Rapstar in an $8m lawsuit for allegedly not obtaining song rights.
One of the two fraud charges levelled at Activision by former employees and Infinity Ward founders Jason West and Vincent Zampella has been dismissed by a US court.
The Digital Economy Act anti file-sharing legislation received a boost as the Court of Appeal upheld an earlier High Court ruling that backed the DEA.
Online games publisher NCsoft has filed a lawsuit against the developer of MMO game Tera in a bid to block its launch in the US.
Retailer Comet has pledged to fight its corner in the dispute with Microsoft over the manufacturing of 94k Windows recovery discs.
Microsoft and accessory manufacturer Datel have settled their Xbox 360 patent infringement and antitrust cases against each other.
The Quebec Court of Appeal has overturned a Ubisoft injunction against THQ which sought to block the latter from soliciting staff from the French publisher.
Social games giant Zynga has ended its legal action on Brazilian games firm Vostu for alleged copyright infringement.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against publisher EA over its failure to include a free version of digital shooter Battlefield 1943 with the PS3 version of Battlefield 3.
Mojang has been summoned to court to settle a trademark dispute with Bethesda, the Swedish studio’s founder has said.