Entries in 'courts' (13)
California State Senator Leland Lee, known for his legislative efforts to restrict minors' access to violent video games, has been arrested by the FBI on charges of bribery and corruption.
A Federal Trade Commission complaint has Apple readying a pay out of at least $32.5m to consumers the company billed for unauthorized in-app purchases.
A jury has awarded Microsoft $15m in damages following a patent infringement lawsuit filed by Motorola.
A federal judge has denied GameStop's motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit filed against the retail chain.
Nintendo has prevailed again in its defense of its Wiimote patents against hardware company Motiva’s accusations of infringement.
A federal jury has found Nintendo guilty of patent infringement relating to the glasses-free stereoscopic 3D tech used in 3DS devices.
Former Gamestop vice president Frank Christopher Olivera has been sentenced to 51 months in federal prison for committing fraud.
A request from the British Phonographic Industry for ISPs to block access to three additonal torrent sharing sites has been rebuffed.
Former Call of Duty developers Jason West and Vince Zampella have settled their lawsuit with Activision.
The class action lawsuit filed by former NCAA athletes accusing EA of using their likenesses without providing compensation of any kind will continue on, following denial of the publisher’s request ...
Infinity Ward co-founders and defunct Activision employees Jason West and Vince Zampella will be taking their former publisher to court next month.
The Court of Appeal in France has followed the UK’s lead in effectively illegalising the sale of the DS piracy device R4.
Up until yesterday ModernWarfare3.com was not owned by Activision. Now, however, it is.