Entries in 'Lawsuits' (15)
Destiny composer and ex-Bungie employee Marty O'Donnell has come out on top in his lawsuit against his former company.
Zenimax's lawsuit against Oculus VR and its parent company Facebook will move forward, after separate motions to dismiss by the latter two firms were denied.
The lawsuit against Electronic Arts involving Battlefield 4's poor launch and online performance directly affecting EA's share price has suffered a setback, as a federal judge has ruled against the ...
Capcom is suing fellow Japanese publisher Koei Tecmo for patent infringements that allegedly involve 50 of the latter firm’s titles.
Marty O’Donnell has settled his case against Bungie for terminating the studio’s former composer “without cause.”
Vivendi executives considered firing Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick during last year's buyout deal, according to a new report.
Oculus VR has issued a legal statement denying Zenimax Media's recent claims that former employee John Carmack developed key VR technology for Oculus prior to his resignation from id Software.
Nintendo has won yet another patent battle over its Wii Remote technology, the company has announced.
Halo and Destiny composer Marty O'Donnel is reportedly suing Bungie for unpaid benefits, such as unpaid vacation time and personal days.
Zenimax is taking its grievances with Oculus VR to the courts, reaffirming its previous claim that it wasn't compensated for trade secrets handed to Oculus following the departure of John ...
Mob Wives personality Karen Gravano is suing Rockstar to the tune of $40m, alleging the studio used her likeness and personal history in Grand Theft Auto V.
Sony has settled in a lawsuit brought against the company by former intern Chris Jarvis.
Todd Miller, an Activison Blizzard shareholder, has filed a lawsuit over Activision’s recent purchase of Vivendi’s majority stake in the firm.
Apple and Amazon have settled a lawsuit over the rights to the term ‘app store’ for use in the companies’ respective distribution platforms.
Nintendo has prevailed in the US Court of Appeals to uphold the company’s victory in a patent-infringement case involving the Wii Balance Board.