The Supreme Court heard two cases against the Biden admin’s stalled plan to forgive $400B in student loan debt.
Lindt and Sprüngli has been trying to stop companies from copying its signature chocolate bunny for years.
Plus, the port of LA literally doesn’t sound stressful at all.
The Uber Files include 124k+ leaked internal documents that shed light on some dubious behavior.
A long-time Vegas tradition may be upended as the company that licenses Elvis merch goes after the city’s wedding industry.
Nike’s lawsuit against StockX could set legal precedents for NFTs for years to come.
A Florida restaurant group says Google is nabbing customers’ orders by sending them to an “unauthorized online storefront.”
The Texas two-step is a maneuver companies use to shuffle liabilities and shield assets.
Roblox sued a YouTuber who it claims harassed employees and users in myriad ways, including posting bogus terrorist threats.
Plus: Train theft and Disney’s descendants.
Any woman who worked at Riot Games from 2014 on is eligible for a piece of its class-action settlement.
A California court decided a widow and her daughters can sue her employer over workplace COVID exposure.
Peloton stock fell sharply after an unflattering feature in HBO’s “Sex and the City” reboot, and the company may be able to take legal action.
Another round of The Facebook Papers highlight shortcomings in the platform’s safety. Meanwhile, Google’s monopolistic ad exchange model is exposed in an unredacted lawsuit.
Cities and food delivery apps are fighting over caps on the fees restaurants pay to use them.
A federal judge ruled that Apple is *not* a monopolist. But, now, the iPhone maker has to allow developers to steer their users to other payment options.
With Right to Repair legislation, the government is looking to give consumers more options when repairing their devices.
You might want to rethink calling something “onion snacks” if it doesn't contain any onion.
Apple is paying $100m to developers who have paid “excessive commissions” and letting them email users about alternative payment options. Is it enough?
An employee went scorched earth when he reviewed the tech company that fired him. Now, they’re suing for $1m.
Sega is being sued for $5m over its rigged arcade game, “Key Master.”
A roundup of the week’s most interesting numbers, with insights from Nestle, lawyers bullying Amazon, and another cargo ship making waves.
Corporations are protecting against employee misdeeds by changing the terms on how bonuses are paid out.
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Be careful what commonly-used terms and concepts you deploy. A hedge fund might try to sue you.
Welcome to “interop.”