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.
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.
An employee went scorched earth when he reviewed the tech company that fired him. Now, they’re suing for $1m.
Zoom agrees to pay $85m in Zoombombing/data privacy lawsuit, part of which would refund its users.
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.
More than a dozen medium-sized internet companies are looking to form a coalition to lobby against sweeping rule changes related to Section 230.
Delaware courts frown upon buyer’s remorse… which is why LVMH looks like it’ll end up buying Tiffany’s after all.
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Dick pics might help the tech giant build better algorithms.
A group of prosecutors and analysts are trying to solve the tech giant’s biggest headache.