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As iPod antitrust trial against Apple ends, jurors turn their attention to iTunes 7.0
The iPod antitrust trial against Apple is set to be concluded soon as the case has been sent to jurors.
| December 16
Eligible iDevice Owners Now Receiving Emails For Liquid Damage Suit Payout
Apple has agreed to pay $53 million to legacy iDevice owners whose products were wrongly accused of housing working liquid damage indicators (LDIs).
| August 5
Apple Facing Class-Action Lawsuit In Canada Over E-Book Pricing
Three lawsuits filed in Canada against Apple, one given the go ahead.
| April 21
Apple Faces Another Class Action Lawsuit Over Siri's Functionality
Apple may have to pay "relief and damages" in another class action suit.
| March 30
Google's Safari Exploit Draws Privacy-Based Class Action Lawsuit
As expected, Google's been hit with a class action lawsuit in response to last week's Safari snafu.
A.T. Faust III
| February 21
Is AT&T Overcharging Or Are Attorneys Doing What They Do Best?
Just a few days ago, we shared a MSNBC story highlighting supposed AT&T overcharging. I asked myself; is AT&T truly overcharging me or is this another example of lawyers once again doing their best to make millions or billions on a baseless class-action lawsuit?
| May 24