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WWE Wrestlers Sue, IRS Stands By

World Wrestling Entertainment has been slapped with a brain damage claims by wrestlers hoping for class action status. They may get it, but what lawsuit recoveries are taxed by the IRS?

The MacBook Defect That Apple Doesn’t Want You to Know About

6 days agoTechnology : Walyou

After filing a class action lawsuit against Apple, consumers allege that the company purposefully hid a a MacBook Pro defect from …

Class action lawsuit alleges Apple intentionally hid MacBook defects

Remember that massive 2011 MacBook Pro graphics problem that affected thousands of users where Apple failed to provide a definitive fix? Unhappy 2011 MacBook Pro owners eventually took matters into their own hands by taking Apple to court in a class action suit in late October. Show More Summary

Apple, Google, Intel, And Adobe Agree To Pay $415 Million To Settle Antitrust Case

Tech giants hope to avoid going to court, revealing more unseemly details. Four tech giants—Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe—hope that they can settle a long-running class action lawsuit, by agreeing to pay a total of $415 million to avoid going to trial. The sum was revealed in a court filing yesterday. Read Full Story

Woman sues pantyhose maker for failing to deliver ad’s promise of orgasmic experience

last weekNews : The Raw Story

A New York woman is suing a clothing manufacturer for false advertising after a pair of tights she bought failed to produce an orgasmic experience, Gothamist reports. Meng Wang filed a class action lawsuit against Gildan Outerwear, the maker of Kushyfoot Shaping Tights, “seeking redress for...

Apple and Google want to settle no-poaching lawsuit for $415 million

Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel do not want to go to trial in April -- they've made that clear by agreeing to a $415 million settlement for the no-poaching class action lawsuit filed by over 60,000 employees years ago. The companies originally offered...

Apple and other tech giants will pay $415m to settle anti-poaching case

It’s been a long hard slog for all involved but the 64,000-person class action anti-poaching lawsuit brought against four major tech companies, including Apple, is finally over. The companies — which also included Google, Intel, and Adobe — reportedly agreed … Read more ›

Apple, Google agree to pay $415M to settle 'no-poach' class action suit

Apple, Google and two other Silicon Valley tech companies have agreed to pay out $415 million to settle an anti-trust class action lawsuit alleging so-called "no-poach" measures artificially suppressed employee salaries.

Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe agree to pay $415M to settle poaching suit

Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe have agreed to pay $415 million to resolve a class action antitrust lawsuit filed by tech workers who said the companies made an agreement to not hire each other’s employees. The suit, from 2011, accuses the companies of limiting job mobility and therefor holding down salaries. The settlement is $90.5 million more than […]

Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe reach $415 million settlement with tech workers

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Four Silicon Valley companies including Apple Inc and Google Inc agreed to pay $415 million to resolve an antitrust class action lawsuit by tech workers who accused the firms of conspiring to avoid poaching each other’s employees, according to a court filing on Thursday. Plaintiffs accused...

Apple, Google Settle U.S. Poaching Lawsuit For $415 Million

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Four Silicon Valley companies including Apple Inc and Google Inc agreed to pay $415 million to resolve an antitrust class action lawsuit by tech workers who accused the firms of conspiring to avoid poaching each other's employees, according to a court filing on Thursday. Show More Summary

Lawsuit: Pennsylvania Unlawfully Delaying Health Coverage for Low-Income Women

Two women’s health groups along with a state resident on Tuesday filed a class action lawsuit against the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, alleging that the department systematically delayed enrolling 85,000 low-income women...Show More Summary

Apple, Google, and Other Tech Giants Reach $415M Settlement in Poaching Suit

On Tuesday night, Reuters reported that four Silicon Valley firms have agreed to a settlement that resolves a long-standing class action lawsuit by engineers, who accused the firms of colluding to keep wages down by agreeing not to poach each other's employees. The post Apple, Google, and Other Tech Giants Reach $415M Settlement in Poaching Suit appeared first on WIRED.

Apple proposes a new settlement to anti-poaching lawsuit

After almost four years of fighting a court case, Apple and three other large tech companies have finally reached a deal to end the class action lawsuit against them for the anti-poaching agreements that established with one another. First filed … Read more ›

Sony Hack: How the Studio Will (Likely) Handle All Those Lawsuits

Eight (and counting) class actions have the studio considering strategies from workers' comp settlements to an all-out defense. read more

Apple, Adobe, Google and Intel close to settling lawsuit over poaching employees

Apple, Adobe, Google and Intel have agreed to a new settlement deal to resolve an antitrust class action lawsuit filed against them, reports reports Recode. The lawsuit, first filed in 2011, accused the firms of limiting job mobility. Show More Summary

Apple, Google agree to new settlement in anti-poaching class action suit

According to a court filing on Tuesday, both Apple and Google have agreed to new terms to settle a class action lawsuit alleging artificial suppression of wages through cross-company anti-poaching measures.

Sony Hacking Class Actions Set To Become One Big Lawsuit

EXCLUSIVE: If you thought more major fallout from the hacking of Sony Pictures by North Korea late last year and the attempted asphyxiating of The Interview was over, the federal courts have something to tell you. Earlier this week,Show More Summary

Bell Mobility Loses Appeal of Class Action Lawsuit Over Fees for Non-Existent 911 Services

The Northwest Territories Court of Appeal has ruled that Bell Mobility is indeed accountable to thousands of cellphone subscribers in the country’s three northern territories regarding fees for non-existent 911 services, and that the judge presiding in the (territory’s first class-action) lawsuit case was correct. The story began in 2007 when Yellowknife residents James and [...]

Disney, DreamWorks Animation & Sony Want Antitrust Class Action Tossed

Just over a month after the trio of class-action lawsuits against Disney, Sony, DreamWorks Animation and other animation studios were consolidated into a single complaint, some of the heavyweight defendants in the alleged anti-poaching...Show More Summary

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