Antitrust Class Action Against Silicon Valley Tech Giants Might Reach Settlement

Major Antitrust Class Action Against Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe Reaches Settlement In 2010, the United States Department of Justice revealed that four major players in Silicon Valley – Apple Inc, Google, Intel, and Adobe – all had secret deals not to hire each other’s engineers, or “prevent poaching,” which the employees viewed as employment … [Read more...]

New Class Action Claims Apple Lied About iOS8 Storage

Latest Class Action Claims Against Apple States that Company Lied About Storage Capacity of iOS8 Devices Just after tech giant Apple won a lawsuit claiming the company broke antitrust laws when it forced iPod users to exclusively use iTunes for music purchases, the company is hit with another lawsuit – this time, a class action claims that Apple … [Read more...]

Apple Wins iTunes Antitrust Lawsuit

Apple Wins $1 Billion Antitrust Lawsuit Over iTunes and iPods After just a week at trial, the 10-year-old antitrust lawsuit claiming Apple intentionally bricked iPods that did not exclusively use iTunes went to deliberation, and the technology company won. On December 16th, the California jury found that Apple did not violate antitrust laws by … [Read more...]

Apple Antitrust Lawsuit Stumbles Through First Week

Apple Antitrust Lawsuit Loses Two Plaintiffs, Backup Plaintiffs Called In The decade-old Apple antitrust class action lawsuit, against Apple, for forcing iPod users to exclusively use iTunes has hit some stumbling blocks in the first week, after two plaintiffs were dropped from the lawsuit, and the class action attorneys filed five replacement … [Read more...]

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