Swift tried to use copyright to keep her threat of a lawsuit secret.
"Cosby Show" producers say even 7-second clips amount to copyright infringement.
Apple has $120M final resolution in one of its two big cases against Samsung.
Canada's highest court sought to alter search results, but it won't apply in US.
One trade secret, one expert, and Otto Trucking—all kicked out of the case.
Owners of an infamous licensing campaign have now really tried everything.
Equustek won an unprecedented global order, but it's unlikely to stick in the US.
A patent litigation factory was stopped from suing hundreds of small printers.
Asked about the lawsuit, CBS says only that plaintiff will "end up on boot hill."
Small details of a part-time actor's delivery job have become a federal case.
Stone fired off a profanity-laced tirade against a CNN reporter.
"Sound alike" track used by ad firm was too close to Eminem hit "Lose Yourself."
Do states want copyright to sprawl even further? Two have said "no."
Plaintiffs claim that "stack ranking" was stacked against them.
Lawsuit claims "restricted mode filtering" violates free speech rights.
Judge finds there was "a lack of any proper testimony as to specific causation."
Apple wields design as a weapon, a strategy that has led to judicial paralysis.
The company has laid out a "safety calendar" with changes through January.
Cities and states are trying to one-up each other, showing off their best features.
New York's Flatiron School was ordered to alter website, hit with a hefty fine.