EA's lawyer, Keker & Van Nest partner Susan Harriman, told jurors the programmer who designed the first version of "Madden" has gotten every cent he was owed
Originally Published: The Recorder
Electronic Arts Inc. faces trial next month in a case brought by a former college football player who claims its employees copied his source code to develop the company's successful Madden NFL footba
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...if unsuccessful, a federal judge in Pittsburgh has ruled in denying defendant Nintendo's motion for attorney fees. U.S. District Judge David...
...issued by her court last year in Copper Innovations Group v. Nintendo, concluding, "This result is plainly undesirable, as 'the liberalization of...
The previous column in this series — "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Class of 2011: The Cloud" — discussed cloud computing and what it means to corporate counsel
Twas the deadline before Christmas (and in the middle of Hanukkah) and not an idea was stirring for my column. In this season of spending, I found myself … spent … but, once again, on d
'Twas the deadline before Christmas (and in the middle of Hanukah) and not an idea was stirring for my column. In this season of spending, I found myself … spent … but, once again, on d
...did four years ago. Court won't hear Nintendo patent case WASHINGTON (AP) -The Supreme Court won...
...Nintendo Co. Ltd.'s lawyers at Seattle's Perkins Coie asked an Arkansas...
...to see who could go the longest without urinating to win a Nintendo Wii game console. Strange was found dead in her home...
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