The ongoing talks between Yahoo and Facebook in an attempt to resolve their long-running patent litigation battle have apparently been fruitful, as AllThingsD reported that the two Internet giants have reached an agreement.
Facebook has asked the U.S. Court for the Western District of New York to dismiss Paul Ceglia’s lawsuit claiming he owns half of the company.
Yahoo isn’t making any friends by suing Facebook over 10 alleged patent infringements.
Prestigious law firm Milberg LLP has joined the attorneys representing Paul Ceglia’s ongoing battle for half-ownership of the social network.
Two law firms want to file a class-action suit against Facebook for requiring the use of Credits.
The Paul Ceglia saga is the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to amusement, and the latest chuckle comes in the form of an email address Facebook accused him of concealing during the proceedings: email@example.com. Subtle.
Facebook is looking to land a counterpunch against Timelines.com, responding to the digital scrapbooking company’s claim that it owns the trademark to the word “timeline” by filing a countersuit and seeking to strip the trademark on the grounds that the word is generic.
An amended class-action lawsuit filed against Facebook over its use of members’ names and pictures to promote its friend finder feature suffered the same fate as its pre-amendment predecessor: dismissed by a federal judge in California.
Should Facebook sue Paul Ceglia for fraud and send a message that might hopefully prevent him from attempting another forgery against some other victims?
Barely a month after filing suit against Facebook in a Boston federal court, Cameron and Tyler Winkelvoss plus their business partner Divya Narendra have written a letter to Harvard University President Drew Faust asking her to address his predecessor, Larry Summers’ use of an expletive to describe the twins.