Verizon's management retirees have gained class action status for their case against the telco's move to sell 41,000 protected pensions to The Prudential Insurance Company of America.
In a decision that could allow Aereo to partner with pay TV providers, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a request from Fox, CBS, NBC and 14 other broadcasters that have been fighting for an injunction to shutter the Internet video platform.
While Dish Network won a $4.86 million from its breach-of-contract suit against ESPN, the judgment from a federal jury on Thursday was far less than the $153 million it had been seeking.
Google on Wednesday filed a lawsuit charging that BT infringed on four of its patents, contradicting its previous stance that suing other companies over patents is an "attack on innovation."
An Ontario Superior Court on Monday dismissed charges of fraud against three former senior executives at telecom equipment supplier Nortel.
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York on Jan. 7 ruled that Windstream is entitled obtain a large piece of the injunction bond from its wholesale service customer U.S. D.I.D. Corp., a telecom service reseller.
Cablevision sued the Communications Workers of America, alleging the union has "engaged in an unlawful campaign to discredit and libel Cablevision and its business."
A legal effort to block Verizon's plan to convert pension obligations to an annuity, saying it would cause harm to retirees, was denied by a Texas court on Friday.
The lawsuit Cablevision and former unit AMC Networks filed against Dish Network over the satellite TV provider's refusal to carry AMC and Dish's exit from the companies' Voom HD joint venture has taken some bizarre turns in the courtroom.
A federal judge in New York denied a request by Fox, CBS, NBC 14 other broadcasters to shut down Aereo's streaming video platform in a ruling that could give cable operators leverage in their retransmission-consent negotiations with TV stations.