Author: Mike LaSusa

Match Accuses Tinder Co-Founder Of Swiping Trade Secrets

Tinder co-founder Sean Rad violated trade secret protection agreements by making copies of his work emails and other documents, Tinder owner Match Group Inc. and its parent company said in a suit filed in New York state court…

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Hospitalized Man Asks To Pause FCA Suit Over Blood Tests

Attorneys for a patient who brought a False Claims Act suit accusing eight companies of receiving Medicare payouts for unnecessary blood testing kits asked a Massachusetts federal court Wednesday to put the case on hold due to their client’s recent hospitalization…

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Prosecutors Give Peek At Evidence Of Manafort’s Alleged Lies

Prosecutors working for special counsel Robert Mueller made public a heavily redacted filing Tuesday laying out evidence that former Donald Trump presidential campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied to federal investigators in violation of an agreement last year in which Manafort pled guilty to obstructing Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference…

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PTAB Nixes Patent In Suit Over Google ‘Lucky’ Button

Google LLC scored a win in its fight with Israeli company Spring Ventures Ltd. over the technology behind the search giant’s “I’m Feeling Lucky” feature, when the Patent Trial and Appeal Board on Tuesday said Spring Ventures’ patent for web searches without exact site addresses is invalid due to obviousness…

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Calif. Judge Accused Of 20-Year Pattern Of Sex Harassment

A California appeals judge engaged in a two-decade pattern of misbehavior that included repeatedly groping a fellow judge, making unwanted sexual advances toward police officers and appearing drunk while purportedly on official business, according to a filing in a disciplinary action made public Monday…

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