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Apple and Nike reach settlement terms on Fuelband Class Action Suit

Apple and Nike have reached settlement terms on the Class Action Suit regarding the Fuelband. Neither company admitted any fault, but both have agreed to pay consumers $15 cash or a $25 gift card to avoid further complications.

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Federal judge throws out $532.9 million infringement verdict against Apple, orders new damages trial

A federal judge has voided a $532.9 million ruling against Apple in a patent infringement case. The judge felt that the jury that had awarded the damages had been given confusing instructions. A new damages trial has been set for September.

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Apple facing lawsuit over artwork featured in 'Start something new' promotion

Apple is being sued because of artwork featured as part of its "Start something new" campaign.

Artist Romero Britto is claiming in his suit that artistic duo Craig & Karl violated his trade dress in their artwork by copying his particular artistic style. Britto's lawsuit, targets not only Craig & Karl, but Apple as well, due to the company's use of a piece by the duo in their "Start something new" campaign.

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ITC to investigate Apple in patent licensing dispute with Ericsson

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to investigate Apple over a patent licensing dispute with Ericsson.

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U.S. jury clears Apple of alleged patent infringement charges in $100 million lawsuit

Apple was cleared of all charges in a $100 million lawsuit from a Canadian firm that alleged that the manufacturer used five of its wireless technology patents without permission.

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Apple and Ericsson sue each other over wireless patent licensing

Apple has gotten involved in yet another lawsuit. This time, its with Ericsson, which the company claims is demanding "excessive royalties" for the patents it holds for LTE wireless technology.

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Apple faces lawsuit over the impact of iOS 8 on device storage space

Apple is facing a new class-action lawsuit in California, this time from users unhappy about how much storage space iOS 8 takes up on their devices. Their complaint focuses not only on newer iOS devices like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but older devices as well.

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Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Apple may have scored a major victory in its recent iTunes antitrust case this week, but the wins keep on coming. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers said on Wednesday that Steve Jobs' deposition, videotaped shortly before his death in 2011, will not be made public.

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Jury finds for Apple in iPod class-action suit

Apple has won the lawsuit brought against it by disgruntled iPod owners. The group alleged that the company behaved in an anti-competitive manner by keeping competing devices from using their music ecosystem. The jury found that Apple did not act improperly.

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Apple's lawyers say iPod class-action suit is 'made up'

Though it is set to wrap up this week, the drama in Apple's iPod antitrust case heated up again today as lawyers for each side gave their closing arguments. While lawyers for the plaintiffs argued that Apple had no right to restrict access to competing services and devices, Apple's lawyers simply stated that there was no basis for the case in the first place.

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