SAN FRANCISCO (Northern California Record) — A federal appeals court recently uphelp the Federal Trade Commission's regulatory authority over large Internet service providers and allowed the commission to move ahead in its case against AT&T for allegedly throttling the data speeds of millions of unlimited data plan customers.
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Tech giant Qualcomm is facing litigation on several fronts related to its exclusive patent on the chip essential to all iPhones.
FOUNTAIN VALLEY — D-Link Systems Inc. has retained Cause of Action Institute to represent the company in its defense against the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC) claims regarding its security practices.
SAN FRANCISCO -- The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will decide whether or not a group of consumers can continue with their class-action lawsuit against telecommunications giant AT&T. The consumers seek to hold AT&T legally responsible for their "data-throttling" practices.
SAN DIEGO — 1-800Contacts is facing action from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and two civil lawsuits stemming from alleged antitrust law violation and unfair business practices.
SAN DIEGO – Just a few months after being scrutinized by the FTC, 1-800 Contacts has once again come under fire for orchestrating bidding agreements amongst its competitors The company is facing two class-action complaints brought by residents of Southern California.
SAN FRANCISCO – On Aug. 29 the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit dismissed a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) lawsuit against AT&T accusing it of slowing data speeds, or data throttling, on customers subscribed to unlimited smartphone data plans without clearly disclosing the policy.
SAN FRANCISCO – A federal agency has filed a suit against a car manufacturer alleging that it knowingly violated U.S. environmental law by putting a "defeat device" in its cars that would temporarily reduce emissions in order to pass inspection.
SAN FRANCISCO — The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint for permanent injunction and other equitable relief against two individuals and a Delaware corporation they are employed by.