Facebook IPO Nosedive Gets Facebook IPO Class Action Lawsuit

It's been more and more apparent that there was some shady—though not necessarily illegal!—activity from Facebook's bank advisors in the lead-up to the company's IPO last week. And now, investors who got the shaft are trying to get their money back through the courts. » 5/23/12 9:28am 5/23/12 9:28am

Lawsuit Accusing Apple and AT&T of an iPhone Monopoly Granted…

A complaint titled "Apple & ATTM Antitrust Litigation" has been granted class-action status by judge James Ware of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The complaint accuses Apple and AT&T of forming an iPhone monopoly. » 7/09/10 5:33pm 7/09/10 5:33pm

iPhone Battery Lawsuit Dismissed, Steve Won't Send Luca Brasi

The Apple part of the iPhone battery class-action lawsuit » 9/26/08 2:30pm 9/26/08 2:30pm has been dismissed by U.S. District Judge Matthew F. Kennelly, who looked at the claims brought by Jose Trujillo and deemed them as . Not exactly in those words, but I that's exactly what he meant with his words: However, AT&T is still a defendant in the case. …

Vista Capable Sticker Lawsuit Becomes Class Action

Remember the lawsuit filed a little while ago against Microsoft because PCs with "Windows Vista Capable" stickers weren't actually all that Vista Capable? A federal judge just granted that suit class action status, meaning that if you bought a Vista "Capable" PC during the 2006 Holidays, you might be in store to get a… » 2/26/08 6:45pm 2/26/08 6:45pm