Christina Tabacco

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Judge Partially Grants Motion to Dismiss in Lyft Securities Litigation

Judge Haywood S. Gilliam, Jr. issued a mixed ruling in a securities class action brought against Lyft Inc. and several executives and board members on Tuesday. The Northern District of California court considered whether to...

Seattle Objects to Monsanto PCB Settlement

On Sept. 4, plaintiffs the City of Long Beach and several other municipalities and defendants, Monsanto Company, Solutia Inc., and Pharmacia LLC (collectively Monsanto) jointly responded to a filing lodged by the City of Seattle...

Court Grants Google and Univ. of Chicago’s Motions to Dismiss in Consumer Medical Record Sharing Suit

Last Friday, a Northern District of Illinois judge dismissed a lawsuit against Google, LLC, The University of Chicago Medical Center, and The University of Chicago (collectively the University) that accused the defendants of staging what...

Pokémon Go App Creator Sued for Patent Infringement

On September 3, plaintiffs NantWorks, LLC and Nant Holdings IP, LLC (Nant IP) filed a patent infringement action against defendant Niantic, Inc., the maker of popular augmented reality (AR) mobile device applications Pokémon Go, Ingress,...

Company Sued for Damaging Underground Fiber Optic Facility

Last Friday, plaintiffs Level 3 Communications, LLC, and WilTel Communications, LLC (collectively Level 3) filed a negligence suit against Boretex Communication LLC and one of its managers for damages to Level 3’s underground fiber-optic telecommunications...

FCC Analyzes Cost of Removing Huawei and ZTE from US Networks

Last Friday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) published a public notice releasing the results of a “Supply Chain Security Information Collection” to investigate the costs of removing Huawei Technologies Company and ZTE Corporation equipment from...