Court Case stories
Aquila's laser tech powers non-stop drone flights in landmark trial
Aquila, an AU-NZ deep tech start-up, makes history by wirelessly charging drones in mid-flight using laser beams, setting its sights on transforming global energy distribution.
VIQ Solutions starts contract with Queensland Courts DJAG
VIQ Solutions has started providing transcription and recording services to Queensland Courts Department of Justice and Attorney General.
Appian awarded billions in damages against Pegasystems Inc.
Appian has been awarded USD$2.036 billion in damages against Pegasystems Inc as the result of a jury verdict in the Circuit Court for Fairfax County, Virginia.
New precedent for cybersecurity after legal judgement of RI Advice
In an Australian first, the Federal Court has found that RI Advice failed to adequately manage cybersecurity risks.
Legal challenge over decision that AI machines cannot be granted patents
A legal challenge is being prepared to overturn the Intellectual Property Office's (IPONZ) decision not to recognise a machine as an inventor.
Huawei to fight US allegations with their own lawsuit
The lawyers are alleging that their client was detained, searched and interrogated for three hours in violation of constitutional rights.
Commerce Commission cautions consumers following High Court’s Viagogo decision
High Court denies interim injunction against Viagogo; buyers caution urged by Commerce Commission.
Huawei continues to plead innocent despite serious criminal charges
Huawei faces 13-count indictment in the US, including bank fraud, wire fraud, and conspiracy charges. CFO Meng also indicted.
Apple Supreme Court case could have ‘far-reaching ramifications’
A GlobalData analyst says that the outcome of the Apple v Pepper case could impact the app development market at all levels.
Spark facing court proceedings after Commerce Commission alleges it misled customers
Spark faces 11 charges over misleading conduct.
PB Tech raked over coals by ComCom for dodgy practices
PB Tech guilty of warranty charges; warned for bait ads on Apple watches with 14 in stock.
Telstra to front federal court over direct billing services
Telstra faces fines of up to AUD$10m and customer refunds after admitting to misleading consumers about its Premium Direct Billing service.
Second workplace bullying case filed against TechnologyOne
Former TechnologyOne worker sues for bullying, joining another recent case.
Hills and Milestone Systems to trade punches in court
Hills Ltd contests Milestone's call for its liquidation, alleging power misuse ahead of court clash.
Schneider Electric wins court case over DPSA’s unpaid debts - thanks existing partners
Schneider Electric emerges victorious in court battle with data center infrastructure distributor DPSA over unpaid debts.
Pernod Ricard cuts deal over convertible note tax dispute
Pernod Ricard has joined the list of firms cutting deals with the Inland Revenue Department to settle tax disputes over the use of mandatory conver.
High Court turns down Kuwait Finance House claim over Canterbury funding
The Kuwaiti firm asked the court to uphold a ruling in the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution against Berkeley, California-based David Teece.
Vodafone changes ad? That's a lie, Telecom
Vodafone's SuperNet advertising campaign will continue unchanged despite Telecom dropping its court case seeking an injunction today.
Apple talks tough in China iPad dispute - Updated
Apple escalates its legal feud with Proview in China, defending its iPad trademark rights and accusing Proview of defamation.
News: Apple fined, iOS apps on Apple TV, Mac version of The Old Republic important, and more!
Apple fined £1.2m in Italy for misleading warranty practices, while developers make strides in iOS apps on Apple TV, and The Old Republic eyes Mac.
Limewire faces closure
LimeWire has lost a court case and been found guilty of facilitating copyright infringement.