Category Archive For "Court"
Nvidia is trying not to hand over internal documents to plaintiffs who allege that the GPU manufacturer misrepresented its financials during the 2017 bull run.
New documents in Epic Games v. Google show the gaming company attacking Google for misusing the Android ecosystem — once touted for its openness — to muscle out competition.
A U.S. circuit court has concluded its review of a terrorism financing case that begin in 2010, saying that the NSA’s phone tapping was illegal but that it was a minor part of the evidence.
After three long years, the class-action lawsuit alleging that Tezos violated securities laws through its 2017 ICO has concluded.
Sworn in for her second term today, SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce tells Cointelegraph about the commission’s work on crypto and new tech in investing.
Alexander Vinnik, the Russian national accused of laundering 300K Bitcoin through crypto exchange BTC-e, may now face trial in France.
A D.C. court ruled that Bitcoin is money during a recent legal case, although the classification in this context already exists under legal expectations in much of the country.
China’s Supreme Court has called to strengthen property laws pertaining to digital currency, network virtual property and data.
Commissioner Hester Peirce clearly doesn’t see the SEC’s courtroom win against Telegram as a victory for the regulator or innovation in the U.S.
The tale of hacked exchange Cryptopia’s extended liquidation is poised to see new legal action from a major creditor and token issuer.