At a trial in Washington that started on Friday, a staff of the US International Trade Commission recommended that a trade judge find that Apple infringed at least one of Qualcomm patents.
The Soft – Open Flexible Legislation, is an interactive legislative platform that will enable the trade, business and finance sector to participate in the formulation of commercial, economic, and financial legislation.
A US jury has recently ordered Samsung Electronics to pay $539 million to Apple for copying patented smartphone features, according to court documents, Reuters reported.
The Abu Dhabi Public Prosecution has unveiled a new application that will enable members of the Abu Dhabi to report acts that are punishable by law, WAM reported.
The Abu Dhabi Police has reportedly arrested a gang of 11 people of Asian origin who committed phone fraud.
The Ministry of Justice has reportedly reviewed the establishment of a unified national e-mail for all individuals and institutions in the country.
The Dubai-based cryptocurrency firm Alibabacoin Foundation said Alibaba Group Holding cannot monopolise the “magical” Alibaba name, and asked a US judge to dismiss the Chinese e-commerce retailer’s trademark lawsuit.
DIFC Dispute Resolution Authority (DRA), as part of its most recent initiative and partners, aims to explore the impact of emerging disruptive technologies for lawmakers and legal systems.
Through the new platform residents can file documents and receive SMS notifications pertaining to progress of their case and changes to the digital court file. Electronic evidence bundles are included in the court file at no additional cost to any party, and court hearings are conducted through video conferencing, accessed via an integrated calendar.
Women at Microsoft working in US-based technical jobs filed 238 internal complaints about gender discrimination or sexual harassment between 2010 and 2016, according to court filings made public on Monday.