Yahoo Settles Mary Kay Trademark Infringement Suit (WebProNews)

Friday, November 6th, 2009

It looks like some lawyers representing cosmetics giant Mary Kay have removed their figurative war paint.  In early July, Mary Kay sued Yahoo, alleging trademark infringement, but not long ago, Yahoo was able to settle the case. Mary Kay originally objected to Yahoo’s practice of adding links of its own choosing to certain emails.  The links appeared in popups when people would position their …

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Google book debate back to the drawing board (AP via Yahoo! News)

Wednesday, October 7th, 2009

Lawyers on both sides are poised to continue their court battle over Google Inc.’s effort to get digital rights to millions of out-of-print books.

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Trial in Italy of Google execs to resume in September (AFP via Yahoo! News)

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

The defamation trial of four Google executives over the broadcast in Italy of video showing the bullying of a teenager with Down’s Syndrome will resume in September, lawyers said Tuesday.

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Does Yahoo Foresee a Bad End to its Google Adventure? (Linux World)

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

Canadian antitrust regulators have now gone the same path as the US Justice Department and reached out and hired an outside litigator, David Kent, a Toronto antitrust expert, to look into the Google-Yahoo deal. The news comes from the Wall Street Journal, which got it from ?lawyers close to the matter.? The paper couldn?t get Canadian officials to comment. read more

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Google and Yahoo defend ad alliance (International Herald Tribune)

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

At a congressional hearing, lawyers for Google and Yahoo have argued the companies’ recent decision to partner on advertising does not violate antitrust laws, a stance disputed by Mircosoft.

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Google and Yahoo defend ad alliance at a hearing (International Herald Tribune)

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

At a congressional hearing, Google and Yahoo lawyers argued that their advertising partnership did not violate antitrust laws and would help to keep Yahoo competitive.

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