UK judge grants girl's dying wish to be cryogenically frozen
Her mother and father disagreed about what was to be done with her body.
DOJ sues DirecTV for conspiring against LA Dodgers (updated)
Government says it colluded with competitors to get a better deal from the team for broadcast rights.
Playboy's legal victory could change your freedom to link
Publishing hyperlinks to leaked content constitutes profit, somehow.
Lindsay Lohan's 'GTA V' suit against Rockstar Games dismissed
The actress had long claimed her likeness was used without her permission for the 'Lacey Jonas' character in-game.
Justice Department sued for old computers slowing FOIA requests
The DOJ is using “decades old” machines to do the heavy lifting.
France fines Uber for illegal ridesharing
Because only professionals can be Uber drivers in France.
Facebook hires U.S. Magistrate Judge Paul Grewal
Judge Grewal has served since 2010, overseeing cases involving Facebook, Apple and Samsung.
Court: Nintendo's 3DS patents are not guilty of infringement
The company's successful appeal fully reverses a lower court's 2013 decision.