- New Zealand extradition hearing against Kim Dotcom ends Updated: Nov-24-15 5:31 am
WELLINGTON, New Zealand - A court hearing in New Zealand on whether to extradite Kim Dotcom and three others who helped run the website Megaupload to the United States ended Tuesday after nine weeks of arguments.
- Stennis, Loyola-New Orleans partner to market tech patent Updated: Nov-24-15 4:05 am
NEW ORLEANS - Loyola University New Orleans says its business students will work with engineers at NASA's Stennis Space Center to market a new technology patent.
- BAA loses bid to block company's use of 'Marathon Monday' Updated: Nov-03-15 2:59 pm
BOSTON - Most runners know "Marathon Monday" as the day the Boston Marathon is held each April.
- Redskins: US has registered plenty of 'offensive' trademarks Updated: Nov-03-15 2:47 pm
RICHMOND, Virginia - As the Washington Redskins defend their federal trademark registration, they argue in court papers that the government has registered plenty of companies with offensive names.
- Redskins: US has approved many 'offensive' trademarks Updated: Nov-03-15 11:52 am
RICHMOND, Virginia - The Washington Redskins are defending their federal trademark registration by listing many companies with offensive names that the government has approved.
- Jury awards rally $912K in 'Sturgis' trademark suit Updated: Oct-30-15 7:47 pm
RAPID CITY, South Dakota - A Rapid City jury has awarded Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Inc. $912,500 in a four-year-old dispute over the "Sturgis" trademark.
- Appeals court rules in favor of 'Point Break' parody creator Updated: Oct-30-15 6:49 pm
NEW YORK - An author's irreverent stage tribute to the 1991 Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves action movie "Point Break" is entitled to copyright protection even though she did not seek permission from the filmmakers to create the parody, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.