Way back in 2007 lawyers gathered together a group of gamers angry with Microsoft over scratched Xbox 360 discs to form a class action lawsuit. Nine years later the Supreme Court is preparing to hear Microsoft’s plea to have the case dismissed for a second time.
Kotaku Brazil editor Renato Bueno reports on a Brazilian court order that seeks to remove Rockstar's Episodes from Liberty City from retail and digital distribution worldwide, due to the unauthorized use of music from an eight-year-old DJ's dad.
Fred Bobrow, owner of the Retro Arcade Museum in Beacon, New York, might not look like a criminal to you, but he has broken Beacon Law, and paid the price.
Former Xbox 360 third-party memory card manufacturer Datel is free to pursue its antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft, as a federal judge dismisses the console maker's attempts to have the case thrown out.
The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has overturned the 2008 verdict of an East Texas jury that would have resulted in a ban on sales of the Nintendo Gamecube controller, Wavebird, and Classic Controller due to patent infringement.
It's a no holds barred legal struggle between partners Jakks Pacific and THQ over when and if they should renew their licensing agreement with the WWE, set to expire at the end of this year.
Former employees of the recently shuttered Factor 5 studio in California are taking the company to court, claiming that it fraudulently transferred assets, including source code for the next Rogue Squadron title.
Closing one of the last doors left over from last year's EA takeover bid, Take-Two Interactive has entered into an agreement to settle a shareholder lawsuit stemming from their failure to consider EA's offer.