The Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act (MMWA), is one of many vehicles that plaintiffs use to bring lawsuits over warranty claims.
Audio Division cracks down on permittees who construct non-compliant, less-than-permanent facilities.
First Painting Restituted from Gurlitt Trove to Be Sold; Appellate Court in Munich Breathes New Life into Will Contest
After the restitution of the first two works of Nazi-looted art from the trove of works found in the apartment of Cornelius Gurlitt, David Toren has announced his intention to auction his work, Two Riders on the Beach by Max Liebermann.
Previously we’ve discussed Hooli’s reverse engineering of Pied Piper’s technology and the threatened lawsuit for ownership of the technology.
FCC Commissioner Clyburn Speaks On Need to Reform Lifeline to Bridge the Homework Gap and Digital Divide
This morning, FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn spoke at the Schools, Health & Library Broadband (SHLB) Coalition’s fifth annual conference, where she laid out her thoughts on how to address the challenge of the “homework gap” and digital divide.
The FCC has adopted new rules governing accessibility of emergency information in TV programming for blind or visually impaired individuals.
A new way for disgruntled parties to gripe about businesses is on the horizon: the “.sucks” generic top-level domain, or gTLD.
The United States Supreme Court recently granted certiorari in a Telephone Consumer Protection Act class action challenging text messages which a U.S. Navy vendor sent to recruit new sailors.
Just in time for the Memorial Day weekend, the FCC has released its proposed regulatory fees for 2015.