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  1. Yelp Sues Law Firm Over Supposedly Writing Fake Reviews

    ABC News reported that the review site is suing a small law firm in San Diego, California, for allegedly posting fake reviews on its site. Yelp is suing for supposed "breach of contract, intentional interference with contract, unfair competition...

  2. The Dirty Lawsuit Could be First of its Kind in Reputation Management

    It is reported that Jones is suing The Dirty for $11 million dollars or "whatever will put them out of business. What people don't understand is we're suing for a specific amount of time – events that happened way before February 2011," she says.

  3. Google Seeks Ban on iPhone, iPad in Patent Lawsuit

    Apple is still embroiled in ongoing legal action with Samsung, with both firms suing each other over patent infringement claims. Google's Motorola Mobility division has filed a patent infringement claim against Apple over the Siri voice control and...

  4. Miami Heat Minority Owner Sues Google Over Unflattering Photo

    Who is Ranaan Katz and Why is He Suing Google? It would seem a lot easier than suing people over the resultant pictures. The blogger he is suing seems dedicated to exposing the alleged misdeeds of Katz and his company at

  5. Judge Allows 'No Poaching' Lawsuit Against Google to Proceed

    Five former employees who are suing the group for violating claims brought under the Sherman Antitrust Law and The Cartwright Act. A California judge has denied a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit from employees claiming that a group of high...

  6. Privacy Group Sues FTC to Stop New Google Privacy Policy

    The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is suing the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in the hopes of stopping the new Google privacy policy, which is set to become effective March 1. The complaint was filed today in a Washington, D.C.federal...

  7. Google Won't Erase Links to Max Mosley Hooker Orgy Stories, So He Sues

    As to his logic behind suing Google, from his testimony: As far as suing the search engine goes, is it their job to stop “producing” (indexing and displaying) results, without the direction of the courts, based on how those results came to be?