Law & Order Article Archive:
Phoenix Software has come under fire after its use of controversial non-compete clauses forced a rival VAR to back out of a legal bid to poach a Phoenix staff member for fear of throwing money at a case it might not win.
The distie giant appoints Jean-Paul Durand as its first-ever chief ethics and compliance officer following an accounts probe.
Hewlett-Packard Co. was aware of some of Autonomy’s accounting practices long before a whistle-blower lifted the lid on them, according to a Financial Times (FT) investigation.
A pretrial ruling denied motions by Juniper Networks and Palo Alto Networks to dismiss their respective claims of patent infringement and requests for summary judgment. The net result: The two parties will have their day in court, assuming a settlement isn’t reached in the next two weeks.
Hewlett-Packard claims Autonomy exaggerated its profits by more than five times and its sales were actually less than half what it had claimed.
Microsoft is suing Iowa-based Dymin Systems for allegedly violating licensing agreements by installing uncertified copies of the Vista operating system on retailed PCs. The lawsuit shows how far Microsoft will go to protect even some of its most maligned intellectual property.
Hewlett-Packard Co. says it needs six more weeks to make up its mind on what legal action to take next in the ongoing Autonomy saga.
A distributor has urged the channel to be vigilant of alleged fraudsters aiming to scam tens of thousands of dollars from channel firms.
Health IT partners need to add a new punchlist item to their electronic health record training and support regimens: how to properly use cut-and-paste.
At least six speakers have shelved planned appearances at San Franciso event over allegations RSA accepted $10 million from the NSA.