Craigslist Inc. on Thursday secured a $31 million stipulated judgment against a car-selling website that was scraping auto listings on craigslist.org to reach out to posters to create listings on its own commercial site.
The Ninth Circuit asked the California Supreme Court to weigh in on whether state law requires Apple Inc. to pay workers at its retail stores for time spent waiting for security checks at the end of work shifts.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit announced Tuesday that Judge Richard Tallman will take senior status in March 2018.
The two men held a joint press conference at San Francisco Monday to announce a pair of federal lawsuits challenging special conditions the U.S. Department of Justice placed on a federal grant program.
A federal judge has barred LinkedIn Corp. from blocking access to hiQ Labs, a data analytics startup that the professional networking site accused of unlawfully accessing public profiles.
U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson, who is set to retire on Friday, gradually has been handing off his long-running "institutional" cases in anticipation.
A federal judge in Oakland approved the settlement Facebook reached in a case accusing it of inappropriately scanning users' private messages, despite the concerns of a class action watchdog group.
Plaintiffs filed suit in 2008 accusing the search giant of inappropriately placing ads on error pages and so-called "parked domains."
SAN FRANCSICO — U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson says his last "official" day on the bench will be Friday, Aug. 11.
U.S. District Judge Edward Davila approved the deal in the long-running case accusing Google of overcharging for ads placed on error pages and parked domains.