Lawsuit over Apple store workers’ unpaid time may be heading to the California Supreme Court

Lawsuit over Apple store workers’ unpaid time may be heading to the California Supreme Court

A class action suit over Apple store workers' unpaid time spent in bag checks may soon be headed to the California Supreme Court, reports AppleInsider. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals the state's Supreme Court to decide whether bag checks are "compensable as 'hours worked' within the meaning of California Industrial Welfare Commission Wage Order No. 7," even when people could technically avoid the checks by leaving purses, backpacks, and other bags at home.

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Voip-Pal plans to increase damage demands in lawsuits vs Apple, others

Voip-Pal plans to increase damage demands in lawsuits vs Apple, others

Voip-Pal.com has announced its intent to increase the damage claims in its lawsuits against Apple, Verizon and AT&T. Over the past few months the company says it’s been reevaluating the initial damage calculation claims made in its February 2016 lawsuits and has “determined its initial claim for damages was calculated using a significantly lower royalty monetization model than has been used in actual court awards of recent patent infringement cases.”

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Apple: reconsider ruling that we can be sued for anticompetitive practices regarding the Apple App Store

Apple: reconsider ruling that we can be sued for anticompetitive practices regarding the Apple App Store

Apple asked the Ninth Circuit on Friday to reconsider a published decision that revived a suit claiming that the Cupertino, California-based company monopolizes the market for iPhone apps, arguing in its petition that the panel hadn’t properly considered whether the consumer class could allege that they were directly harmed by distribution fees, according to s the legal website, Law360.

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