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Telstra blocked from cancelling ispONE service until trial
Hearing date not yet decided.
Aug 14 2013 5:27PM
Kogan wins injunction against ispONE
Case set for trial.
Apr 10 2013 1:01PM
France denies Samsung's iPhone 4S ban
Setback for vital case.
Dec 9 2011 2:55AM
US judge rejects Apple bid to halt Galaxy sales
Strikes blow in global patent war.
Dec 5 2011 7:36AM
Galaxy Tab 7.7 vanishes from German trade show
'It's as if the tablet never happened.'
Sep 5 2011 6:46AM
Dutch court smokes Samsung's Galaxy phone in EU
But Galaxy Tab free and Eastern Europe still open.
Aug 25 2011 7:06AM
First Oz, now Galaxy Tab 10.1 blocked in EU
Apple gets an injunction.
Aug 10 2011 6:28AM
Patent expert says Galaxy Tab will be blocked again
Early delivery of samples a major problem, says patent watcher.
Aug 3 2011 6:42AM
Latest leaked ACTA draft reveals divisions
Is ACTA dead in the water?
Jul 16 2010 12:01AM
Pirate Bay saved by political ally
Aargh, a filesharers life for us.
May 19 2010 4:03AM
Pirate Bay goes down after Hollywood suit against ISP
Latest move leaves web site spluttering.
May 18 2010 12:01PM
Microsoft wins injunction to continue selling Word
Sales can go on until hearing, says court.
Sep 5 2009 10:00AM
Microsoft granted injunction to continue selling Word
Until court case is resolved.
Sep 4 2009 1:18PM
Finjan wins injunction against firewall vendor
Ruling applies to WebWasher and TSP products.
Aug 21 2009 10:04AM
Recruiter feels heat from IT jobs scam
Admits breach of Trade Practices Act.
Aug 17 2009 1:35PM
Zanok cops injunction over IT graduate training courses
The ACCC has obtained injunctions against Zanok Technologies and its directors over an alleged scam that disguised training courses as job opportunities.
May 18 2009 4:29PM
Federal court issues interim injunctions against Clarity1
Interim injunctions have been issued by a federal court under the Spam Act against Clarity1.
Jul 21 2005 4:14PM
FTC wins injunction over 'deceptive' spyware claims
The Federal Trade Commission has won an injunction against a Houston-based company for making "deceptive" anti-spyware claims.
Jul 4 2005 2:17PM
Ron still crazy despite court injunction
A mobile phone reseller has been found in contempt of court for continuing to trade as Crazy Ron's after that name was ruled to infringe a rival's trademark.
Sep 15 2004 12:00AM
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