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The Meme-Worthy Judge of Silicon Valley's Titans

Lucy Koh | US District Court judge for the Northern District of California Louise Pomeroy In 2011, during a tense court hearing between two of the world's biggest gadget makers—Apple had brought a suit against Samsung, alleging the South Korean ... Wired News, 12 minutes ago
Business Standard

Business Briefing: Higher Settlement Is Closer in Silicon Valley Hiring Case

Judge Lucy H. Koh of Federal District Court in San Jose, Calif., rejected an earlier offer of $324.5 million for the workers affected by the case. Read the full article here . This content was originally published by New York Times Dealbook .
 Global Advisors1 month ago Employee poaching scandal: Federal judge approves $415 mn dollar settlement by Apple, Google  Business Standard1 month ago Apple, Google poaching lawsuit judge approves settlement - report  Channelnomics1 month ago Judge Approves $415 Million Settlement in Anti-Poaching Lawsuit Brought Against Apple, Others  IClarified1 month ago
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Animation World Network

Federal Judge Dismisses Wage Fixing Class Action Lawsuit

U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh A class action lawsuit claiming that The Walt Disney Co., DreamWorks Animation, Pixar and other companies violated antitrust laws by conspiring to set animation wages via non-poaching agreements was dismissed on ...
 Animation World Network2 weeks ago Judge Dismisses Class-Action Wage Suit Against Animation Studios  Animation Magazine2 weeks ago Pixar, Disney Cartoon Class Action Tossed  Courthouse News Service2 weeks ago Judge Dismisses Animation Workers Antitrust Suit Over Studio Wage Practices  Variety2 weeks ago
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Business Insider

A judge just signed off on a $415 million settlement against Apple and Google

REUTERS/Chance Chan Judge Lucy Koh had rejected an earlier settlement offer, saying it didn't offer enough compensation to about 64,000 workers affected by the case. She cited evidence of a corporate conspiracy to make it difficult for tech ...
 Business Insider1 month ago Judge appears poised to approve Apple, Google anti-poaching settlement Judge Lucy Koh in August rejected the companies' initial $324.5 million offer to settle the case accusing four Silicon Valley giants of conspiring to stay away from each other's employ  CNET.co.uk1 month ago
Computerworld

Tech bigwigs send $415M deal with workers back to judge for OK

Judge Lucy H. Koh had earlier rejected a $324.5 million settlement as too low A proposed $415 million settlement between tech workers and Intel, Google, Apple and Adobe Systems is likely to be approved by the judge, according to some of the ...
 Computerworld1 month ago $415M Tech-Wage Deal Wins Judge's Quick Approval  Courthouse News Service1 month ago $415M Tech-Wage Deal Wins Judge's Approval  Courthouse News Service1 month ago
Technology Tell

[AppleTell] Judge fine with $415M settlement in anti-poaching case

The Right Honourable Judge Lucy Koh Apple, Google, Adobe, and Intel may be paying a total of $415 million to settle an anti-poaching case. 65,000 employees sued the companystating they collectively lost $3 billion in wages because of ...
 Technology Tell1 month ago End in sight for Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe wage-fixing lawsuit  The Register1 month ago Silicon Valley no poaching suit could be settled for $415m  Computer Business Review1 month ago $415M Settlement in Apple, Google Anti-poaching Case gets Preliminary OK  Mac Observer1 month ago
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SAMAA TV

Hollywood studios defeat animators' hiring lawsuit

April 6 (Reuters) - A federal judge has thrown out an antitrust lawsuit accusing major Hollywood animation studios of trying to drive down animators' wages through an illegal anti-poaching conspiracy. In a decision on Friday, U.S.
 CNBC2 weeks ago
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Apple, Google hiring case settled

A federal judge has tentatively approved a $US415 million ($A530.69m) settlement in a major class action lawsuit by Silicon Valley workers who accused Apple, Google and other tech companies of making an illegal agreement not to hire each other's ...
 Business Spectator1 month ago $US415M tech worker settlement OK'd  NineMSN Finance1 month ago Week Adjourned: 3.6.15 Facebook, Celgene, Tech Workers  Lawyers & Settlements1 month ago
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EWeek

Judge Accepts $415 Million Settlement in High-Tech Anti-Poaching Case

A U.S. district court judge has tentatively accepted a $415 million settlement in a lawsuit charging that Silicon Valley companies agreed not to poach each other's employees. The judge in a high-profile in a class action lawsuit in federal court ...
 EWeek1 month ago Judge says $415 million settlement in Silicon Valley hiring case is 'substantial'  CIO New Zealand1 month ago
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Miami Herald

Judge Close to Approving High-Tech Hiring Lawsuit

Aside from a few nits, a federal judge appeared poised to sign off on a $415 million settlement that would end a five-year legal battle over alleged illegal hiring practices in Silicon Valley.U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh has set a July 9 hearing for ...
 GigaLaw.com1 month ago Silicon Valley no-poaching deal appears headed for approval  SiliconValley.com1 month ago GOOGLE 'C' : Silicon Valley no-poaching deal appears headed for approval  4 Traders1 month ago
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