Judge permits lawyers to question Apple’s Jobs over iTunes

Steve-JobsApple’s chief executive Steve Jobs, who is currently on medical leave since late January, will have to answer questions relating to an antitrust lawsuit accusing the firm of creating a monopoly in the field of music-downloading, a federal judge ruled.

U. S. Magistrate Judge Howard Lloyd in San Jose on Monday allowed lawyers for the petitioners in the antitrust lawsuit to question Mr. Jobs for a maximum of two hours.

ACS:Law faces massive legal costs & fines

Law faces massive legal costs & finesUK law firm ACS: Law, which gathered thousands of pounds from alleged illegal file-sharers using its "speculative invoicing" procedure before dragging 27 cases to the Patents County Court in London, is now facing fines.

Hospital Staff Member Charged for Sexual Assault

Hospital Staff Member Charged for Sexual AssaultSerious charges of sexual assault have been made against Luton and Dunstable Hospital staff member. The accused was under arrest of Bedfordshire cops and has been released on bail orders. The accused worker identity has not been disclosed but NHS foundation trust has suspended the accused.

Double Murder Convict Released on Parole Resettles near Whanau

Double Murder Convict Released on Parole Resettles near WhanauA man convicted of double murders way back in 1989 was released on parole after a period of 21-years last November. The paroled double murderer is David Tamihere who is currently facing some serious health problems and has moved to a new place because of his poor health.

Tamihere was convicted of killing two Swedish tourists travelling through New Zealand more than two decades ago.

Women be defeated exile plea in complex justification

justificationThree Lower Hutt females' aggressive Housing NZ efforts to force to leave them from their residence for the reason that of their team associations have had their plea discharged by the Court of Plea. Expulsion notification published during March previous year offered Robyn Billy Taylor, Winther, and Huia Tamaka 90 days to go away from their Farmer Cres, Pomare homes.

Copyright law changes get support from government

Copyright law changes get support from governmentChanges in the copyright legislation have got support from an unexpected quarter. Some of the offenders of the new rules have seen their connections getting terminated.