Corporate Lawsuits

You’ve heard the stories of consumers suing companies, companies suing each other, and corporate scandals resulting in litigation; now you can get the inside perspective in our Corporate Lawsuits section.

Recent Stories

Imagine getting a letter demanding $25,000 in back licensing fees from the patent holder of a product you use to produce your own product. “Patent trolls” exploited U.S. businesses to the tune of $29 billion in 2011. Learn how they operate and what you can do to avoid becoming a victim. more...

Even though the original Equal Pay Act was signed into law in 1963, female employees in corporate America still don’t make the same wages as their male counterparts. What follows is an introductory view into this hot-button issue. more...

One little email sent from a Gmail user not only received a reply, but resulted in a lawsuit against Google. Outrageous as it might sound, it can happen to anyone who has ever sent an accusatory email. more...

Laws have cracked down on corporate-owned life insurance (COLI) policies in recent years, but that doesn’t mean companies are no longer profiting from the deaths of employees. A recent report found one-fifth of all life insurance sold is COLI policies. Is your boss trying to collect on your death? And is it legal? more...