One of the more interesting decisions — at least to me — issued by the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia during its last term is Princeton Ins. Agency, Inc. v. Erie Ins. Co., 2009 WL 4020269 (W.Va. 2009), which involved an insurance company’s
The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that Novell has standing to pursue two antitrust claims against Microsoft. Novell, Inc. v. Microsoft Corp., 2007 WL 2984372 (October 15, 2007).
Novell, which manufactured WordPerfect and Quattro Pro until 1996, claimed that Microsoft required original equipment manufacturers to pre-install its
Daily Kos, perhaps the best known of the liberal blogs, offers a political perspective on the reason the Department of Justice has challenged the Charleston Gazette‘s 2004 purchase of the Daily Mail:
"Of all the media mergers that have happened over the last six years, the
In 2004, the Daily Gazette Company, publisher of the Charleston Gazette (the morning newspaper), purchased the Daily Mail (the afternoon newspaper), from MediaNews Group, Inc. Yesterday, the United States Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit against the Daily Gazette Company and MediaNews Group, Inc., seeking to overturn the