Tesla accuses engineer of stealing crucial company software

  • January 23, 2021
Tesla is no stranger to allegations of staff stealing its technology, but its latest case may be particularly brazen if true. As Electrek has learned, the EV maker has sued engineer Alex Khatilov for allegedly stealing the company’s custom Warp Drive…

CD Projekt Red has been sued over Cyberpunk 2077’s buggy release

  • December 25, 2020
CD Projekt Red could have a legal battle on its hands. In a filing spotted by Bloomberg, a firm called Rosen Law announced that it has opened a class-action lawsuit against the company. It alleges the studio’s management misled investors about the st…

Apple gets $113 million slap on the wrist for ‘Batterygate’

  • November 18, 2020
Apple has agree to settle the multi-state “Baterygate” lawsuit filed against it for $113 million, according to the Washington Post. A total of 34 states, as well as the District of Columbia, participated in the suit, which alleged that the company ha…

Epic rejects Apple claims that ‘Fortnite’ on iOS was dying

  • September 19, 2020
Epic is hitting back at Apple’s claims that the developer’s lawsuit was just an attempt to revitalize sagging interest in Fortnite on iOS. In a newly-filed reply to Apple in a preliminary injunction request to keep Fortnite in the app store, Epic rej…

FaZe and Tfue have settled their lawsuit and said goodbye

  • August 26, 2020
When we first covered the news that Turney “Tfue” Tenney was suing his gaming organization, FaZe Clan, for violating California Labor Code, we offered a prediction for the future: All of this … will likely end in a deal where Tfue gets to cut his F…

WeChat user alliance sues Trump administration over threatened ban

  • August 23, 2020
TikTok isn’t the only one suing the Trump administration over an executive order that could ban an app in the US. The Financial Times reports that the WeChat Users Alliance has sued the administration over the potential WeChat ban. The user group cla…

TikTok will sue the US over threatened ban

  • August 22, 2020
TikTok’s paths to staying alive in the US apparently include taking the government to court. In the wake of a Reuters report, TikTok has confirmed to CNBC that it plans to sue the Trump administration over an executive order banning transactions with…