A federal judge has awarded almost $150,000 in fees to the plaintiff’s attorneys in a lawsuit filed by a former Xerox Corp. employee over pension benefits. The case was closed in May after U.S. District Court Judge David G. Larimer ...Read More »
A California company has filed a federal lawsuit against Xerox Corp., seeking class-action status, claiming the global document technology company charges excessive and illegal fees for services, equipment and supplies. “Xerox induces individuals and entities to contract for equipment and ...
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A California company is suing Xerox Corp. for alleged patent infringement. Commercial Copy Innovations Inc. (CCI) filed the federal complaint in early July in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana, Calif. CCI, based in Costa Mesa, Calif., claims Xerox is ...Read More »
A federal prosecutor revealed new details Wednesday about the case against a man accused in the 2003 fatal Xerox credit union robbery. During a 90-minute detention hearing in U.S. District Court for Richard Leon Wilbern, Assistant U.S. Attorney Douglas E. ...Read More »
Defense lawyers in the 2003 Xerox fatal robbery case repeated claims in the new court filings that DNA evidence in the case is unreliable. In documents filed Friday in U.S. District Court, Assistant Federal Public Defender Anne Burger argued that ...Read More »
Government attorneys say arguments for excluding DNA evidence in the fatal 2003 Xerox credit union robbery case are faulty and misleading. In a 14-page filing submitted Thursday, Assistant U.S. Attorney Douglas E. Gregory claims that DNA found on an umbrella ...Read More »
Two notable criminal cases are on the calendar for federal court in Rochester later this week. On Thursday, convicted terrorist sympathizer Emanuel Lutchman is scheduled to be sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Frank P. Geraci Jr. And on Friday, ...Read More »