Court Video: The Administrative Office of the U.S. Court will digitally record video in some civil hearings in fourteen federal courts as part of a pilot project, The Seattle Times reports. The recordings will be edited and uploaded to uscourts.gov for public viewing.
Clash of the Titans: Technology giants Google and Oracle head to trial this week in California to battle over patents and copyrights related to Java. That could result in damages up to $1 billion and an injunction against Android, the software on Google's popular smartphone platform, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Lunch Breaks: The Californita Supreme Court ruled companies are not required to police lunch and other breaks for employees because it is unmanageable and those decisions should be left to workers, the Claims Journal reports.
Volvo Fined: The US District Court for the District of Columbia ordered the automaker Friday to pay $72 million in penalties and interest for emissions issues with engines built in 2005, Fox News reports. The company plans to appeal.
Overtime Suits: Businesses are facing more lawsuits under federal and state wage-and-hour laws from American workers who worked longer hours during the recession, often for the same or less pay, USA TODAY reports.