$330M Divide: The Recorder covered opening statements in the latest round of the patent war between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Lawyers for the tech giants revealed they're $328 million apart on the question of how much the Korean smartphone maker must pay for patent infringement.
Slow Enrollment: With approximately 106,000 people signed up for a health care plan through the new exchanges—a number lower than expected—a growing number of Democrats in Congress are signaling support for a proposal that would allow families losing their coverage under the Affordable Care Act to keep their plans. The New York Times reports.
France v. Expedia: Expedia Inc. is facing antitrust allegations from a French regulatory body, the Wall Street Journal reports. The complaint filed in Paris' commercial court takes aim at a contract clause that gives Expedia a say in how some hotels handle pricing.
Secret Service: The Washington Post reports on new allegations of misconduct that have surfaced against members of the Secret Service.
'Sham' Sentencing: During yesterday's sentencing hearing, a lawyer for accused mobster James "Whitey" Bulger said his client had instructed him not to participate in the "sham" proceedings. The National Law Journal's Sheri Qualters has the story.