ZeniMax Vs Oculus
“I never tried to hide or wipe any evidence”, expert witness testimony “ridiculous”: John Carmack responds to Zenimax
Oculus CTO John Carmack has fired back after Zenimax detailed the former Id Software boss’s alleged misconduct.
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Zenimax may seek an injunction to halt Oculus Rift sales in wake of broken NDA verdict, details evidence of Oculus's alleged theft
Oculus Rift faces an uncertain future, and the lawyers aren’t done tusslin’ yet.
A Texas jury has reached a verdict in the ZeniMax vs Oculus lawsuit, awarding Bethesda’s parent company half a billion dollars.
The ZeniMax Media lawsuit against Oculus has finally gone to trial, and this week, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg took the stand denying allegations Oculus stole intellectual property from the firm. Not to mention he had never even heard of ZeniMax before the lawsuit.
A judge has denied Facebook’s motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by ZeniMax Media over accusations Oculus VR had “wrongfully taken” the firm’s intellectual property.
ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Fallout and Elder Scrolls developer, Bethesda, has filed a lawsuit against Oculus VR today, accusing Oculus of “wrongfully taking” the firm’s intellectual property.
Following on from last week’s news that ZeniMax had filed a legal notice, accusing John Carmack of taking the “firm’s intellectual property with him to Oculus,” Oculus has now issued a statement to clarify a few points.
ZeniMax has filed a legal notice against id Software founder John Carmack, accusing him of taking “ZeniMax’s intellectual property with him to Oculus,” according to The Wall Street Journal.
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