Bentley Systems, a leader in software solutions for sustaining infrastructure, recently announced the availability of breakthrough technology for the integrated engineering management of underground utility networks.
Iran's largest private bank is suing the British government for almost $4 billion in damages after the Supreme Court quashed sanctions imposed against it over alleged links to Tehran's nuclear programme.
Bank Mellat wants
Sue Anderson Consultants (SAC), a leading education consultant and UK boarding school specialist, began its Middle East 2014 Tour today (January 14) in Oman.
The Oman visit will be followed by a visit to Kuwait on January 16, Bahr
British telecoms provider Vodafone Group is suing Telecom Italia for abusing its dominant position in Italy, seeking damages of more than 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion).
A Vodafone spokeswoman said in an email on Sunday the civil
Eastman Kodak Company is suing Fujifilm Corporation, claiming that some of its Japanese rival's cameras infringe its patented digital-imaging technology.
The lawsuit, filed on Friday in US District Court in Rochester, New York, claims Fuj
Apple scored a narrow victory against Taiwan's HTC Corporation in a patent lawsuit over smartphone technology that will set the stage for further battles between rival makers in the competitive market.
Seven banks that helped MF Global Holdings sell bonds were sued by pension funds who said the bonds' offering prospectuses concealed problems that led to the futures brokerage's collapse.
The lawsuit was filed Friday afternoon in M
The agency that oversees mortgage markets is preparing to file suit against more than a dozen big banks, accusing them of misrepresenting the quality of mortgages they packaged and sold during the housing bubble, The New York Times reported.
Bahrain has decided to sue British newspaper 'Independent' for repeatedly publishing 'wrong and defamatory information', a report said.
The Bahrain Information Affairs Authority has commissioned a UK-based legal firm to fil
A woman in New York, Debrahlee Lorenzana, has sued Citigroup accusing the bank of firing her for being 'too good-looking' and also sought lost pay, compensatory and punitive damages, and other remedies.
The bank rejected Loren