Najib allowed to attend appeal hearing against ex-AG Thomas on Oct 4
The former prime minister is appealing against the High Court's dismissal of his suit against Tommy Thomas.
Judge temporarily halts NY fraud trial against Trump, pending appeal
The trial could still begin as scheduled, depending on how the appeals court, known as the First Department, rules.
Amirudin sues Sanusi over remarks on Klang river project
Amirudin is seeking general, aggravated and exemplary damages, as well as an injunctive order to prevent Sanusi from repeating the allegations.
AstraZeneca facing two London lawsuits over Covid-19 jabs
The two cases are the first lawsuits brought in England and Wales over an adverse reaction to a Covid-19 vaccine.
Arul Kanda, Irwan fail to quash 1MDB's US$6.59 billion suit
The High Court dismisses the duo's application to strike out the suit, saying the case must go to full trial and testimonials from witnesses need to be heard.
Sanusi files suit against Saifuddin, gives specific demands for retraction, apology
The Kedah menteri besar has come under attack from federal leaders who have been campaigning to wrest the state at the coming polls.
Trump's US$475 million 'big lie' defamation suit against CNN dismissed
The judge says CNN's words were opinion, not fact, and therefore cannot be the subject of a defamation claim.
'Nonsense': Muhyiddin's lawyer responds to Anwar's lawsuit
Messrs Rosli Dahlan Saravana Partnership says the prime minister's move to initiate a legal action is an attempt to 'twist' the matter.
JPMorgan settles with Epstein victim in class action suit
The settlement resolves one claim against JPMorgan, in a proposed class action by a woman who says Epstein abused her.
ExxonMobil settles long-running Indonesia torture lawsuit
The case was brought by villagers who allege they were victims of human rights violations committed by the Indonesian military between 1999 and 2003.
Twitter beats disabled worker's lawsuit over layoffs, for now
Musk, who acquired Twitter last year for about RM195 billion, said in a memo to staff in November that employees should be prepared to work 'long hours at high intensity' or quit.
'Very happy' Ed Sheeran wins US copyright trial
The swinging pendulum has nevertheless left some songwriters fearful of the volatility of opinions from jurors who almost certainly do not have a background in musicology and must rely on expert witnesses for context.