A preliminary hearing for five men accused in the 9/11 attacks has been postponed for 10 days due to the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
The release by prosecutors of allegations of childhood molestation against Florida teen shooter George Zimmerman drew an angry response Monday from the murder suspect's lawyer.
France's far-right National Front said Sunday it plans to sue Madonna over a video at the US pop star's concert in France showing party leader Marine Le Pen with a swastika on her forehead.
Megaupload boss Kim Dotcom's extradition case against US authorities has been delayed until next year amid legal wrangling in New Zealand over evidence disclosure.
UN prosecutors open their case Monday against Bosnian Serb ex-military chief Ratko Mladic before the Yugoslav war crimes court, with their first witness to testify on how he survived a mass execution in 1992.
Facebook and Yahoo! announced Friday a new advertising partnership as the two tech giants settled a court dispute over patents.
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba said Tuesday a jury has ordered it to pay $87 million in a price-fixing case on LCD displays, but that it ultimately may not end up paying damages.
Four envoys of the International Criminal Court who were detained in Libya last month after visiting the son of slain leader Moamer Kadhafi arrived Tuesday in the Netherlands.
US technology giant Apple has paid a Chinese firm $60 million to settle a long-running dispute over the iPad trademark in China.
An Israeli military court on Sunday sentenced a former military leader of Hamas to multiple life sentences after convicting him of ordering the killing of dozens of Israelis.
The dispute was related to termination of the contract for exploration and production of hydrocarbons at Caratube field because of violations and failure to perform the contract terms by CIOC.
The obligation to disclose the information about the client would deprive him from the right to legal priviledge: Judge.
The participants of the trial on Zhanaozen clashes exchanged their opinions during the hearing of arguments on May 15.
Adviser to Kazakhstan President called law-enforcement authorities to stay alert while former chairman of BTA Bank Mukhtar Ablyazov remains out of prison.
The companies related to ex-chairman of BTA Bank Mukhtar Ablyazov were misleading London’s High Court and had no valid defense on creditors’ case.
The accusations were announced to policemen during the trial in specialized inter-regional criminal court in Aktau on Friday, April 27.
Mukhtar Ablyazov has to be deprived of his right to appeal this ruling, as he is currently on the run: lawyers.
Specialized Inter-Regional Criminal Court of Atyrau oblast has gave prison terms for terrorism to 47 people involved in blasts.
Kazakhstan diplomats in the U.S. have hired a new lawyer for Denyakins family and requested to review the court’s ruling.
The damage caused to Zhanaozen town during the clashes of December 16, 2011, made 250 million tenge.
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