Latest High Court Items
Australia had a gay-marriage law — for five days. On Thursday, the country's highest court struck it down, sidelining the dreams of more than two dozen gay couples who had traded vows but now faced immediate annulment.
British officials had a baby forcibly removed by cesarean section after a High Court ruled the child's mother was incapable of being a fit parent.
Bernie Ecclestone defended himself Wednesday at the High Court in London against allegations he made a "corrupt" payment to protect his position running Formula One.
Two days after Sebastian Vettel won his fourth Formula One title, the spotlight shifted to London's High Court and the latest case that leaves the motorsports series' boss Bernie Ecclestone's future in doubt.
A Bangladeshi court on Thursday banned the South Asian nation's largest Islamist party from taking part in the next elections, saying the party violates the country's secular democratic principles.
Pop singer Rihanna has won a court case in Britain against retailer Topshop, which was selling T-shirts bearing her image without permission.
For the five-year anniversary of the landmark Supreme Court ruling on District of Columbia v. Heller, the Cato Institute brought together the original legal team to reflect on the impact. Emily Miller, The Washington Times' senior editor for opinion, spoke about how D.C. technically complied with the High Court's decision but put in place onerous registration laws to discourage gun ownership.
Australia's highest court on Wednesday threw out a ruling against Google Inc. that had found the Internet giant guilty of breaching trade law by hosting deceptive advertisements.
Australia's highest court has thrown out a ruling against Google Inc. that had found the Internet giant guilty of breaching trade law by hosting deceptive advertisements.