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Latest High Court Items
An al Qaeda-linked terror group claimed responsibility for a briefcase bomb that killed at least 11 people and injured more than 65 others when it exploded Wednesday morning outside a New Delhi courthouse.
The High Court in London has given Premier League club Tottenham the right to seek a judicial review of the decision to award the Olympic Stadium to West Ham after the 2012 Games.
Online retailers like eBay Inc. can be held responsible for the infringement of trademarks by goods they sell, Europe's top court said Tuesday.
Serbia's flamboyant folk music queen Svetlana Raznatovic, better known as Ceca, will spend eight months under a house arrest and pay a euro1.5 million ($2.2 million) fine as part of a contentious plea bargain approved by a Belgrade court on Monday.
Actress Sienna Miller and three other alleged victims of a British tabloid phone-hacking scandal could push ahead with suing the News of The World newspaper, a judge said Friday.
It remains one of Ireland's great unsolved murders. But now, 14 years on, France may be about to get to the bottom of it.
George Lucas' movie empire is striking back in Britain's Supreme Court against a prop designer over the iconic stormtrooper helmets from the "Star Wars" films.
Bangladesh's High Court has delayed its ruling on the legality of a government order dismissing Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus as head of the microfinance bank he founded, an official said Sunday.
A Europe-based disc jockey is disputing a British court ruling against him in a trademark infringement lawsuit filed by Elvis Presley Enterprises.