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Elon Musk Sues Indian Battery Company ‘Tesla Power’ Over Trademark Infringement

Tesla, owned by CEO Elon Musk, has filed a lawsuit against an Indian battery company called "Tesla Power" over alleged trademark infringement. 

Gordon Ramsay’s London Pub Seized by Squatters Threatening Legal Action if Evicted

A group of "professional squatters" have taken over a London pub owned by chef Gordan Ramsay and are threatening legal action against anyone who tries to kick them out, according to a report.

High Court to Consider Julian Assange Extradition Appeal Amidst International Scrutiny

Tuesday, February 21 marks a pivotal moment for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as two high court judges in London convene to consider whether he...

U.K. Government Orders Death of Baby Girl After Preventing Parents From Taking Her to Italy For Treatment

Britain's High Court executed a sick 8-month-old girl early Monday morning after her parents fought in recent weeks to continue receiving treatment for her mitochondrial disorder.

Government-Run Hospitals Can Remove Baby’s Life Support, English Court Rules

England’s High Court ruled that a government-run hospital can withdraw a baby's life support.

Trump Sues Christopher Steele in the U.K. Over Debunked ‘Dossier’

Former President Donald Trump has initiated legal proceedings against ex-MI6 officer Christopher Steele in the United Kingdom, accusing him of creating and disseminating the infamous dossier that Trump argues is discredited.

Pfizer, J&J, Other Companies Accused of ‘Pharmaceutical Bullying’ in South Africa After Court Orders Release of Contracts

Recently disclosed vaccine contracts between South Africa and various pharmaceutical companies have raised concerns over "pharmaceutical bullying."

Supreme Court Gives Biden Admin Victory in Immigration Case

The Supreme Court gave the Biden administration a victory in an immigration case, ruling that Republican states could not challenge a policy narrowing Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) priorities for arresting and deporting illegal immigrants.

Arizona Supreme Court Orders Hearing on Signature Verification Issue in Kari Lake’s Election Challenge

The court ordered "that the trial court shall forthwith conduct such proceedings as appropriate to resolve" the signature verification allegations raised by Lake.

Gov. DeSantis Approves Death Penalty for Child Rapists

"[W]we think that the worst of the worst crimes deserve the worst of the worst punishment," says DeSantis.

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