A case in New Jersey about Smith & Wesson’s advertising could expose secrets that the industry would prefer to keep hidden.
The father and son face trial on charges that they helped Mr. Ghosn, Nissan’s former chief, flee in a speaker box to Lebanon in 2019.
While state legislatures consider new voting restrictions to address claims of election fraud, the justices will hear arguments on what kind of legal scrutiny such laws should face.
A recent legal decision may force Wall Street to think twice before saddling struggling companies with debts they can’t handle.
Adam Neumann was said to be selling $480 million of his shares to the Japanese conglomerate, which aims to take WeWork public.
The crowdsourced guide collects anonymous gripes and pins every grievance on an interactive map, creating a record of the irritating sounds and sights of Japan.
Imani Bell, 16, collapsed while running up stadium steps in “extreme heat,” according to a complaint filed on Wednesday.
An attempt to evict the fashion icon shines a spotlight on some of the very blurry lines in fashion.
A federal judge’s ruling can allow the state to go ahead with its law while a lawsuit works its way through the courts.
Martin Gugino, then 75, was pushed to the ground by officers during a protest against police violence last year. A video of the episode, which left Mr. Gugino with a fractured skull, circulated widely online.
The investigation into Donald J. Trump has been the focus of enormous attention, but candidates have mostly avoided talking about the case.
Two former students of Mr. Franco’s have agreed to drop their claims that he had intimidated them into performing explicit sex scenes. Mr. Franco has denied the allegations.
President Biden has inherited litigation over a subpoena to Donald F. McGahn II, President Donald J. Trump’s former lawyer, about the Russia investigation.
The recent federal lawsuit against Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani is forcing us into a much-needed history lesson.
The case focuses on two of the company’s facilities in New York.
A federal court ruling moves New York City closer to releasing a vast trove of records regarding police misconduct, a major milestone in a decades-long fight.
The civil rights group brought the suit on behalf of Representative Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, with other Democrats in Congress expected to join as plaintiffs.
Government antitrust lawsuits have created openings for numerous private cases against Big Tech, with more expected to come. If successful, the cases could cost them dearly.
A scholar’s address about racism and music theory was met with a vituperative, personal response by a small journal. It faced calls to cease publishing.
The Supreme Court denied a bid by a father and son to block their extradition. They face trial on charges they helped Japan’s most famous criminal defendant flee to Lebanon.
Grace Community Church reversed course after Los Angeles County health officials warned that indoor conferences were prohibited and that the event could worsen the spread of the coronavirus.
The company said the attorney general, Letitia James, had overstepped her authority in investigating workplace safety.
Lawyers for the pop star and her father, from whom she is estranged, discussed how he would share management of her finances with a corporate fiduciary.
The Duchess of Sussex sued after The Mail on Sunday published extracts of a letter she had written to her estranged father in 2018.
Under Trump, Republicans reshaped the federal judiciary. Now Democrats have the chance to do the same.
In a letter to the court in a pending case, the Justice Department disavowed the Trump administration’s challenge to the law.
Nadire Atas trashed the reputations of dozens of people. On Tuesday, she was charged by the Toronto police with harassment and other offenses.
After a new documentary about Spears by The New York Times was shown, calls to #FreeBritney were joined by a new message: “We are sorry, Britney.”
In a court filing, Rupert Murdoch’s media company says it had the right to broadcast the debunked claims of election fraud promoted by President Donald Trump’s legal team on Fox News and Fox Business.
The former president’s second impeachment trial begins oral arguments on Tuesday. But conservative media organizations face an even more consequential test in the weeks and months ahead.
The former president’s defense team brings together an Alabama civil rights and criminal defense lawyer and a former Pennsylvania prosecutor best known for not charging Bill Cosby.
Defamation cases have made waves across an uneasy right-wing media landscape, from Fox to Newsmax.
The Buccaneers receiver has been one of the most electrifying players in the N.F.L., but he is facing accusations of sexual assault and harassment.
A lawsuit against the University of Tennessee questions when schools can discipline students because of their online speech.
While looking at the pop star’s legal struggles for a new Times documentary, I was struck by the media culture of a bygone era.
Smartmatic accused Rupert Murdoch’s network of promoting a false narrative about the 2020 election that damaged the company.
Joel Marrable, an Air Force veteran, was largely bedridden by cancer and “incapable” of defending himself when ants attacked him at a Veterans Affairs facility, his family said.
The consulting firm has reached the agreement with 47 states because of its advice to drugmakers, including Purdue Pharma, the manufacturer of OxyContin.
The Trump administration had claimed that the school’s practices hurt white and Asian-American applicants, violating the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Hospitals use century-old lien laws to bypass insurers and charge patients, especially poorer ones, the full amount.
Tammy and Jordan Myers will have to adopt their twins after two Michigan judges denied them parental rights because the children had been carried by a surrogate.
Religious orders have their own hierarchies, so they have their own ways of handling abuse allegations.
Outrageous lies destroyed Guy Babcock’s online reputation. When he went hunting for their source, what he discovered was worse than he could have imagined.
The order, answering a demand for documents by New York’s attorney general, rejected a bid to shield the records with attorney-client privilege.
James Glawson, 76, sexually assaulted six young men, including one who is developmentally disabled, Rhode Island authorities said.
The social network has discussed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple, as tensions grow between the companies over how each treats consumer data.
Some 40 women will participate in the bankruptcy court agreement, though others who have sued Mr. Weinstein and accused him of sexual abuse have objected to the terms and are considering an appeal.
An alleged racial profiling of a Latino man quickly escalated and led to the demotion of a police sergeant.
The lawsuits accused the former president of violating the Constitution by doing business with foreign governments. The justices dismissed the suits as moot.
The suit against Mr. Giuliani, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump who pushed to overturn the election results, accuses him of carrying out “a viral disinformation campaign.”