Published: Feb 17, 2022
The parents of an eye doctor on Thursday filed a civil lawsuit against the Royal Thai Police and a junior policeman, demanding compensation of Bt72 million for her death caused by the cop at a Bangkok zebra crossing.
Published: Feb 11, 2022
Deputy Transport Minister Atirat Ratanasate on Friday instructed the Marine Department to sue Star Petroleum Refining Plc (SPRC) for allegedly violating the order to suspend the use of single point mooring (SPM) since January 26.
Published: Dec 17, 2021
The Chana Rak Thin protesters who had gathered outside Government House on December 6 were handled in line with the Public Assembly Act and the emergency decree, Pol Maj-General Nakarin Sukontawit, commander of Protection and Crowd Control Division said on Thursday.
Published: Nov 25, 2021
Faced with unceasing trouble even after two months of flooding, angry Suphan Buri shrimp farmers slapped government agencies with as many as 210 lawsuits on Thursday for their water "mismanagement". They are demanding compensation to the tune of THB142 million for damages incurred.
Published: Nov 13, 2021
Former "Apprentice" contestant Summer Zervos on Friday announced that she would drop her 2017 lawsuit alleging former president Donald Trump had defamed her by denying he had sexually assaulted her years earlier.
Published: Oct 21, 2021
WASHINGTON - The attorney general for the District of Columbia has added Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg to a lawsuit stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal, one of the first times the tech scion has personally been targeted by regulators.
Published: Jul 08, 2021
A group of state attorneys general filed an antitrust lawsuit targeting Googles app store Wednesday, adding to the tech giants mounting regulatory woes, as government officials at both the federal and state level bring challenges to its business practices.
Published: Nov 27, 2020
Representatives of pro-democracy persons and rights lawyers filed a lawsuit against the prime minister and his deputies on Friday, demanding Bt3.5 million in damages over the declaration of a state of severe emergency in Bangkok last month.
Published: Oct 21, 2020
Whether you want to look up facts about the moon or find the lowest prices on sweatpants, Google's search engine is unavoidable. That's a problem for consumers, said the U.S. government in a new, long awaited antitrust lawsuit filed against the company Tuesday.
Published: Sep 29, 2020
LONDON - Uber won a long-running legal battle on Monday that will allow it to continue operating in London, a major victory for the ride-hailing app that has repeatedly clashed with the city's transport authorities and its traditional black cab drivers.