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One City files assessment of damages against temple devotees

Parties advised to resolve dispute through out-of-court settlement.

Telegraph to pay Melania Trump `substantial damages for article

The British newspaper says in “The Mystery of Melania,” the cover story of its Jan. 19 edition of the magazine, it made erroneous claims about her family and career.

Kok demands apology, RM30 mil from PAS youth chief over anti-Islam...

Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok says the allegations by Selangor PAS Youth chief Syarhan Humaizi Halim are defamatory and paint her as anti-Islam.

Court awards housewife RM825,000 over fraudulent land deal

Chow Cho Tai's trouble began when her personal particulars and signatures were used to appoint her as a company director.

Fire causes RM1 mil in damages at Bukit Merah Orang Utan...

It damages sales centre selling tourism products and cinema hall.

China to allow victims of IP theft to sue for damages

It was reported that under the draft law, victims of IP theft can claim for damages.

1MDB reports: Govt ordered to pay publisher RM11 mil over suspension

The High Court awarded the compensatory damages to The Edge Communications Sdn Bhd.

West Indies batsman Gayle awarded US$220,000 for defamation

The jury also found that Fairfax was motivated by malice in publishing the stories, which could have left the company open to punitive damages.

Report: AG Thomas to file RM19 bil suit against Goldman Sachs

A report in Asia Times says Tommy Thomas is preparing to file a civil suit seeking damages from Goldman Sachs for its role in the 1MDB scandal.

Deepak sues Najib, Rosmah for RM656 mil over land deal

Businessman Deepak Jaikishan claims he and his company suffered losses after the couple used their power and influence to edge him out.

1MDB critic’s suit against ex-IGP, former AG to be heard from...

Khairuddin filed RM8.83 million suit for unlawful detention and malicious prosecution for lodging reports overseas about funds missing from the state investment fund.

Puerto Rico’s death toll from Hurricane Maria raised to nearly 3,000

The study, conducted by George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health also found that the risk of death from the hurricane was higher for the poor and elderly men.

Bauxite mine to pay RM37,000 in damages to families of drowned...

Lawyer for families says he will appeal to get aggravated and exemplary damages from court.

Monsanto loses US$289 million verdict in roundup cancer trial

The question of whether Monsanto's herbicide causes cancer has been hotly debated, even as Monsanto has insisted for decades that it’s perfectly safe.

Zunar applauds court for revoking ban on his ‘Sapuman’ book

The cartoonist says it is not only a victory for himself but for other writers, cartoonists and publishers in the country.

Hospital ordered to pay RM735,000 over death of retired doctor

The victim's husband says the intention of his suit is to send a message to hospitals and doctors that every life in their hands deserves their unstinting professionalism.

US jury awards Canada’s WiLan US$145 million damages against Apple

San Diego jury had determined that versions of Apple's iPhone infringed two WiLan patents relating to wireless communications technology, the patent licensing company said in a statement.

Anak president abandons bankruptcy appeal, pays Felda RM793,000

His lawyer Hassan Abdul Karim says Mazlan Aliman paid the judgment sum to the Insolvency Department last week.

Deepak seeks to include Najib, 7 others in widow’s suit

The move is for them to share the damages if the court finds the businessman liable for causing intentional harm under the suit brought by PI Bala's widow A Santamil Selvi.

Defamation suit by lawyer: Utusan allowed to appeal

Federal Court accepts two questions of law to be argued by the publisher.

FGV won’t object to appeal by PKR mouthpiece over RM2 million...

However, Felda's position on the matter is unknown as its new chairman has yet to be appointed.

Judge: La Kaffa won’t lose out if Tealive stays in business

Justice Rhodzariah Bujang, in a dissenting judgment, argues that an injunction against Tealive will cost its employees their jobs.

Rights lawyer Paulsen wins RM100,000 damages in defamation suit

Three-member Court of Appeal bench upholds Eric Paulsen's appeal, saying he has proven all the necessary elements.

US fund claims US$175 million from South Korea over Samsung units’...

Mason Capital Management has filed a legal claim seeking at least US$175 million from the South Korean government as compensation for damages it says it sustained from a 2015 merger of two Samsung Group affiliates.

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