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Shanghai Disneyland sued for practising ‘double standards’

The lawsuit against Shanghai Disneyland takes the entertainment company to task because the same strictures do not apply to its US or European parks.

Indonesian seaweed farmers seek US$140 mil over oil spill in Australia

The legal action represents more than 15,000 seaweed farmers on Thailand's PTT Exploration and Production after suffering damage from Australia's oil spill.

Folau sues for ‘substantial’ payout from Rugby Australia

Israel Folau takes legal action against Rugby Australia after he was dismissed over homophobic social media posts.

Dr M defends delay in charging toxic waste dumping suspect

The prime minister assures people that the government knows how to handle the case where toxic waste was dumped into a Pasir Gudang river causing many people to fall ill.

See you in court, MP tells ex-CM Rahim

Kota Melaka MP Khoo Poay Tiong says he will not apologise for his statement on Rahim Thamby Chik's application to join PPBM.

Penang’s Islamic council to sue those defaming them during Semenyih polls

Council says the slander hurled against them for evicting residents from an endowment land in Butterworth has gone out of hand.

MyPPP contemplating legal action against RoS

M Kayveas says he has submitted an appeal to Home Minister Muhyiddin Yassin against MyPPP's deregistration.

No legal action against The Guardian, says Top Glove

Top Glove executive chairman says the company wants to do more business, not fight with people.

Sri Lanka ousted premier ready for polls as legal action planned

The party of the deposed prime minister also said it would mount a legal challenge to the president’s move in Sri Lanka’s top court.

Paris Saint-Germain promise racial profiling report by next week

The internal investigation was launched in response to revelations by French investigative website Mediapart that club talent scouts operated a system of racial profiling for years.

MEF mulls suing govt over minimum wage

Its executive director Shamsuddin Bardan says according to the law, the rates can only be revised in 2021.

Kimanis PKR chief demands apology for corruption claims after MACC arrest

Awang Kamis Awang Ahmad says he will sue those who reported him to the anti-graft agency if they do not apologise within three days.

Time’s up, prepare for legal action, Kit Siang tells Hanif

Lim Kit Siang's lawyer Ramkarpal Singh says he will issue a letter of demand next week, adding he also wants the ex-IGP to be investigated for sedition.

Chelsea’s Willian to take legal action over ‘forged’ letter

According to Willian, the letter stated that Denirobson Dias had given permission to Renee Pinheiro Anunciação to represent Willian to clubs in the United Kingdom and France

Don’t sue yet over Ramadan bazaar lots, Boo tells DAP man

The former Johor DAP chairman says an excessive number of lawsuits by politicians against party members goes against efforts to fight corruption and cronyism.

Japan’s crypto exchange Coincheck sued after hack

Japanese officials have suggested Coincheck lacked proper security measures, leaving itself vulnerable to theft.

Family mulls legal action against nursery after toddler dies

13-month-old Ahnaf Hanafi Mohd Hanif became unconscious at the nursery and was pronounced dead at a clinic.

Mahathir threatens legal action over incomplete RCI report

Legal team will demand that secretariat stop circulating current report until they include 495 pages supplied to them earlier, says lawyer Mohamed Haniff Khatri Abdulla.

Wan Azizah slams planned legal action against Padi Rescue

Opposition leader says she supports move by the coalition of NGOs to replace Bernas and bring back the National Padi and Rice Board (LPN).

Unpaid employees have rights too

Do unpaid employees make a stand and refuse to be bullied or tolerate the injustice for a good-looking CV?

NGO threatens to sue over claims it was paid to tarnish...

The Welfare and Social Organisation is giving Minister Rohani Abdul Karim a week to apologise or face court action.

Hamidah refutes bribe offer to quit PPBM

Former PPBM vice-president says she is considering legal action against party’s youth chief Syed Saddiq Abdul Rahman over the allegation.

Company defends ad, says it teaches respect for wives

SlimmeWhite Malaysia may take action against a blogger for distorting the real message behind the advertisement.

Lawyer: No legal grounds for MACC’s action against Guan Eng

N Surendran says the Penang CM was well within the protection of free speech guaranteed by the constitution, and MACC as a public-funded body cannot take action over defamation.