This after the blog failed to remove allegations it published about the house owned by Lee Hsien Loong's late father, Lee Kuan Yew.
We're going after all defectors, says Umno secretary-general. All former MPs and assemblymen will face legal action.
A legal representative of the group said Evra's use of the homophobic slur is unacceptable especially from a former France captain.
Lawyer for the home ministry tells High Court those whose citizenship applications have been rejected can apply again, in a case brought by a girl against the government’s rejection of her application.
Huawei is reportedly preparing to sue the US government for banning federal agencies from using the company's products.
The Oscar-winning actress says Terry Sanderson is seeking to exploit her fame and fortune.
They claim the Sabah government has terminated their contracts wrongfully.
The villagers of Kampung Tasik Cunex claim a logging company and the Forestry Department are threatening them for protesting against the logging activity.
The low-cost airline says it suffered losses due to operational disruptions, adding MAHB’s earlier suit against it should be struck down because the airport operator didn't comply with the law.
It was reported that under the draft law, victims of IP theft can claim for damages.
Umno president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi says the party intends to claim back a large sum from the lawmakers under the Election Offences Act 1954 and all other laws.
Yeo Bee Yin questions grounds for Lynas' plans to take legal action as government is merely implementing the law to protect interests of Malaysians.
Communications and Multimedia minister Gobind Singh Deo wants Putrajaya to amend act that allows governments to sue citizens for defamation.
Citing national security, the ministry said it had requested that sites such as air bases and nuclear power stations be obscured on Google's satellite mapping services.
Lawyers for Liberty says Pakatan Harapan must take a clear stand against suing those who criticise either the federal government or state governments under the coalition.
The former law minister says the decision yesterday will effectively silence dissent.
The Centre For A Better Tomorrow says allowing governments to sue or threaten to sue individuals or organisations could lead to a totalitarian state.
Deputy law minister Mohamed Hanipa Maidin says the people have the right to comment on their government, even if their comments appear defamatory.
The New York City legislation would require Airbnb to share the names and addresses of its hosts with the city’s Office of Special Enforcement.
The federal territories minister says the chairman of Muslim NGO did not produce any proof to back up her claim.
They claim IAC and Match used "false, misleading and incomplete financial information and projections" to create an artificially low valuation of Tinder and avoid paying the group money they’re due under options agreements.
DAP's Sungkai assemblyman A Sivanesan says he did not give orders for clearing and sand mining work to start on farm land in Bidor.
Cartoonist intends to go ahead with his suit for unlawful seizure although police are not pressing charges against him for sedition.
A State Department official said the application was without merit and the United States would fight it in the court.