The MPs for Mersing, Sabak Bernam and Setiu have informed the court they will contest Umno suits seeking RM200,000 each from them.
Perda chairman Haniff Khatri Abdulla says the authority has uncovered 11 other cases of mismanagement.
This week a most unexpected thing has been happening on Paris men's catwalks -- the stuffy old suit has come back.
A source says the former prime minister's withdrawal of legal action against three top government officials is part of his lawyers' plans to prove his innocence in the SRC International case.
S N Nair feels the former prime minister will also settle all remaining actions because his opponents are on a stronger footing to prove their cases or successfully raise justification as a defence.
Markle fans who can't wait until the actress walks down the aisle next month can tune into the seventh season finale of the legal drama "Suits".
Penang Gerakan's Jason Loo says summonses have shaken him up because he thought CM would respect opposition's role of providing check and balance.
As prisoner, Anwar Ibrahim has the distinction of filing the most number of public interest cases.
Ex-judge and a lawyer concur that Najib Razak should delegate his authority to a minister while another counsel feels the PM can do the appointments even though he is involved in several cases before the courts.
Lawyer Hafarizam Harun says PM may take up one defamation case and then "see how it develops" as part of strategic approach in suing.