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14 Nov
The former US president wants to avoid testifying and providing documentation to a Congressional committee investigating the 2021 attack on the US Capitol.
9 Nov
Cornet and four other Twitter employees had filed a lawsuit in California federal court on Friday accusing the social media company of violating federal and California laws requiring employers to give 60 days' notice before engaging in mass layoffs.
8 May
The Economy and Climate Minister says the legal action against the accelerated construction of an import terminal for liquefied natural gas will make it harder to move away from Russian energy.
16 Mar
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says negotiations with Russia were starting to sound more "realistic" but more time was needed. In a defiant act of solidarity, a trio of eastern European leaders visited Ukraine's besieged capital, Kyiv.
4 Nov 2021
US legal authorities have filed a suit to block the acquisition of Simon & Schuster by Penguin Random House. They said it would be a bad deal for readers and authors alike.
26 Oct 2021
Three football clubs pushing for a European Super League are reportedly considering legal action. The clubs — which had hoped to stop other teams being promoted or relegated — accuse soccer chiefs of seeking a monopoly.
2 Aug 2021
A lawsuit has alleged that Zoom breached users' privacy by sharing their personal data with Facebook, Google and other tech giants. The company denies this.
31 May 2021
The map, showing the names and location of over 600 mosques and associations in the country, has sparked outcry.
13 Mar 2021
The US city of Minneapolis will pay several million to settle a civil lawsuit brought by George Floyd's family. The police officer charged in connection with Floyd's death is currently facing trial.
14 Feb 2021
Group institutes lawsuit to stop APC membership registration, validation in Kwara
24 Oct 2020
The US Justice Department is suing Google, accusing the tech giant of running a monopoly on internet search markets, harming both consumers and competitors. As a remedy, the government is seeking "structural relief": anything from fines to a potential break-up of Google. Also, the World Economic Forum has bold new projections about automation and the future of work. The group says half of all work tasks will be performed by machines by 2025, but new jobs will be created in fields like data, marketing and robotics.
27 Jun 2020
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