US President Donald Trump will push ahead on Tuesday with legal challenges to the results of last week's election after US Attorney General William Barr told federal prosecutors to look into any "substantial" allegations of voting irregularities.
Iranian Ambassador to London Hamid Baeidinejad said the country will take legal action against a British court ruling on a series of defense deals signed between the two countries before the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Would-be cigarette smokers in the US state of Hawaii might have to wait a very long time for their first legal drag, after a lawmaker introduced a bill that would bar sales to anyone under the age of 100.
Tehran wants to sue Washington for its indirect involvement in the dual terrorist attacks in Iran last year, saying that the US president himself has repeatedly admitted that Washington is responsible for the rise of the Daesh terrorist group.
FLAC, the network of Free Legal Advice Centers in Ireland, called on the Legal Aid Board to drop legal fees for victims of domestic violence ahead of the launch today of its 2016 annual report which shows that 25,710 people received legal advice from volunteer lawyers at its nationwide network of advice clinics or through its helpline.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was prepared for a drawn-out battle with Scotland's nationalist First Minister Nicola Sturgeon over the timing of a Scottish independence referendum, according to Britain's Scotland Minister David Mundell.
The administration of former president Barack Obama spent a record $36.2 million on legal costs in its final year in office trying to keep government files secret, despite a pledge to be the most transparent government in history, according to a new report.
Somalia’s internationally-backed government is reportedly planning to file a legal case against the rulers of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for setting up a military base in the unrecognized breakaway republic of Somaliland.