Protests are banned in Singapore, but some are now seeing crowdfunding as a symbolic way to push back against lawsuits filed by the government.
A participant in a COVID-19 vaccine trial has been sued for $13.5 million for defamation.
It's a victory for the advice columnist, who says Trump raped her in the 1990s.
The Department of Justice claims Trump's denials occurred as part of his official duties as president, meaning he could be defended by government lawyers—and, by extension, with taxpayer money.
Singapore’s leaders defend defamation lawsuits as a way of protecting their reputations. But critics say the practice stifles freedom of expression.
Mandi Gray, one of the defendants being sued by Canadian author Steven Galloway, launched the fundraiser.
The Justice Department is trying to take over from Trump's personal legal team in his case against the woman suing Trump for defamation after he called her a liar.
Netflix’s Bad Boy Billionaires Investigates India’s Biggest Accused Scammers. Now, Its Subjects Are Trying to Block Its Release.
The docuseries covering the rise, fall, greed and corruption of Indian businessmen Vijay Mallya, Nirav Modi, Subrata Roy, and Ramalinga Raju was put on hold by multiple courts.
Kevin J. Johnston conducted a vile campaign against Toronto restaurateur Mohamad Fakih on Facebook and YouTube.
Nunes is suing the McClatchy Company, which owns 29 newspapers, for its reporting on an allegedly drug- and sex-filled party on a boat owned by a Napa Valley-based winery.
Proving "actual malice" is hard.
On Wednesday, a federal judge dismissed actress Ashley Judd's sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein, leaving her with the sole option of suing him on the grounds of defamation.