A woman who says she was the “secret wife” of the late King Fahd of Saudi Arabia will not receive a penny from one of his sons – despite a High Court judge ruling the prince agreed to give her more than £15 million.
Victims of black cab rapist John Worboys face a wait to see if they have successfully challenged a decision to release him from jail.
Two businessmen who want Google to stop linking their names to media reports about past crimes are waiting to see if they have won High Court fights.
An aristocrat embroiled in a legal battle with his estranged wife is being represented by barristers who have agreed to work for nothing.
Lawyers for black cab rapist John Worboys have urged High Court judges to take the “greatest care” when considering whether to overturn a Parole Board decision to release him.
The Parole Board has acknowledged the “serious suffering” and “courage” of victims of black cab rapist John Worboys during a landmark High Court action brought in a bid to block his release from jail.
Victims of black cab rapist John Worboys believe something went “badly wrong” with a Parole Board decision to free him from prison, leading judges have heard.
Victims of black cab rapist John Worboys have accused the Parole Board of failing to take account of “critical evidence” when reaching a decision to release him from prison.
Women abused by an Aberdeen rapist when they were children have described his four-year sentence as a “joke”.
Victims of black cab rapist John Worboys begin a High Court challenge against what they describe as the “irrational” decision to release him from jail.
A second businessman who wants Google to stop linking his name to internet media reports about a past crime has begun a High Court fight.
A severely-disabled 12-month-old boy, who was at the centre of a High Court treatment battle, lived for seven hours after life-support equipment was turned off, his father says.
Sir Cliff Richard wants to stop information he says is private and sensitive from emerging during a High Court battle with the BBC.
A businessman who wants Google to stop linking his name to internet media reports about a past crime is waiting to hear whether he has won an historic High Court fight.
Campaigners have lost a legal bid to force the Government to release studies on the economic impact of Brexit.
A High Court judge analysing a row over the financing of a car auction firm which went into liquidation may consider allegations relating to the “destruction of documentation”.
A businessman who ran a car auction operation is preparing for a High Court trial after becoming embroiled in a legal battle with Lloyds Bank and accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers over financing.
A woman who took her daughter to Spain after social services staff raised concerns about the youngster’s care has apologised to a High Court judge.
Three women who say they were “groomed, pimped and trafficked” into sex work have won a legal challenge against the Government.
A historic High Court trial featuring a businessman and Google bosses should end next week.
The parents of a brain-damaged boy at the centre of a life-support battle believe “the state” has wrongly prevented them from making a choice about treatment, appeal judges have been told.
A businessman who wants Google to stop linking his name to internet media reports about a past crime has denied painting a “false” picture of his career.
Google bosses have mounted a “public interest” defence after two businessmen took historic High Court action in a bid to stop their names being linked to internet media reports about past crimes.
A businessman who wants Google to stop linking his name to internet media reports about a past crime has begun a historic High Court fight.
HS2 bosses have defended their plans to rehome great crested newts found at a construction site in west London after environmental campaigners accused them of being short-sighted.
The father of a brain-damaged boy at the centre of a life-support treatment battle has become embroiled in another legal fight after being barred from the London hospital where the youngster is being cared for.
The Government will have to do more to tackle illegal levels of air pollution after a High Court judge ruled its current plans are “unlawful”.
The High Court is to rule on whether Government plans to tackle air pollution are “unlawful”.
The father of a brain-damaged boy has said he will not give up despite losing a life-support treatment battle in the High Court
The parents of a seriously ill boy are waiting to see whether they have won a High Court treatment fight with doctors.
The right to peaceful protest is under attack a Green Party leader said after the Transport Secretary won a legal fight against HS2 opponents.
A man left with a permanent brain injury after he was given double the intended dose of radiotherapy two decades ago is to receive a compensation package of £7 million in settlement of his clinical negligence claim.