Woman gets compensated for vacuum-assisted birthWoman demands compensation for baby's paralysis, gets compensated for loss of autonomy instead.
Hezbollah rocket victims lose U.S. suit against Lebanese bankU.S. appeals court rules against victims of Hezbollah rocket attacks in Israel who wanted to hold a Lebanese bank liable.
Labor court: Inappropriate behavior isn't always harassmentLabor court judge rules against woman who claimed her boss sexually harassed her by making inappropriate remarks.
Hilltop youth sues police for 30,000 shekelsAfter being wrongfully arrested, and left in difficult conditions, a small-time citizen strikes back with the help of Honenu.
Security guard sues Channel 10 over terror attackJerusalem Light Rail guard claims channel breached agreement by revealing his identity as the one who neutralized a terrorist.
State threatens lawsuit against haredi parentsIf a lawsuit from ex-haredis against the State for negligent education succeeds, the State threatens revenge on their parents and schools.
CEO of top ad agency 'hates those f***ing Jews'Employee’s lawsuit against JWT head Gustavo Martinez claims he made racist remarks against blacks, Jews, and harassed women.
Saudi Arabia threatens Twitter user with lawsuitSaudi Arabia threatens to sue Twitter user who said a death sentence handed down to a poet was 'ISIS-like'.
Support-Israel credit card co. sues El Al for $21 millionHAS Advantage - first-ever card to allow Israel donations together with purchases - sues Israeli airline for breaching agreement and more.
Israeli NGO sues Facebook over pages inciting terrorThousands of Israelis join Shurat HaDin's lawsuit alleging Facebook allowed jihadists to openly recruit and train terrorists.
Family of Islamist killed on Marmara sues Barak over the raidRelatives of 19-year-old American citizen who was killed in Marmara raid launch civil suit against former Defense Minister.
IDF Officer Sues Haredi Harassers for MillionsIDF officer Yehuda Glickman was fed up with fellow haredis' harassment of his military service - so he did something about it.
Barak Threatens to Sue Media Over Leaked RecordingsFormer Defense Minister's legal team threatens Channel 2 after leaks reveal Barak's disdain for Netanyahu, secrets about Iran.
Arab Bank Reaches Settlement with American Terror VictimsArab Bank settles with American victims of attacks in Israel and the PA who filed a lawsuit accusing the bank of supporting terrorism.
Parents of Poisoned Infants 'Want to Prevent Another Tragedy'Attorney Haim Meir who is representing the Gross family explains reason for its negligence lawsuit.
New York School District to Pay for Anti-SemitismThe district will pay out $4.5 million for "deliberate indifference" to years of anti-Semitic abuse in different schools and grades.
Court Throws Out French Mother's Lawsuit over Jihadist SonFrench court dismisses case by a mother against the government for failing to stop her son from leaving to join jihadists in Syria.
Rabbi Riskin Files Million-Shekel Damages SuitSuit follows legal battle over libel claims by Efrat resident; international legal team points to calculated fraud to defame Riskin.
Paris Victims Sue Media Over Live Coverage of Supermarket AttackBFMTV revealed the location of six Jews as they hid from the gunman, lawsuit notes - placing their lives in danger.
Hamas to Face War Crimes Suit in US Department of JusticeShurat Hadin to file lawsuit on behalf of 26 US citizens who were affected by rocket fire at Ben-Gurion Airport during the Gaza war.
Germanwings Crash Could Cost Lufthansa BillionsCrash in the alps last week already costing Lufthansa millions in compensation fees; analysts speculate over possible lawsuits.
Lawsuit Alleges Possible Influence Peddling By Kahlon's BrotherA lawsuit by a Tel Aviv entrepreneur could implicate Koby Kahlon, brother of Kulanu head Moshe Kahlon, with influence peddling
Legal Battle in Jerusalem Over Schindler PapersLawsuit against Yad Vashem by Oskar Schindler's wife's biographer over historic papers behind the efforts that saved 1,200 Jews.
PLO Admits it Can't Pay Fine in NY Terror LawsuitPLO leader admits the organization and PA don't have funds for $655 million in damages for terror attacks, following landmark ruling.
Terror Victim: Trial Against the PA not 'Revenge,' but JusticeDr. Alan Bauer, plaintiff in suit against the PA for terror attacks, speaks on his experiences bringing the PA to justice.
Former Employee: Sarah Netanyahu Verbally Abused Me Over SoupIn testimonies submitted to court, former employees of PM's Residence claim they were victims of Sarah Netanyahu's tantrums.
Lawyer for PLO: Terrorists Acted 'On Their Own Reasons'Lawyer representing the PLO at a U.S. trial says the PLO never officially sanctioned attacks during the Second Intifada.
Lawsuit Against Revlon CEO for Racist, Anti-Semitic RemarksCEO allegedly said he 'can smell black people,' 'Jews stick together,' launched tirade against Americans.
Stakes High for PLO, PA in Shurat Hadin LawsuitInterview: Shurat Hadin's Nitsana Darshan-Leitner explains why Sokolow vs. PLO could see terror orgs sued regularly for their crimes.
Elderly Woman Sues After Pleasure Cruise Turns to a Nightmare73-year-old went to Eilat for a cruise - instead, she got spinal bone fractures and 10% permanent disability.
PA, PLO Attempt to Stall NY Terror Trial OverruledIt's official - $1 billion suit from 2004 to be heard after PA writ thrown out, marking first time PA and PLO tried for terrorist attacks.
Five Shekel Coffee Vendors Get 'Down and Dirty' in CourtIt's a business version of “mud wrestling.” The two Israeli chains that dispense discounted coffee don't like each other much.
Lawsuit over Rampant Anti-Semitism in NY School To ProceedLawsuit filed by Jewish families in New York claims blatant anti-Semitic harassment and staff indifference at high school.
Claim: 'No Evidence' Arab Bank Supported TerrorDefense lawyer balks at accusations that multinational Arab Bank supported terrorism, as trial over terror continues.
US Lawsuit Targets Arab Bank Over Hamas Terror AttacksSome 300 Americans are suing the Arab Bank, which helped Hamas fund its terror activities.
Egged Sues State for NIS 55 million Over Disengagement LossesEgged, the bus company says, was one of the biggest losers in the 2006 disengagement - and it's still waiting for state compensation.
Another Former Employee Sues Netanyahu FamilySarah Netanyahu again accused of causing friction in lawsuit filed by former maintenance man in Prime Minister's Residence.
Former Housekeeper Sues Netanyahus for 1 Million ShekelsFormer employee claims in suit that Sara Netanyahu made his life a misery.
Professors to Sue over Electric Co.’s Pro-PA BiasProfessors warn: if Electric Co. keeps giving Palestinians free electricity, it cannot cut off Israeli debtors, either.
Hareidi Man Suing Police for Forced Shabbat Car RideA hareidi resident of Petach Tikvah is suing police for NIS 2.5 million, after police forced him to ride to a police station on Shabbat.
Rights Group Warns Oxfam over Terror TiesIsraeli rights group warns Oxfam that some of its ‘Palestinian partners’ have ties to terror.
High Court: Reserve Apt. in Afula for Arab BuyerCourt rules on discrimination suit: builders must set aside a home in Afula for Arab man.
Government to Compensate Soldiers for Anthrax Vaccine Test100 soldiers who say they were hurt by anthrax vaccine test to get 36,000 shekels.
Argentine Prosecutor: Abolish Order for Iran to Probe '94 AttackBombing of Argentine Jewish Charities Federation killed 85; AG says deal with Iran over investigation 'unconstitutional'.
After Liberman, Now Weinstein Faces AccusationsIn an ironic twist, Attorney General accused of crimes related to appointment of his deputy.
Terrorists Demand ‘Right’ to a Degree in PrisonTerrorists win the right to appeal the rejection of a lawsuit over higher education in prison.
Lawsuit Reveals Outdated List that Determines Soldiers’ PayA lawsuit has revealed the 1986 list of necessities on which soldiers’ pay is based. Lawyers say list proves soldiers underpaid.
Doctor Partially to Blame in Hiker’s DeathCourt finds IDF doctor failed in his care for injured hiker.
Man Who Wouldn’t Teach ‘Rabin Legacy’ Wins NIS 400,000Assistant Principal fired for objecting to program exalting former PM Yitzchak Rabin has been awarded 400,000 shekels.
Supreme Court ‘Sorry’ to Evacuate Arab RentersSupreme Court rules Arab family must leave Jewish family’s Jerusalem home, but expresses upset over verdict.
ElBaradei to be Tried for Breach of TrustLawsuit filed against Egypt’s former interim Vice President over his failure to consult his supporters before resigning.
Family to Pay 400,000 for Exposing AdoptionThe biological siblings of a man who was adopted as a baby are charged for exposing his past online.
U.S. Judge Dismisses Lawsuit by Alan GrossFederal judge dismisses a lawsuit brought by Alan Gross against the U.S. government, for whom he was working when he was arrested.
Activists Demand 190,000 over Police BrutalitySix right-wing activists sue for 190,000 over alleged brutality during arrest.
NY Judge Rules: Jordanian Bank Can Face Trial Over TerrorismThe Arab Bank has lost a bid to avoid a U.S. trial in a lawsuit by terrorism victims, who accuse it of supporting attacks in Israel.
Nationalist MK to Sue over Journalist’s ‘Pro-Violence’ SlurMK Orit Struk threatens to sue a former Haaretz journalist for claiming she supports attacking Arabs.
Iran to Sue Hollywood Over Oscar-Winning Film 'Argo'Iran plans to sue Hollywood over Oscar-winning film "Argo" as a result of film’s alleged "unrealistic portrayal" of 1979 events.