Lawyers Called to Use Skills to Defend IsraelUnprecedented legal activist training seminar hopes to raise the next generation of Israel's courtroom defenders.
Suit Over Iran's Internet Could Make Legal HistoryFor years, Nitsana Darshan-Leitner has been battling terrorists and their sponsors in the courts - has she just found her trump card?
Hamas Pursues 'Lawfare' Alongside JihadHamas leader Mashaal says 'we have no history or future other than jihad,' adds international courts and UN to list of battle grounds.
UK Funding NGO Lawfare On Israel's Legal SystemNGO Monitor report reveals UK and EU giving $20 million to NGO sabotaging Israeli legal processes.
Arab Susya Quakes as Regavim Walks TallJews with cameras and land-records have struck terror into illegal Arab communities in Yesha as Regavim wages the legal war for Israel
Judge: Terrorists, Not IDF, Responsible for DamageA judge rejects Gaza family’s claim for damages, telling them to complain to terrorists, not Israel.
Verizon Warned to Disconnect PLO in WashingtonThe Israel Law Center warns Verizon and a realtor to stop supplying phone service and office space to the PLO or face criminal charges.
‘Lawfare’ Weapon Fights European Anti-SemitismEuropean Jewish lawyers have launched a ”lawfare” project to fight anti-Semitism. Prosor: Use the tools that are used against us.
Tehran Threatens US With Terror LawsuitsIran has threatened sue the United States for every military action and covert operation the US has undertaken in the past 50 years.
Queen Amends Universal Jurisdiction LawElizabeth II amended the UKs universal jurisdiction law to allow arrest warrants for non Brits - often targeting Israelis - to be vetoed.
IDF Moves to Protect Naval CommandosThe IDF has moved to protect the commandos involved in the Mavi Marmara boarding action following the release of the UN Palmer Report
Sderot Victims to Sue China BankNew York Supreme Court rules that Israeli victims of rocket attacks may sue the Bank of China for sending cash to terrorists.
MK Peretz Escapes Arrest in UKFormer Defense Minister Amir Peretz is a wanted man; the politician barely escaped an arrest in the UK last week.
Officers’ Names May Be CensoredAn IDF committee is recommending that combat officers’ faces and names be kept out of the press, to protect against lawfare.
Lawsuit Threatens Flotilla BoatsA novel lawsuit in a New York court demands the seizure of any boats in the planned flotilla to Gaza, which are accused of violating American laws.
US Judge Rejects Israeli SuitIsraeli plaintiffs lost a bid to sue Al Jazeera in a US court for intentionally aiding Hizbullah in targeting its rockets in 2006.
Legal Warfare May Stop FlotillaThreats of a lawsuit against a firm supplying communications equipment to the IHH flotilla may stop it from sailing - without a shot being fired.
Lloyd’s Won’t Insure FlotillaLeading insurance market says anybody acting for benefit of Hamas would not be insured, as a result of action by Israeli NGO.
Locker Locked Out of BritainNetanyahu’s military secretary, Maj.-Gen. Yohanan Locker, did not accompany him on his latest trip to London, out of concern he might be arrested.
UC Law School: No PA ConferenceA San Francisco college decided at the last minute to back out of sponsoring a PA lawfare conference. Faculty are upset.
US Court to Hear Israeli SuitA US Federal Court judge decides he has sufficient jurisdiction to preside against the PLO for bombings in Israel
Britain Bows on Libel TourismA change in British libel laws will correct a situation where draconian libel laws led to silence.Dr. Rachel Ehrenfeld won the battle for everyone.
Foreign Ministry Blasts 'LawfareDep. Min. Danny Ayalon and 'NGO Monitor' say human rights issues are being abused and exploited to achieve military and political aims.
Dep. FM Wants Non-Jews to HelpDanny Ayalon mentions Instapundit, says government can't win the public diplomacy war by itself, and wants NGOs, private citizens to help out.