Jim Walden was discussing the reports that Trump's Save America PAC is paying legal bills for key figures in classified documents investigation.
Italian artist aleXsandro Palombo is threatening legal action against Cardi B and her team for unauthorized use of their artwork.
"Fans throw cans to people in championship parades all the time. That is a widely known thing. To get them to chug," the fan said in a statement.
He also told his wife's sister at a family dinner that she shouldn't actually go through with the divorce because she was "going to lose a lot."
Harry's lawsuit against Associated Newspapers "evokes memories" of a historic phone-hacking scandal, legal experts tell Newsweek.
Prominent media lawyer Will Charlesworth told Newsweek how Harry's latest lawsuit shows his desire to "hold the press to account" for their actions.
The actress discussed the custody situation regarding her daughter, Kaya, who lives in Ukraine with her ex, Wladimir Klitschko on a recent podcast.
Trump's legal team said it is having issues finding a vendor to prepare the materials to be digitally uploaded for viewing because of the size of the files.
The departing employee was told it was "industry standard" for those exiting the company to not receive their performance bonus—but he refused to accept that.
Celebrity divorce attorney Nancy Chemtob has offered the Victoria's Secret model expert advice amid the Adam Levine cheating scandal.
Renato Mariotti was reacting to Judge Raymond Dearie's request that the former president prove he declassified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago.
Former Florida Solicitor General Chris Kise has been brought in to head the former president's counsel.
Tiffany Haddish's attorney has categorically denied all allegations of child sexual abuse levelled at her and comedian Aries Spears.
Christina Bobb is said to have signed a statement telling FBI that all classified documents were removed from Mar-a-Lago in June.
Allison Gill, host of the "Mueller, She Wrote" podcast, scrutinized Evan Corcoran and Christina Bobb over allegations they tried to hinder the investigation.
The former news anchor faced FBI agents at Mar-a-Lago on August 8.
The woman says the final straw was when they gave away her office to a new, male hire.
His attorney, Alina Habba, erroneously claimed a certain statute leveled against Trump hasn't been used "in a hundred years."
Former President Donald Trump may have more to gain politically than legally from the unsealing of the affidavit that led to the FBI search.
Morgan Tremaine claimed Heard's new legal team, replacing Elaine Bredehoft, tried to prevent him from testifying during the Johnny Depp defamation trial.
"If Amber kept the same attorneys, she would get the same results," one legal expert told Newsweek regarding the change in Heard's legal representation.
Bredehoft, who represented Heard during her trial against Johnny Depp, said in a statement shared with Newsweek that it's "the perfect time to pass the baton."
Amber Heard will have new legal representation as she seeks to overturn the defamation case she lost to Johnny Depp in June.
"He got caught and he knows it. This is what guilty people say," former federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski tweeted.
Former U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance said it is likely that the sensitive information obtained by the FBI this week was "fresh."
Kanye West has parted ways with the fifth divorce attorney to represent him amid his ongoing separation from Kim Kardashian. Experts examine why.
Yarelyn Mena worked on Depp's legal team in his recent successful defamation trial against ex-wife, Amber Heard.
Our immigration proceedings must adequately address the mental health of people who are here to seek protection from situations that are, by definition, traumatic.
"It just shows he was angry, as anyone publicly accused of domestic violence would be," one of Depp's lawyers wrote in recently unsealed court documents.
Johnny Depp and his lawyer Camille Vasquez have been the subject of multiple dating rumors since his trial against ex-wife Amber Heard.