Middle East

Terrorism

Arab Bank is held liable in first civil trial victory under anti-terrorism law

Aviation & Space Law

TSA bans uncharged cellphones and laptops on some international flights

Criminal Justice

9-month-old Pakistani baby is charged with plotting murder

Terrorism

Gunmen attack Pakistani court complex, killing at least 11 people

Features

Adolf Eichmann is convicted for his role in the ‘Final Solution’

International Law

Saudi Arabia licenses its first women lawyers

International Law

Mubarak released and flown to hospital

Criminal Justice

Former Pakistan president is accused in Bhutto assassination

Criminal Justice

Mubarak may soon be freed, his lawyer says

International Law

Woman jailed for extramarital sex after complaining of rape is pardoned, along with alleged attacker

Constitutional Law

Egypt’s military suspends constitution, installs top judge as temporary president

Cybersecurity

Stunned by $45M cyberheist, banks have limited options for trying to recover money

Trials & Litigation

Bin Laden spokesman who talked of 9/11 attacks on video extradited to US

Evidence

Video shows car was towed after city workers painted it into a handicapped parking space

Legal Ethics

Marauding Lawyers Spur Fears in Pakistan

Banking Law

British Bank Agrees to $340M Deal to Settle Laundering Claim

International Law

Sectarian Cases Risky for Iraqi Lawyers

Law Schools

Harvard to Help Qatar Foundation Open a Law School in Doha

International Law

Iranian Lawyer Gets 9 Years for Defending Clients on Death Row

Law Firms

At Least 12 More Partners Exit Dewey & LeBoeuf for McDermott, Morgan Lewis and Pillsbury Winthrop