Most of the unit owners in the Trump International Hotel & Tower Panama want to get rid of the president’s hotel-management company. It refuses to go without a fight and, according to the owners, is trying to bully them into backing down.
President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Paul Manafort was sued by a company tied to Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, who claims he was defrauded after giving $18.9 million to Manafort to invest in a Ukrainian cable television venture.
Rudy Giuliani’s law partner was named as top federal prosecutor in Manhattan, taking charge of an office that investigates Wall Street, international bribery and political corruption.
Jurors considering the fate of Turkish bank executive Mehmet Hakan Atilla, who is charged with trying to help Iran avoid U.S. sanctions, ended three days of deliberations without a verdict and will return to court on Jan. 3 to weigh the case further.
Donald Trump escaped for now a constitutional showdown over the operation of his far-flung business empire while serving as president.
You can’t sue Donald Trump for tweeting that you’re a “real dummy!” and a “major loser” with “zero credibility” -- or for saying you “begged” him for a job on his presidential campaign when you insist you didn’t.
The trial against a Turkish banker accused of laundering money for Iran took a bizarre turn as the U.S. government’s star witness was sued for rape by a man who says he was a fellow inmate in a New York City jail.
Summer Zervos claims President Donald Trump defamed her by denying that he’d groped her and branding women who accused him of similar behavior as liars.
Reza Zarrab, the Turkish currency trader who admitted helping Iran move billions of dollars in violation of U.S. financial sanctions, said in a recorded jailhouse conversation that he needed to lie about his own crimes to get a reduced sentence, according to a summary of his words.
Reza Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian gold trader at the center of an international corruption case, is set to tell a New York jury the “inside story” of a plot to evade American sanctions on Iran that reached the highest levels of Turkey’s government, a prosecutor said.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and the company he founded, WL Ross & Co., were sued by three former managing directors who claim the corporate entities created to handle equity funds were improperly charged millions of dollars in fees.
The president’s purchase of the New Jersey Generals didn’t turn out well. Some think he’s still looking for payback.
President Donald Trump’s claims that women who accused him of sexual harassment lied were just a political opinion he expressed on the campaign trail, his lawyers argued Tuesday.
Anthony Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison for exchanging sexually explicit messages with a 15-year-old girl, capping the spectacular fall of the former congressman whose self-destructive behavior wrecked his career and marriage and played a role in the final days of the 2016 presidential campaign.
Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley expanded his probe into the promotion of opioids by pharmaceutical companies, sending subpoenas to seven more drugmakers seeking information about how they market the painkillers.
Four residents of a town near the New Jersey shore urged a judge to block a $300 million plan by a company owned by the family of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner to revitalize an aging mall, saying approval of the project was rushed to suit the developers without adequate public input.
President Donald Trump said a defamation lawsuit filed in New York by a former “Apprentice” contestant days before he took office should be thrown out because the U.S. Constitution bars state court suits against him.
An Iranian-Turkish gold dealer hired two confidants of President Donald Trump to help defend him against U.S. charges of using his network of companies to circumvent federal sanctions on Iran and possibly bring an end to the case.
President Donald Trump said his immigration controls are needed to protect Americans from “radical Islamic terrorists” as an appeals court decides whether to let him re-impose a ban on travelers from seven Muslim majority nations.
President Donald Trump’s effort to bar travelers from seven mostly Muslim nations is on a track to the U.S. Supreme Court, which may eventually decide how much authority the executive branch has on immigration and national security.
A U.S. appeals court declined to immediately reinstate President Donald Trump’s immigration restrictions, leaving visa holders and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim nations free to travel to the U.S. as arguments over the president’s authority wind toward a possible Supreme Court showdown.
Longtime Los Angeles lawmaker Xavier Becerra, a Hillary Clinton ally who might have been in her cabinet if she had become president, was named as California’s attorney general, a post that may put him in sharp conflict with the incoming Trump administration.
Donald Trump’s request to prevent former Trump University students from introducing any of his campaign statements at their fraud trial this month was tentatively denied, but the judge said he’ll consider excluding specific statements once the case gets underway. Story Link
A consulting firm with ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton sued Republican strategist Ed Rollins, who helps lead a Donald Trump super-PAC, for defamation and breach of contract.
Donald Trump doesn’t want to be judged by statements he makes as the Republican presidential nominee, at least not by jurors who are set to decide next month whether he defrauded hundreds of students through his namesake real-estate school.
When it comes to deciding who ranks as a “10,” New Jersey Governor Chris Christie apparently relies on different criteria than Donald Trump.
A local New Jersey judge wants state prosecutors to probe whether Governor Christopher Christie broke the law after learning his allies were closing the George Washington Bridge to punish a town’s mayor.
Parties agreed to drop suit according to court documents filed Thursday. Terms of the agreement weren’t disclosed. Trump claimed former campaign consultant Sam Nunberg breached a confidentiality clause by leaking information to New York Post about a public argument involving two of his top staffers. Nunberg sued to block Trump’s arbitration claim, in which the presidential candidate sought $10 million in damages.
A former campaign adviser to presumptive Republican Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump won a ruling temporarily blocking the campaign from pursuing an arbitration claim seeking $10 million for breaching a confidentiality clause.
Donald J. Trump claimed he’ll win a lawsuit alleging his namesake real-estate school swindled students as documents unsealed in a related racketeering case showed the hard sell given hesitant prospects.
A list of accomplices in the George Washington Bridge scandal is set to be released by noon May 17 after a judge rejected a request to block disclosure of the identities unless an appeals court intervenes.
Donald Trump asked that a jury of residents, from the only New York county that he didn’t win in last week’s Republican primary, decide whether he defrauded students of his namesake real-estate school.
He claims he never gets sued. These 204 cases show who sues Trump, who Trump sues, and why
Ruling by four-judge panel in Manhattan means Trump University must defend against two fraud claims in a lawsuit by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Restored fraud claim allows attorney general to seek certain monetary penalties against the school Schneiderman sued Donald Trump and Trump University in August 2013, alleging the school swindled students out of $40m Related: Trump Says Judge in University Case Biased Because He’s Hispanic
Univision Networks & Studios Inc. and Donald Trump are agreeing to settle a dispute over the broadcast cancellation of the Miss USA pageant.
President Obama condemned the killings and offered ‘full support’ to the city's police commissioner.