A family court in Nevada gave a Reno-based hospital permission to perform two electroencephalograms (ECG) on a 20 year-old brain dead patient despite strong protest from the patient’s family.
A Chinese court has fined GlaxoSmithKline $485 million for bribing hospitals and doctors to use its products.
The EU court might consider extreme obesity a disability.
An amish girl with cancer has gone into hiding after a court in Ohio stated that the child must undergo chemotherapy treatment.
The federal government has ended the long legal fight hoping to keep the age restrictions on morning-after pills.
Lawyers from the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti have issued the United Nations with an ultimatum: either start talks for a compensation claim within 60 days, or the international organization will be taken to court to the tune of billions of dollars.
On Monday, a judge is expected to weigh in on a local custody case that revolves around a young Russian couple living in Sacramento, California and their 5-month-old baby boy that was removed from them by Child Protective Services last Wednesday.
A 31-year-old Danish man was found not guilty for fondling two 17-year-old girls due to his sleeping disorder, sexsomnia.
Prosecutors say that the case of Kermit Gosnell is not about abortion, but about murder.
An Australian court ruled today that it is possible to patent genes.