LONDON (Reuters) - Trinity Mirror said it had not yet received any legal claims over allegations of phone hacking. "We note the allegations made against us by Mark Lewis in today's papers," the owner of the Daily Mirror tabloid said in a statement on Tuesday. "We have not yet received any claims nor have we been provided with any substantiation for those claims." On Monday, Lewis, the lawyer who led phone-hacking cases against News International, filed legal claims against Trinity Mirror on behalf of four people, including the former England soccer manager Sven-Goran Eriksson. ...
Two former executives of collapsed real estate investment firm First Leaside Group are asking for a stay of the Ontario Securities Commission’s fraud case against them pending the outcome of a civil lawsuit filed by aggrieved investors who blame the regulator for First Leaside’s collapse.
AP Photo/Mel EvansA judge is refusing to throw out the criminal case against Bill Cosby, rejecting the argument that a verbal agreement with a previous prosecutor gave him immunity from being tried for sexual assault, NBC Chicago reports.
Local British police suspected more than 10 years ago that a missing schoolgirl's phone had been hacked by people associated with Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct News of the World tabloid, an attorney said Wednesday.