PUTRAJAYA (April 7): The Federal Court's registrar office confirmed that there was a mass disruption to the Putrajaya campus network yesterday for one and a half hours that affected the Internet connection at the Palace of Justice and other surrounding agencies here.
PUTRAJAYA (April 5): The Federal Court has today dismissed former deputy prime minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi's application to consolidate his 12 criminal breach of trust (CBT) charges to just three charges in his trial for misappropriation of funds belonging to Yayasan Akalbudi.
PUTRAJAYA (March 4): In a landmark judgement, a seven-member Federal Court bench unanimously ruled today that political parties cannot sue an individual for defamation.
PUTRAJAYA (March 3): The Federal Court, which today released its written judgement on Malaysiakini’s contempt of court case over comments posted by readers, said the comments were “simply scurrilous and irreprehensible”.
Federal Court rules govt officials can sue for defamation in Guan Eng case against Perkasa's Ibrahim Ali
PUTRAJAYA (Feb 26): The Federal Court today ruled that a government official can sue for defamation in his or her official capacity, in a suit brought by Lim Guan Eng against Perkasa.
PUTRAJAYA (Feb 23): Mkini Dotcom Sdn Bhd, the company that operates news portal Malaysiakini, had today paid the RM500,000 fine imposed by the Federal Court for contempt of court after Malaysiakini failed to establish that it had no knowledge of five readers comments which were offending to the judiciary.
PUTRAJAYA (Feb 22): The Federal Court will deliver its verdict on Thursday in a constitutional challenge brought by a 35-year-old man on a provision under the Selangor syariah law on sexual intercourse against the order of nature.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 20): A Federal Court “landmark ruling” of Feb 10 on “the scope of and powers” of the Tribunal for Homebuyer Claims seems to have provoked a lot of questions, according to a report by The Edge Malaysia.
KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 19): Malaysiakini has managed to get donations of more than RM500,000 in under five hours after it launched a fundraising effort to help pay a fine imposed by the Federal Court today.