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He said, 'I am leaving PDP because of the unending legal battle in Ogun state; this leading to a protracted crisis in the party.
The decision brings an end to a legal battle that started back in 2014.
Costa's representatives have accused Conte of forcing him out and now Chelsea are locked in a bitter legal battle with the player.
Or else a legal battle has to be fought in this regard," he added.
The infant had been at the centre of a legal battle over how long he should receive life-support treatment, and with his parents wanting to take him to America for experimental treatment.
Ezz, who denies being the father or ever marrying Zeina, has lost every legal battle to her, so what makes him think that he will win this time around?
Irish budget carrier Ryanair is facing a legal battle with the European Commission after it was told to repay almost EUR10m in what was found to be illegal state aid, Sky News reported on Wednesday.
Beijing: Hong Kong's top court on Monday ruled that foreign maids were not eligible to seek permanent residency in a legal battle that has split the city.
Summary: A BA employee who claimed she suffered discrimination at work because of her faith has won a landmark legal battle at the ECHR.
Summary: SAN JOSE - Urging the world's largest smartphone makers to settle their differences, a federal judge said she will issue rulings aimed at resolving a multifaceted legal battle between Apple and Samsung Electronics.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister for Information & Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira on Thursday rejected the notion that Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani should resign on moral grounds after the apex court verdict and said that the premier was not facing moral charges and rather a legal battle was going on.
A WOMAN who fought her ex-husband in a bitter legal battle over a pounds 560,000 divorce row has told how she will not give up her battle for justice.