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81. news | 05 Nov 2013
» The Intellectual Property and International Trade Court has urged Starbucks and a local coffee seller to try to settle their trademark infringement dispute before the next hearing on Nov 18.
82. learning | 16 Jan 2013
About law enforcement
» Highest administrative court sends clear message to police who broke up oil pipeline protest in Hat Yai in 2002 before Thaksin mobile cabinet meeting.
83. opinion | 22 Oct 2013
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» In just under three weeks, Thailand will hear a court verdict likely to have a strong impact on the nation. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) is to decide on what could be the final legal challenge over the beaut...
84. learning | 24 Jan 2013
» Somyot Prueksakasemsuk, former editor of the Voice of Taksin magazine, came to court expecting to be freed, but then learned he faced up to 11 years in jail for two articles deemed defamatory to the King.
85. news | 19 Nov 2013
» The Appeals Court on Tuesday upheld a Criminal Court that one of two former students accused of murdering a young man be extradited to Australia.
86. learning | 16 Dec 2011
About the law
» With criticism of court decisions illegal, court cases costly, lengthy & victory unlikely, continuing inequality & injustice for the poor is the result.
87. tech | 12 Nov 2013
» Apple and Samsung return to a California court this week for another round in the blockbuster patent trial between the two biggest smartphone makers.
88. learning | 22 Nov 2012
Easy English news
» When the Lord of the Rings merchandising contract was signed in 1969, there were no online gambling games. Now a court must decide if they can be included against the wishes of the author’s estate.
89. business | 10 Dec 2013
» The Administrative Court last Friday dismissed RS Plc's emergency appeal against the broadcasting regulator's must-have rule, calling the regulation legitimate.
90. news | 25 Oct 2013
» Organisers of this weekend's troubled Indian Grand Prix breathed a sigh of relief Friday after the Supreme Court pushed back a petition calling for the race's cancellation.