Judge Rules Housekeeper's Lawsuit Against DSK Can ProceedBronx state Supreme Court Justice Douglas McKeon's ruling kept alive the civil case that emerged from a May 2011 hotel-room encounter that also spurred now-dismissed criminal charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn.
Judge To Decide If Lawsuit Against DSK Will Move ForwardNafissatou Diallo, the hotel maid who claims she was sexually assaulted by Dominique Strauss-Kahn last year, filed a lawsuit against him in August of 2011.
Hearing To Address Diplomatic Immunity For Strauss-KahnIt's unclear when a judge will decide whether the case should be allowed to go forward toward a trial, which Nafissatou Diallo's lawyers say she eagerly awaits.
March Court Date Set For Hearing On Lawsuit Against DSK A March 15 hearing has scheduled for a lawsuit filed by the woman who accused former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn of raping her in a Manhattan hotel.
Surveillance Video Reveals More Questions Than Answers In Strauss-Kahn CaseIn the wake of the alleged sex assault involving a Manhattan hotel maid and a powerful international banker, a new video has surfaced.
Lawyers For Strauss-Kahn Ask Judge To Drop Civil SuitLawyers for the former International Monetary Fund head argued Strauss-Kahn is immune from a civil lawsuit under international law.
Strauss-Kahn Acknowledges 'Moral Failings' In TV Interview In his first interview since his sexual assault charges in New York were dropped, Dominique Strauss-Kahn appeared on French television to tell his side.
Dominique Strauss-Khan To Give Interview On French TVAttorneys Kenneth Thompson and Douglas Wigdor said people deserve to hear Strauss-Kahn "answer pointed questions about his conduct." They note Guinean maid Nafissatou Diallo answered questions in July interviews and gave a detailed account of the May 14 encounter.