Posted on: 05-May-2021
A mother whose baby collapsed and suffered a brain injury while on her breast after birth has sued for nervous shock in the High Court.
Posted on: 24-Feb-2021
A deceased Catholic priest’s original hand-made will remains valid and was not revoked by a later will also made by him without legal assistance, a High Court judge has ruled.
Posted on: 15-Feb-2021
The last will of a deceased woman, who left an estate with a net value of some €1.08 million, can be treated as valid, the Court of Appeal has ruled.
Posted on: 21-Oct-2020
Those found organising a party or gathering could face a fine of up to €1,000
Posted on: 14-Feb-2020
The company behind a €100 million redevelopment plan for the Stillorgan Leisureplex in Dublin claims it could suffer “millions and millions of losses” if it does not get a High Court injunction giving it possession of the premises from its tenant.
Posted on: 22-Jan-2020
A 93-year-old woman is “perfectly entitled” to continue residing at her family home regardless of a judgment for €779,000 against her son, who owns the property, the High Court has ruled.
Posted on: 17-Jan-2020
The European Court of Justice should uphold its 2016 decision that personal data cannot be seized and held indiscriminately by governments even on national security grounds, the court’s advocate general has said in an opinion.
Posted on: 27-Feb-2017
A civil action arising out of an incident in which a mother and her son say they were assaulted by gardaí in their home can proceed, the Court of Appeal has ruled.