Goffs secure temporary injunction to take down fake and misleading social media accounts in trademark case

Goffs secure temporary injunction to take down fake and misleading social media accounts in trademark case

Goffs has secured a temporary High Court injunction directing an individual to take down several fake and misleading social media accounts it claims are deliberately ...

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Freddie Thompson challenge against 'unbearable' prison conditions adjourned at last minute

Freddie Thompson challenge against 'unbearable' prison conditions adjourned at last minute

Convicted killer Frederick 'Freddie' Thompson's High Court challenge over the conditions of his detention at the maximum Security Portlaoise Prison, was adjourned ...

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Former Coolmore Stud employee loses 'frivolous' defamation claim

Former Coolmore Stud employee loses 'frivolous' defamation claim

A former Coolmore Stud worker, who authored a controversial book on the business of his former employer after quitting his job there, has lost a High Court defamation ...

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Boy who inhales solvents almost daily 'in danger of cardiac arrest'

Boy who inhales solvents almost daily 'in danger of cardiac arrest'

The Child and Family Agency have secured an emergency order allowing it to place the 13-year-old boy in secure care.

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Academic with Iona Institute seeks permission to sue woman for defamation

Academic with Iona Institute seeks permission to sue woman for defamation

An academic and part-time researcher with the Roman Catholic advocacy group the Iona Institute wants to be allowed to sue the person he claims is the author of several ...

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Man takes dead uncle's sister to court after €548,000 allegedly removed from accounts

Man takes dead uncle's sister to court after €548,000 allegedly removed from accounts

More than €548,000 in cash has allegedly been taken without any proper explanation from the estate of a man who died last year, the High Court has heard.

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High Court president says failure to find suitable placement for teen is 'completely unacceptable'

High Court president says failure to find suitable placement for teen is 'completely unacceptable'

The President of the High Court has said it is "completely unacceptable" that proper placements are not provided to Irish people with very complex mental health ...

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High Court challenge brought against agency's decision to remove teen from care of foster mother

High Court challenge brought against agency's decision to remove teen from care of foster mother

A High Court challenge has been brought against the Child and Family Agency's decision to remove a teenage girl from the care of her foster mother.

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Residents want to be allowed remain at Seville Place buildings

Residents want to be allowed remain at Seville Place buildings

Residents of three Dublin properties which the High Court has ordered must be vacated over fire safety concerns want to be allowed remain in the premises.

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Mediation breaks down in Claddagh ring family dispute, court hears

Mediation breaks down in Claddagh ring family dispute, court hears

Members of a family whose firm sells and makes jewellery including the world-famous Claddagh rings are no longer prepared to mediate their on-going dispute, the ...

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High Court appoints interim examiner to Irish-registered oil and gas service supplier

High Court appoints interim examiner to Irish-registered oil and gas service supplier

The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to the Irish registered parent company of a business that provides services to the oil and gas industry.

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Court confirms appointment of examiner to water firm Celtic Pure

Court confirms appointment of examiner to water firm Celtic Pure

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to water firm Celtic Pure which was at the centre of recent product recalls.

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Environmental group wins landmark case over large-scale peat extraction

Environmental group wins landmark case over large-scale peat extraction

The High Court has set aside "in their entirety" the State's regulations that allow for the industrial extraction of peat from Irish bogs.

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New accommodation for teen girl who court hears was sexually assaulted by older men outside hostel

New accommodation for teen girl who court hears was sexually assaulted by older men outside hostel

The Child and Family Agency has secured a temporary respite placement for a teenage girl who had been staying at a hostel which the High Court heard was unsuitable ...

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Woman suffering from anorexia nervosa opposes HSE bid to make her a ward of court

Woman suffering from anorexia nervosa opposes HSE bid to make her a ward of court

A woman who is seriously ill in hospital arising out of an eating disorder is opposed to being made a ward of court, the High Court heard today.

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Montessori school gets injunction preventing landlord from retaking possession of its premises

Montessori school gets injunction preventing landlord from retaking possession of its premises

The order was secured by Fun2see Learning & Activity Centre Limited which operates the two businesses, which employs 32 people, out of unit 21 Ashbourne Retail Park, ...

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Permission granted to NGO challenge decision to allow commercial razor clam fishing in Waterford Estuary

Permission granted to NGO challenge decision to allow commercial razor clam fishing in Waterford Estuary

An Environmental NGO has secured permission to bring a High Court challenge over a decision to allow commercial fishing for razor clams take place in Waterford Estuary. ...

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Freddie Thompson has started school in Portlaoise and has regular contact with more prisoners, court told

Freddie Thompson has started school in Portlaoise and has regular contact with more prisoners, court told

Convicted killer Frederick 'Freddie' Thompson is being allowed regular contact with four other prisoners and has started school at Portlaoise Prison, the High Court ...

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Couple could face jail over alleged failure to vacate vicinity of unofficial Tipperary halting site

Couple could face jail over alleged failure to vacate vicinity of unofficial Tipperary halting site

The High Court has re-entered proceedings that could see a couple jailed over their alleged failure to vacate the vicinity of an unofficial halting site in Co Tipperary. ...

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Teenage girl starts High Court bid to be moved from 'chaotic' and 'unsafe' hostel

Teenage girl starts High Court bid to be moved from 'chaotic' and 'unsafe' hostel

The 15-year-old, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, was placed in the hostel with several older teenage, homeless males in July.

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Court approves examiner to Limerick FC

Court approves examiner to Limerick FC

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to League of Ireland side Limerick FC.

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High Court sets aside decision to expel teen with autism from secondary school

High Court sets aside decision to expel teen with autism from secondary school

Mr Justice Senan Allen ruled today that the decision made in June confirming the teenager's expulsion should be remitted back for a fresh consideration.

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Pet food maker secures permanent injunctions against protesters including FG councillor

Pet food maker secures permanent injunctions against protesters including FG councillor

The orders were made in favour of C&D Pet Foods, which is located at Edgeworthstown Co Longford by Mr Justice Tony O'Connor during Friday's sitting of the High Court. ...

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Judge confirms the appointment of examiner to operator of Dublin cafes and gastropub

Judge confirms the appointment of examiner to operator of Dublin cafes and gastropub

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to a company that operates a restaurant, several cafes and a gastropub in Dublin.

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Councillor facing significant legal bill following failed High Court bid to halt ethics inquiry

Councillor facing significant legal bill following failed High Court bid to halt ethics inquiry

A county councillor faces a significant legal bill arising out of his failed High Court bid to halt an ethics inquiry into comments he made while being secretly ...

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Over 40 residents, including six children, ordered by court to vacate buildings due to fire safety concerns

Over 40 residents, including six children, ordered by court to vacate buildings due to fire safety concerns

Dublin City Council has secured temporary High Court injunctions requiring over 40 residents to immediately leave three city-centre buildings they reside at, due ...

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Challenge to large scale Peat extraction opens before the High Court

Challenge to large scale Peat extraction opens before the High Court

A landmark High Court challenge against the State over new regulations that allow for the industrial extraction of peat from bogs has opened before the High Court.

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Teacher accused of slapping teen student's bottom wins High Court challenge against Tusla

Teacher accused of slapping teen student's bottom wins High Court challenge against Tusla

The teacher, who cannot be named, was suspended after allegedly whispering in the young girl’s ear: “Call me tonight at 10.30pm; I have the house to ...

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Interim examiner appointed to Celtic Pure; Company at centre of recent product recalls

Interim examiner appointed to Celtic Pure; Company at centre of recent product recalls

Celtic Pure claims that its key retail customers have suspended orders, its monthly sales for August have dropped by 75% and it has incurred some €3m in unforeseen ...

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Liffey Meats owner secures temporary injunction against protesters

Liffey Meats owner secures temporary injunction against protesters

The order was granted in favour of Liffey Meats, which owns and operates plants outside Ballinasloe in Co Roscommon, Ballyjamesduff in Co Cavan and Hackettstown ...

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Criminal investigation into cash in transit firm over deficit of €1.8m in client account, High Court hears

Criminal investigation into cash in transit firm over deficit of €1.8m in client account, High Court hears

A criminal investigation is being conducted into a firm that provided cash in transit and other security services and which has an estimated deficit in its client ...

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Dawn Meats owner tells High Court protests escalated after injunction secured

Dawn Meats owner tells High Court protests escalated after injunction secured

The owner of several meat factories has told the High Court that protests at one of its processing plants have escalated since it secured an injunction restraining ...

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Lawyers: China meat deal threatened by protest

Lawyers: China meat deal threatened by protest

A multimillion-euro meat deal with China is under threat because of farmer protests outside processing plants, it has been claimed.

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Universities set for High Court battle over alleged 'poaching' of staff member

Universities set for High Court battle over alleged 'poaching' of staff member

One of Ireland's universities is suing another third-level institution over the alleged "poaching" of one of its academic staff.

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Garda Keith Harrison fails in bid to quash Disclosures Tribunal's findings against him

Garda Keith Harrison fails in bid to quash Disclosures Tribunal's findings against him

The Donegal-based Garda, who was strongly criticised in the tribunal's interim reports, brought proceedings that centred over an alleged prior professional interaction ...

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High court sets aside jail sentence for man who took 12,000 photos of neighbour without her knowledge

High court sets aside jail sentence for man who took 12,000 photos of neighbour without her knowledge

The High Court has set aside the nine-month custodial sentence imposed by a lower court on a man who admitted taking 12,000 pictures of a female neighbour without ...

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High Court grants Ryanair injunction preventing Irish-based pilots from going on strike

High Court grants Ryanair injunction preventing Irish-based pilots from going on strike

The High Court has granted Ryanair an injunction preventing its Irish-based pilots from going on strike later this week.

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Judge 'minded to approve' personal insolvency arrangement for Frank McNamara and Theresa Lowe

Judge 'minded to approve' personal insolvency arrangement for Frank McNamara and Theresa Lowe

A High Court judge has said he is minded to approve a personal insolvency arrangement for musician Frank McNamara and his wife, barrister Theresa Lowe to assist ...

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Trade union contests Ryanair's High Court bid to prevent pilots' strike

Trade union contests Ryanair's High Court bid to prevent pilots' strike

The trade union representing Ryanair's Irish based pilots has told the High Court that the airline is not entitled to an injunction preventing its members from going ...

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Woman in 90s who doctors say needs palliative care cannot be removed from hospital, court rules

Woman in 90s who doctors say needs palliative care cannot be removed from hospital, court rules

The High Court has made orders preventing an elderly and very ill woman being removed from the hospital in which she is a patient.

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Ryanair asks High Court for orders preventing next week's proposed strike by its pilots

Ryanair asks High Court for orders preventing next week's proposed strike by its pilots

Ryanair has asked the High Court for an order preventing its Irish based pilots from going on strike next week.

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Ryanair seeks injunction preventing pilots' strike from going ahead

Ryanair seeks injunction preventing pilots' strike from going ahead

Ryanair is to ask the High Court for an order preventing its Irish based pilots from going on strike next week.

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Dublin Port Company reaches agreement over site it requires to deal with impact of Brexit

Dublin Port Company reaches agreement over site it requires to deal with impact of Brexit

The state-owned Dublin Port Company (DPC) had sought orders against McQuaid O’Flanagan Warehousing and Transport Ltd and one of its directors, Mr Gerald McQuaid, ...

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