Row over ice cream name resolved at Commercial Court

Row over ice cream name resolved at Commercial Court

A dispute over alleged infringement of an ice-cream trademark has been resolved at the Commercial Court.

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Nurse's registration cancelled by High Court due to history of psychosis

Nurse's registration cancelled by High Court due to history of psychosis

A nurse midwife has had her registration cancelled by the High Court over concerns about her ability to practice safely due to a history of psychosis.

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Hellfire Club group challenges SIPO referral to gardaí over alleged breach of lobbying law

Hellfire Club group challenges SIPO referral to gardaí over alleged breach of lobbying law

A residents group has brought a High Court challenge to a decision to refer to the gardaí an alleged breach of political lobbying law over opposition to a ...

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€85k for girl, 12, who injured arm after tea from Starbucks spilled on her

€85k for girl, 12, who injured arm after tea from Starbucks spilled on her

A 12-year-old girl whose arm was scalded when a takeaway cup of tea she was carrying under her elbow in a Starbucks spilled on her, has settled a High Court action ...

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Challenge concerning Dublin housing development to be fast-tracked

Challenge concerning Dublin housing development to be fast-tracked

A legal challenge concerning a proposed development of 96 housing units in Dublin is to be fast-tracked at the Commercial Court.

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Ex-solicitor Michael Lynn challenges refusal to grant him disability benefit

Ex-solicitor Michael Lynn challenges refusal to grant him disability benefit

Former solicitor Michael Lynn, who is on bail awaiting trial on multi-million euro theft charges, has brought a High Court challenge to a refusal to grant him disability ...

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KBC seeks hearing as soon as possible in bid to remove family from Roscommon home

KBC seeks hearing as soon as possible in bid to remove family from Roscommon home

KBC bank wants its application for a High Court injunction requiring the family at the centre of the Co Roscommon eviction controversy to leave their home, heard ...

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Couple seek to stop sale of their filling station claiming receiver has undervalued it

Couple seek to stop sale of their filling station claiming receiver has undervalued it

A couple have begun High Court proceedings aimed at preventing a financial fund from selling their filling station business for what they claim is a significant ...

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Family of Offaly man killed in 1987 hit-and-run take action against the State

Family of Offaly man killed in 1987 hit-and-run take action against the State

The family of a Co. Offaly man who was killed in an alleged hit-and-run incident more than 30 years ago has brought a High Court damages action against the State.

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Challenge brought over inquest into 19-year-old student's death

Challenge brought over inquest into 19-year-old student's death

A couple has taken a legal challenge over a coroner's refusal to await the report of an external review into the care of their 19-year-old daughter at Sligo University ...

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Young woman fails in bid to stop trial in connection with stabbing of young man

Young woman fails in bid to stop trial in connection with stabbing of young man

A young woman who was 15 years old when she was allegedly involved in a serious incident during which a young male was stabbed by another person has failed to get ...

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Woman awarded €78k for gardaí entering her home to look for her boyfriend and carry out extradition warrant

Woman awarded €78k for gardaí entering her home to look for her boyfriend and carry out extradition warrant

The High Court has awarded €78,300 to a woman whose home was unlawfully entered by gardaí looking for her boyfriend who was wanted on an extradition ...

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Ryanair says it 'may be forced to move HQ out of Ireland' after failure in bid to refer pilots tax law to EU court

Ryanair says it 'may be forced to move HQ out of Ireland' after failure in bid to refer pilots tax law to EU court

Ryanair has failed to have a law which, it says, effectively doubles taxes for some 4,000 of its 6,500 pilots referred to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) to ...

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Man barred from marrying by court says he wants to be with his 'bride'

Man barred from marrying by court says he wants to be with his 'bride'

An intellectually disabled man whose legal marriage remains prohibited by court order due to a charity's concerns about his capacity to marry has said he wants to ...

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FAI and ODCE reach agreement over document assessment by judge

FAI and ODCE reach agreement over document assessment by judge

The FAI and the ODCE have agreed on a methodology on how certain documents given by the association to the director are to be assessed to see if they are legally ...

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Family of woman who died after only getting half her anti-epilepsy medicine settle action for €260k

Family of woman who died after only getting half her anti-epilepsy medicine settle action for €260k

The family of a woman who died after a charting error resulted in her only getting half her normal dose of an epilepsy drug for 23 days have settled their High Court ...

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Court hears family dispute over mother's will cannot proceed as one of siblings, a priest, faces drug charges in US

Court hears family dispute over mother's will cannot proceed as one of siblings, a priest, faces drug charges in US

A dispute between six siblings over their late mother's will cannot proceed before the High Court because one of the parties, a Catholic Priest, has been charged ...

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Five CAB officers sue over refusal to pay them allowance paid to other officers

Five CAB officers sue over refusal to pay them allowance paid to other officers

Five Criminal Asset Bureau officers have claimed the State has refused to pay them the same financial allowance paid to other non-garda officers for carrying out ...

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51 individuals added to Miriam O'Callaghan action over Facebook ads

51 individuals added to Miriam O'Callaghan action over Facebook ads

Broadcaster Miriam O'Callaghan has got High Court orders allowing her to join as co-defendants 51 people allegedly connected to Facebook advertisements using her ...

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State cut payments to retired aviation workers to help aid pension fund deficit, court hears

State cut payments to retired aviation workers to help aid pension fund deficit, court hears

The State used a law to cut payments to retired aviation workers to help address a €770m pension fund deficit and avoid industrial unrest among existing workers ...

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High Court action resolved against State over migrant fishermen work-permit scheme

High Court action resolved against State over migrant fishermen work-permit scheme

A High Court action against the State over a work permit scheme that was allegedly resulting in the exploitation of migrant fishermen has been resolved.

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Nurse who forged prescriptions to feed addiction suspended for a year

Nurse who forged prescriptions to feed addiction suspended for a year

A nurse who forged orders for drugs and altered prescriptions in the medical centre where she worked to feed her addiction to controlled drugs has been suspended ...

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