At the end of a programme on RTÉ the other night, this message appeared. “In its correspondence with RTÉ and survivors, the Residential Institutions Redress Board has always referred to the implications of breaking section 28(6) of the Redress Act.”
Mon, 09 Mar, 2020
The Supreme Court has upheld an order requiring developer Gerry Gannon to pay an investment company €320,667 damages over his failure to complete the purchase of a lease for a building next door to his Dublin 4 headquarters.
Tue, 21 Nov, 2017
The Supreme Court has found Shell E & P Ireland was acting in civil contempt of court orders when it entered nine years ago onto commonage lands at Rossport located on the modified route for the Corrib gas onshore pipeline.
Wed, 14 Jun, 2017
Ms Justice Mary Laffoy , the chair of the citizens’ assembly, has hailed a “hugely successful” first meeting to discuss the Eighth Amendment, but she said it was a “vast” challenge that “could overwhelm us”.
Mon, 28 Nov, 2016
Fri, 29 Jul, 2016
THE bumbling Mr Bumble in Charles Dickens’ novel Oliver Twist declared the law to be an ‘ass’. He wasn’t, of course, reflecting on Ireland’s inheritance laws but the comment is prescient in light of the fact that wife-killer Eamonn Lillis emerges from prison today a wealthy man.
Sat, 11 Apr, 2015
Bewley’s Cafe yesterday said that it was "immensely disappointed" at a Supreme Court decision which means it must continue to pay annual rent of €1.46m on its Grafton Street cafe until the next review in three years’ time.
Wed, 02 Jul, 2014