Organisation: Court of Justice of the EU
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Right to Know CLG had challenged what it said was the refusal to provide it with documents relating to strategic environmental and appropriate assessments required for the NDP.
Fri, 28 Feb, 2020
The State has advanced a "worst case" scenario about the impact of Graham Dwyer’s successful challenge over the admissibility of mobile phone call data records as evidence at his trial
Tue, 17 Dec, 2019
The five judge court’s unanimous decision today in the case of Artur Daniel Celme has implications for about 45 other cases.
Tue, 12 Nov, 2019
The fine is due to the “seriousness and duration” of the failure to carry out an environmental impact assessment on the wind farm in the 11 years since a previous CJEU ruling on July 3, 2008.
Tue, 12 Nov, 2019
The complainant, Martin McMahon, from Dublin, noted when travelling with his own travel pass that his rights were being breached under the General Data Protection Regulation as his movements were being ‘recorded’
Thu, 10 Oct, 2019
A number of the bodies involved in the Public Services Card expansion have said they will be talking to the Department of Social Protection on how best to approach the Data Protection Commissioner's recent adverse ruling in relation to the card.
Mon, 19 Aug, 2019
An Bord Pleanála has consented before the High Court to an order quashing its permission for construction of a thermoplastic compounds production facility in Skibbereen, Co Cork.
Tue, 30 Jul, 2019
A High Court judge, in a significant ruling, has found the Minister for Justice wrongly applied regulations relating to the free movement of persons in the EU when refusing a man's application for a residence card.
Wed, 24 Jul, 2019
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal by a Romanian man, who lived here legally for three years before being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis, over the Department of Social Protection's refusal to pay him disability benefit on his return to Romania.
Thu, 18 Jul, 2019
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 determine whether it is compatible with EU law.
Fri, 28 Jun, 2019
The EU’s top court has said Ireland should be subject to large daily fines, already amounting to almost €4m, for failing to comply with EU legislation that might have prevented landslides caused by the construction of a wind farm in 2003.
Sat, 15 Jun, 2019
The Supreme Court has dismissed Facebook's appeal over a High Court decision to refer key issues concerning the validity of European Commission decisions approving EU-US data transfer channels to the Court of Justice of the EU.
Fri, 31 May, 2019
The Supreme Court will rule tomorrow on Facebook's appeal over a High Court decision to refer key issues concerning the validity of European Commission decisions approving EU-US data transfer channels to the Court of Justice of the EU.
Thu, 30 May, 2019
An appeal by two Albanian nationals which raised issues about the applicability of EU data protection laws to asylum seekers has been dismissed by the Supreme Court.
Wed, 22 May, 2019
The Supreme Court has said it will rule by the first week of June on Facebook's appeal over a High Court decision to refer key issues concerning the validity of European Commission decisions approving EU-US data transfer channels to the Court of Justice of the EU.
Thu, 02 May, 2019
The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by local residents over An Bord Pleanála’s approval for the first phase of tech giant Apple’s planned €850m data centre in Athenry.
Thu, 11 Apr, 2019
Who can you believe on the topic of climate change?
Thu, 14 Feb, 2019
A Romanian man who lived here for three and appeal over being refused disability allowance here.
Wed, 06 Feb, 2019
The Supreme Court will rule on a later date on Facebook's appeal over the referral to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) of key issues concerning the validity of European Commission decisions approving EU-US data transfer channels.
Wed, 23 Jan, 2019
A plan which may allow the Department of Agriculture to approve afforestation projects in Special Protection Areas (SPAs) is being finalised for public consultation — after six years in preparation.
Tue, 01 Jan, 2019
The High Court has ordered the surrender of a Polish man to face trial in his native country despite finding “generalised and systemic” violations to the independence of Poland’s judiciary.
Mon, 19 Nov, 2018
Freedom to express an opinion is one of the rights guaranteed in the Constitution. Courts have interpreted that right to include statements that may be disagreeable, disturbing, and even offensive to others. Up to last week’s referendum, that right, or liberty, was tempered by a provision that declared blasphemy an exception.
Thu, 01 Nov, 2018
Ireland could be facing a large fine, and daily penalties imposed by the EU’s top court, over the Government’s failure to implement EU anti-money-laundering rules.
Sat, 11 Aug, 2018
The Supreme Court wants the Court of Justice of the EU to determine legal issues with potentially serious implications for the treatment of extradition requests from Germany and Lithuania.
Thu, 26 Jul, 2018
The EU’s top court has ruled that the High Court was justified in postponing the extradition of a suspected drugs trafficker to Poland amid concerns about alleged political interference in the Polish judicial system.
Thu, 26 Jul, 2018
A High Court judge will rule later on exactly what questions and information she should put before the Court of Justice of the EU.
Thu, 18 Jan, 2018
A High Court judge is hearing arguments about the issues the Court of Justice of the EU should address in deciding the validity or otherwise of European Commission decisions approving EU-US data transfer channels used by Facebook and others.
Fri, 01 Dec, 2017
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal by a local group over its failed challenge to An Bord Pleanala's permission for a €46m wind farm close to the village of Lixnaw in Co Kerry.
Fri, 13 Oct, 2017
The US government has said it is "critically important" its views are taken into account when the High Court finalises questions to be decided by the Court of Justice of the EU concerning the validity of EU-US data transfer channels.
Wed, 11 Oct, 2017
An appeal raising issues about the applicability of EU data protection laws to asylum seekers has been rejected by a 2/1 majority of the Court of Appeal.
Fri, 16 Jun, 2017
A High Court judge has raised issues with lawyers for the US government about the effect of findings of non-compliance by US intelligence agencies with restrictions on surveillance,.
Thu, 01 Jun, 2017
The US government has asked the High Court to take account of a “significant” decision last month stopping the collection of a certain category of personal data by the US National Security Agency.
Wed, 17 May, 2017
A local group has lost its challenge to An Bord Pleanála’s permission for a €46m wind farm close to the village of Lixnaw in Co Kerry.
Fri, 10 Mar, 2017
A clash between the Data Protection Commissioner and the US government over the adequacy of US legal safeguards for the data privacy rights of EU citizens has emerged at the Commercial Court.
Wed, 08 Feb, 2017
Members of two Syrian families detained in Greece after fleeing the besieged city of Aleppo have taken an unprecedented action in the Irish courts against the European Council, EU, and Ireland over alleged breach of their human rights.
Tue, 08 Nov, 2016
The Department of the Environment says Irish Water will tackle issues over the treatment of waste water after the European Commission issued a formal warning over 38 different facilities around the country.
Fri, 30 Sep, 2016
A High Court judge will hear the action by the Data Protection Commissioner over the legality of existing data transfer channels between the EU and US next year.
Tue, 26 Jul, 2016
Fri, 08 Jul, 2016
The US government has said the Irish data protection commissioner’s major action querying the validity of the main channels being used for EU-US data transfers is “of the utmost importance to the US and to the broader public”.
Tue, 28 Jun, 2016
The US government wants to be joined to legal proceedings here involving issues of huge significance for privacy rights of EU citizens, arising from the internet transfer of their personal data to the US.
Tue, 14 Jun, 2016
Ireland has been warned by the European Commission to designate more special areas of conservation.
Thu, 05 May, 2016
A leading electronic cigarette company in Britain has launched a legal battle over a European Union directive it fears will lead to stringent new regulations and stifle the market.
Tue, 07 Oct, 2014
A leading UK electronic cigarette company has launched a legal battle over a European Union directive it fears will lead to stringent new regulations and stifle the market.
Mon, 06 Oct, 2014
Judge Iseult O’Malley, who has been dealing with a Permanent TSB shareholders’ challenge to the constitutionality of laws which permitted the bank’s €4bn recapitalisation by the State, is to seek a preliminary ruling on the law from the European Court of Justice.
Sat, 16 Aug, 2014