The jury assessing damages in a case taken by an Aer Lingus pilot against the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) over defamatory emails it sent is expected to go out to consider its decision on Thursday.
Wed, 13 Nov, 2019
The provisional liquidator of private security firm Business Mobile Security Services Ltd (BMSS) has told the High Court that he is concerned that the company's client account may have a deficit of up to €1.7m.
Fri, 02 Aug, 2019
John Slattery, otherwise known as John Flynn, is accused of committing three offences in the US related to wildlife trafficking, and was remanded in custody to Cloverhill Prison on foot of an extradition request from the United States.
Thu, 01 Aug, 2019
Fine Gael Senator Paudie Coffey has settled his High Court action over a newspaper article which he said defamed him when he was likened to an 18th-century highway robber in an article about boundary changes in south Kilkenny.
Wed, 31 Jul, 2019
Solicitor Gerald Kean, who last week got €160,000 damages from a High Court jury after it found he was defamed in an Irish Daily Star article, has settled an additional claim for breach of privacy arising from the article.
Wed, 22 May, 2019
A High Court jury, in a majority verdict, has awarded €160,000 damages to solicitor Gerald Kean after finding he was defamed in a newspaper article concerning a visit by members of the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) to his Dublin office.
Fri, 17 May, 2019
A jury will return to the High Court tomorrow to resume considering its verdict on proceedings by solicitor Gerald Kean alleging he was defamed in a newspaper article concerning a visit by members of the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) to his Dublin office.
Thu, 16 May, 2019
A High Court jury will begin considering its verdict tomorrow in solicitor Gerald Kean’s action alleging he was defamed in an article concerning a visit by officers of the Criminal Assets Bureau to his Dublin offices.
Wed, 15 May, 2019
A man with advanced liver disease as a result of contracting Hepatitis C from a contaminated blood transfusion administered to him when a young child is to get compensation of more than €1.26 million as a result of a High Court ruling.
Thu, 28 Mar, 2019
Businessman Denis O’Brien has alleged a number of newspaper articles defamed him by portraying him as one of the “developer kings” who “destroyed Ireland and bankrupted its banking system”.
Tue, 05 Feb, 2019
Fine Gael Senator Paudie Coffey believes the loss of his Dáil seat in 2016 by 300 votes was due to a newspaper article about county boundary changes which likened him to an 18th century robber, the High Court has heard.
Tue, 20 Nov, 2018
The jury in the defamation case by Sinn Féin political manager Nicky Kehoe have been told they can reach a majority verdict after they said this afternoon they were unable to reach a unanimous one.
Fri, 23 Feb, 2018
The recognition of trade unions for the first time by Ryanair has "nothing to do" with the airline's defamation action against three pilots, a judge said in his charge to a High Court jury.
Wed, 20 Dec, 2017
A former garda, who “reluctantly retired” from the force because of physical and psychological injuries he suffered after being “viciously” assaulted on duty, has been awarded almost €200,000 damages in the High Court.
Thu, 11 Aug, 2016
An RTÉ studio supervisor who claims he has been left with a constant whistling in his ears after part of a toilet roll dispenser fell on his head as as he sat on the toilet at Montrose has sued in the High Court.
Thu, 28 Jul, 2016