Mon, 06 Jul, 2020
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Fri, 24 Apr, 2020
Lighthouse Networks, trading as Lightnet, claims the decision by the Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment means its functional area will not be excluded from the national plan and that it will then have to compete with the State subsidised service.
Mon, 17 Feb, 2020
A woman has been awarded €54,000 over a heating oil spill from her neighbour's tank which the High Court heard damaged her home and meant she had to find alternative accommodation for more than two years.
Wed, 27 Nov, 2019
Peace has broken out at all Dawn Meats factories affected by the beef price blockade after the High Court heard today that permanent orders restraining trespass and intimidation could be made with the consent of named protesters who had taken part in disruptive nation-wide protests.
Fri, 30 Aug, 2019
A challenge against a decision of a District Court judge to strike out charges linked to redundancies at Clerys department store in Dublin due to delays of disclosure of evidence has been dismissed by the High Court.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2019
Three men have been granted permission by the High Court to challenge an alleged failure by Wicklow County Council to proceed with a process for building three Traveller-specific houses for their families.
Mon, 08 Jul, 2019
A bachelor farmer had the legal and mental ability and was not subject to undue influence when he made a will leaving his entire holding to one of his nephews, the High Court ruled.
Fri, 03 May, 2019
The liquidators of two foreign investment firms which were found to be insolvent after jailed fraudster Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme was discovered are suing accountants in Ireland who audited their books for two years.
Tue, 26 Mar, 2019
A challenge against a decision by a District Court judge to strike out charges linked to redundancies at Clerys department store in Dublin due to delays of disclosure of evidence has opened before the High Court.
Tue, 26 Mar, 2019
Claire Stephens (56), a married mother who worked in the Galway Mail Sorting Office, claimed the bullying took place over a number of years and culminated in a pornographic postcard being left on her sorting bench.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
An expert group examining ways to address clinical negligence claims outside the courtroom has identified a series of challenges to introducing a “no-fault liability” system, including that it “could lead to lessons not being learnt”.
Thu, 07 Mar, 2019
A man serving life for the murder of a van driver more than 20 years ago claims he should not have been transferred from an open prison back to a high security jail over a decision that he had taken drugs - which he denies.
Wed, 30 Jan, 2019