Kevin Kelleher  leaving the Four Courts on Wednesday after giving evidence in a High Court action taken by Ian Bailey. Photograph: Courts Collins

Retired Garda did not recall suspecting anyone else in Sophie Toscan du Plantier case

Florence Crowley claimed under a policy for serious illness cover taken out with Zurich in 2002. Zurich said  in order to be paid for coronary catheter treatment, his surgery had to involve a procedure to correct at least 50 per cent diameter narrowing of two coronary arteries. Because he underwent surgery to correct narrowing of one artery only, he was not entitled to serious illness benefit, it said. File photograph: Getty Images

Judge says law obliged him to strike out case but he had ‘considerable sympathy’ for applicant

Marie Farrell: claimed Det Sgt Maurice Walsh  had exposed himself to her in the ladies’ toilets of Schull golf club. Photograph: Collins Courts

Marie Farrell’s statements voluntary, former detective insists

Maurice Walsh: Denied several other claims by Ms Farrell including he went to her bedroom in a Dublin hotel. Photograph: Collins

Retired officer Maurice Walsh says no truth to ‘deeply upsetting’ and ‘revolting’ claim

Jules Thomas and her partner Ian Bailey pictured leaving the Four Courts last month during his High Court action for damages. File Photograph: Courts Collins

Former inspector says he met pair on number of occasions over claims

The priest contends his right to a fair trial has been prejudiced due to a ‘fatal deficit’ of disclosure

Cleric is accused of abusing 14 boys at a Munster secondary school

Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns: Said fees should reflect the impact of the downturn

Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns said fees should reflect the impact of the downturn

 The Blackrock Clinic, Co Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Talos concern at losing out on €2.78m judgment against Blackrock Clinic shareholder

The President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, has said “comfortable assumptions” that legal fees should continue as before “without the slightest regard for privations experienced by citizens”, including other professionals, does not serve “the interests of justice”. Photograph: Alan Betson

Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns made remarks in significant decision on fees claimed in medical negligence case

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