Solicitor Gerald Kean: his barrister argued that there was no conduct of a disgraceful or morally culpable nature, or any gross negligence on his part. Photograph: Alan Betson/The irish Times

Denials of complaints against him ‘incoherent, confused and made very, very little sense’

Gerald Kean, at the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal in Smithfield, Dublin in November last year. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Solicitor argues insufficient evidence to support the finding of misconduct

Greyhound Waste Recycling striking workers and their supporters outside the High Court in Dublin during an application for orders preventing alleged illegal activity on the picket line. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

High Court hears ‘well-advanced’ talks continue in hope of achieving resolution

 Mr Justice Barry White:   said there was a risk that reduced pension entitlements would affect the quality of applicants for the judiciary.  Photograph: Ronan Quinlan/Collins

Dublin Rape Crisis Centre says remarks on RTÉ radio ‘removed any doubt’ about need for specialist training

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan in the High Court today directed three dissident republicans must be released “forthwith” after finding the court has no jurisdiction to vary defective warrants under which they are detained.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Court previously heard three had sought arms from Iraqis and were arrested by Slovak police

Greyhound strikers outside and supporters outside the High Court as  Greyhound non-striking workers, who face losing their job as a result of the 13-week strike,  leave by bus. Photograph: Collins

Decision on company’s application over blocking vehicles adjourned

 The Priory Hall apartments in Donaghmede,  which were  evacuated in October 2011  after Dublin City Council expressed serious concerns over fire safety.  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

41 families evacuated in October 2011 over fire safety concerns

Anthony Lyons: the aviation broker attacked and sexually assaulted a 27-year-old woman near his home on Griffith Avenue, Dublin, in October 2010. Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Anthony Lyons bows head as sentence increased after DPP appeal

 Businessman Harry Crosbie. Photograph: Collins

Limited stay imposed, pending outcome of a Supreme Court appeal of judge’s decisions

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