Ms Justice Marie Baker ruled that reconsideration must be in accordance with her findings. Photograph: Reuters

Judge finds in favour of separated father wrongly treated as single person

Mr Justice George Birmingham’s  clear impression was that Ms O’Connor had entered the property market “at exactly the wrong time”. Photograph: Reuters

Anna O’Connor says she was misled when buying investment properties for €2m

Four mussel fishermen lose claim that the State had illegally disposed of mussel seed to  operators in North. Photograph: Getty Images

Fishermen claimed ‘aggressive and unsympathetic’ fishing caused loss of a sustainable industry

The family of a woman who died of multi-organ failure seven days after she had a hysterectomy at Mount Carmel private hospital in Dublin has secured €560,000 in settlement of their High Court action. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Linda Royal (50) died of multi-organ failure week after operation at Mount Carmel private hospital

Transgender woman Lydia Foy has effectively settled her long-running action against the State aimed at securing a birth certificate in her acquired female gender. Photograph: Frank Miller/The
Irish Times

Effective end of 21-year action based on Government intention to enact laws next year


John Purcell (left) with Michael Fingletion and Michael Walsh at an Irish Nationwide Building Society
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John Stanley Purcell has made out a stateable case against the bank, says judge

Two directors of the Cork-based Kentech group employing 3,000 people worldwide have secured a two month stay on execution of judgments for some US$683,000 against them.

Sarah and John Kent argued an execution order would put firm in ‘immediate peril’

Prof Martin Corbally: Supreme  court reserved judgment on the Medical Council’s appeal against the High Court’s decision overturning its findings of poor professional performance,  and a sanction of admonishment, against Dr Corbally. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Paediatrician wants admonishment by Medical Council overturned

 The Four Courts. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Case taken against consultant obstetrician by boy who was catastrophically brain injured

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