Solicitor Brian O Donnell (centre) is seen arriving at the Four Courts on Thursday for a High Court hearing. Photograph: Collins

The High Court is hearing an application for a trespass order against solicitor Brian O’Donnell and(...)

A shocking set of racist emails sent by senior Ferguson law enforcement officials depict Barack Obama as a chimpanzee

Obama’s High School Reunion”. The authors of the emails were not made clear by the federal report(...)

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation alleges businessman Sean Quinn and members of his family conspired to put €455 million in assets beyond its reach

The High Court has backed a computerised searching method to assess the relevancy of more than 680(...)

The O’Donnell home, Gorse Hill, on Vico road, Killiney, Co Dublin. The house has been assigned on foot of a claim for debts in excess of €70m owed to Bank of Ireland. Photograph:  Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

A Bank of Ireland-appointed receiver is expected to go to the High Court in Dublin this Thursday(...)

Tom Darcy and Jerry Beades of the New Land League at a press conference in Dublin on Wednesday evening. Photograph: Collins Photos

(...) the proceedings in the High Court. Mr Beades said the O’Donnells had filed paperwork on Wednesday(...)

Jerry Beades (left) and John Martin of the New Land League, at Gorse Hill , the home of the O’Donnell family, on Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) receiver taking over the house was rejected by the High Court on Tuesday.While the 4pm deadline passed(...)

An insurance company has obtained a High Court order allowing it control of an €80,000 award made to a man

An insurance company has obtained a High Court order allowing it control of an €80,000 award made(...)

In his High Court proceedings against the Minister for Justice, Irish Prison Service and governor of Wheatfield Prison (above), Darren Doody argued he was entitled to one third, rather than the normal one quarter, remission of sentence. File photograph: Collins

A jailed robber has lost his High Court challenge to the Minister for Justice’s refusal of his(...)

(...) health nurse during regular check ups had taken appropriate action, a High Court judge has found(...)

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

A High Court judge has issued a “heartfelt plea” to an insurance company to reconsider the plight(...)