A woman walks past posters in Athens stating “No” ahead of Sunday’s referendum.  Photograph: Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty

(...) opinion, lingering questions remained over the actual legality of the vote, with Greece’s supreme court(...)

Comrie Cullen (39), originally from Bangor, Co Down, whose husband has been jailed for 30 years for her murder

(...)) showed no emotion as he was sentenced at New South Wales Supreme Court. As friends and colleagues of Ms(...)

(...) allow gay marriage in May and the U.S. Supreme Court legalized it across the United States last week(...)

 A file photo  showing the Fifa logo at the Fifa headquarters in Zurich. Photograph: EPA

(...) may ultimately appeal to both the Swiss Federal Criminal Court and the Federal Supreme Court if they(...)

“YouTube is a major user of web bandwidth, along with streaming service NetFlix. Between the two, they hog half of the world’s total bandwidth. Surely they should pay more for it?” Photograph: Andrew H Walker/Getty Images

(...) so enormous that the case it is likely to go, eventually, all the way to the Supreme Court. The final(...)

Retired judge Mr Justice Joseph Finnegan has agreed to act as mediator in the long running legal dispute between the family of businessman Sean Quinn and State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation over liability for loans of €2.34 billion.

(...) former Supreme Court judge and former president of the High Court has agreed to act as mediator. The(...)

The case relates to the awarding of the second mobile phone license to Esat Digifone. Photographed at the time of the winning bid are the then Minister for  Communications, Mr Michael Lowry (centre) with Kare Gustad (left) chief executive of Telenor Mobile and Mr Denis O’Brien, chairman of Esat Digifone. Photograph: Eric Luke

(...) said, “for the reasons set out by the Supreme Court” in its decision to allow the action despite(...)

The Special Criminal Court heard gardaí found two packages containing tightly-folded paper wrapped in clingfilm that were allegedly communications from prisoners in Portlaoise Prison on a coffee table in a front room where the seven men were gathered.

(...) suspicion of IRA membership as explained by the Supreme Court in the Walshe v Fennessy case in 2003. The(...)

The Four Courts. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

(...) the CCA to the Supreme Court, arguing the case raised a point of law of exceptional public importance(...)

TDs Alex White, John Lyons, Joan Burton and Kevin Humphreys at the marriage referendum count at the RDS. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) polling stations. The decision of the Court of Appeal could be challenged in the Supreme Court. Because(...)