The three-judge High Court, comprising the President of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, Ms Justice Marie Baker and Ms Justice Caroline Costello found there was no genuine prospect the somatic process would lead to the birth of a live baby.

A young pregnant woman declared clinically brain dead more than three weeks ago may be taken off life support because there is no genuine prospect of (...)

John Rogers SC, for the woman’s father, argued the Eighth Amendment to the Constitution, which sets down the equal right to life of the mother and the unborn, was not applicable to this case. Photograph: Frank Miller

The High Court has been told it would be “grotesque” to keep a brain-dead pregnant woman on life support given the chances of the baby being born aliv(...)

A three judge High Court will sit tomorrow to determine the fate of a young pregnant woman who has been deemed clinically dead but remains on life support.

A three judge High Court will sit tomorrow to determine the fate of a young pregnant woman who has been deemed clinically dead but remains on life sup(...)

Ms Justice Marie Baker confirmed Declan McDonald as examiner after she heard there were no objections from creditors. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to the Karen Millen ladies’ fashion chain and two associated companies.Declan McDonald of (...)

The Karen Millen stores employ 65 people, trade from nine different locations around the country and are either standalone stores or are operated as concessions within the Brown Thomas chain.

The Karen Millen women’s fashion chain and two associated companies, employing 300, have been given High Court protection to allow them try to trade o(...)

Tara Mines is claiming some €2.3 million damages against the trustees of its pension schemes. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Tara Mines is claiming some €2.3 million damages against the trustees of its pension scheme arising from an amendment positively affecting the entitle(...)

Elizabeth Hourihane is seeking to challenge the constitutionality of the legislation transferring the water supply to Irish Water.  Photograph: Sunny/Stockbyte/Getty

A Co Cork woman who is mounting a personal challenge to the introduction of water charges has asked the High Court to quash the Government’s decision (...)

Fromer minister for justice Alan Shatter who is challenging the findings of the Guerin report in the High Court. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter has initiated a High Court challenge aimed at quashing certain findings of the Guerin report concerning Mr Sh(...)

The judge found Geoffrey Smyth  was entitled to €11,148 for accrued holiday benefits but found against him in relation to bullying and harassment claims.

The former managing director of Fiat Ireland was unlawfully removed from his position because a board meeting was not held to take that decision, the (...)

Due to alleged inadvertence by Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan, Co Meath, no action was taken on cancerous lesions  and it was only because of a chance meeting with her surgeon five months later that she underwent further scans which revealed further lesions on her liver, it is claimed. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The widower of a woman who died three years after an alleged failure by a hospital to act on results which showed her cancer had returned is entitled (...)