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

Solicitor Gerald Kean’s denial of complaints made against him by a former client was “incoherent, confused and made very, very little sense”, the Law (...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, yesterday temporarily blocked the Dublin City Sheriff  from evicting Mary White and her family from her house on Upper Rathmines Road, Dublin.

A woman, whose only income is from social welfare, has been given just over a week to convince a judge he should restrain a bank from seizing her €700(...)

The parents of a terminally ill baby girl who is at the centre of a High Court dispute over whether or not a hospital should resuscitate her if her condition deteriorates want to bring her home.

The parents of a terminally ill baby girl who is at the centre of a High Court dispute over whether or not a hospital should resuscitate her if her co(...)

The hearing of a High Court contempt application against Independent Newspapers over its coverage of the Anglo Tapes is to take place next December in(...)

Judges Mary Irvine and George Birmingham who were appointed as judges to the Court of Appeal. Photograph: Eric Luke

Nine senior judges have been appointed or promoted in the biggest overhaul of the superior court system in four decades.The Government yesterday anno(...)

Blake O Donnell, Son of solicitor Brian O’Donnell pictured at the High Court.

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his son Blake have objected to two different Commercial Court judges hearing an application in proceedings by Bank of Ir(...)

Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns said allowing the case to proceed would involve “patent unfairness”, as the Redemptorist Order had been substantially prejudiced as a result of delay in bringing the case.

A man’s action seeking damages against the Redemptorist Order over sexual abuse allegedly suffered more than 40 years ago as an altar boy has been hal(...)

Simon Mills BL, for the anorexia sufferer, said doctors who recently independently assessed her believe the best option for her would be a co-located facility with access both to eating disorder specialists and acute hospital services, should her condition deteriorate.  Photograph: Reuters

A young woman with severe anorexia nervosa is to remain the subject of court orders allowing her to be fed against her wishes if necessary pending (...)

A Law Society Solicitors’ Disciplinary Tribunal recommended last May that Gerald Kean (above) be fined €20,000 for misconduct following complaints by a former client over services rendered by the solicitor. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An appeal by solicitor Gerald Kean arising from a finding of professional misconduct against him has been adjourned to September.A Law Society Solicit(...)

President of the High Court Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns found gardaí should have provided a man summonsed for speeding with a photograph taken of his car on the day of the alleged offence before he was brought before the District Court.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A High Court ruling today may mean a large number of speeding summonses could be dismissed.President of the High Court Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns fou(...)