Aaron Hanrahan  with his parents, Peter Hanrahan  and Marianne Cunningham  of Donohill, Co. Tipperary, pictured leaving the Four Courts after a High Court settlement ruling. Photograph: Collins Courts

A hospital has apologised to a 12-year-old boy with spastic quadriplegia and cerebral palsy who was catastrophically injured at birth. Aaron Hanrahan(...)

Mary Malee (16),  Bohola, Co Mayo, leaving court Friday with her parents, Maura  and Marty  after a High Court settlement ruling. Photograph: Collins Courts

A teenage girl with cerebral palsy has secured €5.5 million and an apology from Mayo General Hospital under a final settlement of her action against t(...)

KBC secured summary judgment  for €6.2m against the businessman last year.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A businessman who owes KBC Bank more than €6.2 million cannot pursue an action alleging the bank engaged in negligent lending, the Commercial Court ha(...)

A selfie from Cllr Paddy Meade, who brought defamation proceedings against Mr O’Connor.

A Fine Gael activist has apologised to a Fine Gael Cllr at the High Court over a text message which wrongly alleged the Cllr’s tax affairs were “not i(...)

The boy, when sitting his Junior Cert, successfully applied for a reader, but he was refused one for his Leaving Cert. Photograph:  Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A Leaving Certificate student with dyslexia has won a High Court order overturning the State Examinations Commission’s refusal to give him an adult “r(...)

The High Court has deferred to next month making final orders arising from a significant judgment declaring the law governing the courts’ powers to revoke suspended sentences unconstitutional.

The High Court has deferred to next month making final orders following a significant judgment that the law governing the courts’ powers to revoke sus(...)

Two more legal challenges related to the striking down of a law governing the power of the courts to activate suspended sentences have come before the High Court. File photograph: Getty Images

Two more legal challenges related to the striking down of a law governing the power of the courts to activate suspended sentences have come before the(...)

File photograph of businessman Declan Ganley campaigning against the Lisbon Treaty in Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A High Court judge who once wrote a magazine article concerning Libertas, the lobby group founded by businessman Declan Ganley, has agreed not to deal(...)

Two workers sued the owner of The Links Creche and Montessori Ltd, along with that company, arising from a statement issued on behalf of the creche to the media following an RTE Prime Time Investigates programme.

An apology on behalf of the Links Creche company and its owner has been read at the High Court to two childcare workers under a settlement of their ac(...)

Of the four cases which came before Mr Justice Seamus Noonan on Monday, three were adjourned to Wednesday pending the making by Mr Justice  Michael Moriarty of final orders arising from his judgment. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court is continuing to experience fallout from a significant judgment declaring the law governing the courts’ powers to revoke suspended sent(...)