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High Court judge Mr Justice Kevin Cross praised the parents of Conor Maxwell, who has cerebral palsy, who has settled a case against a hospital for €5million.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A solicitor has urged the Minister for Health to bring in the duty of candour for all medical negligence cases, after his 14-year-old client settled a(...)

The British prime minister, Theresa May, with the chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond, and the health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, ahead of delivering a speech at the Royal Free Hospital in London on Monday. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

Theresa May faces another showdown with pro-European Conservative MPs on Wednesday after the House of Lords approved an amendment that would give par(...)

Quest is being sued by a number of women affected by the CervicalCheck scandal over claims that the testing missed their cancers. File photograph: Getty Images

A US laboratory contracted to carry out cancer screening for the HSE’s CervicalCheck programme specifically indemnified the State against errors invol(...)

 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  casts his vote in the abortion referendum at Scoil Thomas, Castlenock,  Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A man seeking leave to challenge the result of the abortion referendum is to apply for orders requiring the State to provide him with the original and(...)

Pic shows: Court 13 at the CCJ in Dublin where the trial of Graham Dwyer who has pleaded NOT guilty to the murder Elaine O’Hara has opened, Thursday 22-01-2015.Pic: Collins Courts.

A Co Louth man, wanted in the UK for his alleged role in the smuggling of cigarettes and tobacco by an “organised crime gang”, is expected to challeng(...)

The union flag flies at half mast at the courthouse in Omagh, Co Tyrone. File Photograph:  Ben Curtis/PA

Nationalists are being unlawfully denied equal treatment by flying the union flag at courthouses in Northern Ireland, a judge has heard. Lawyers cla(...)

Eric Eoin Marques, accused by FBI agent of being the largest facilitator of child pornography in the world, is escorted intothe Four Courts for an earlier hearing.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The Court of Appeal has dismissed a challenge by a man accused of being the world’s biggest facilitator of child pornography aimed at halting his extr(...)

Developer Seán Dunne. On July 10th, a US court will hear  an application from Mr Dunne’s bankruptcy trustee seeking an additional loan to fund the investigation and administration of Mr Dunne’s bankruptcy estate.

Seán Dunne’s US bankruptcy official wants another interest-free loan of $250,000 (€215,000) from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and Ulst(...)

The house built by the Murrays at Faughan Hill, Bohermeen, Co Meath. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

In the words of the courts, the construction of the nearly 600sq m house outside Navan, Co Meath, was “a flagrant breach of the planning laws” and “co(...)

The man, aged in his sixties, objects to the HSE’s application to have him made a ward of court, which would mean the court decides what is in his best interests.

The president of the High Court will rule later whether a man with severe life long epilepsy who has been in a nursing home since early this year has (...)

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