Ms Justice Mary Faherty ruled the District Court must reconsider its refusal to pay the legal costs incurred by her lawyers after they continued to work for her for free, resulting in the Child and Family Agency   withdrawing its application to put the baby in care.

A homeless mother who successfully fought an attempt to take her newborn baby into care was wrongly refused her legal costs because the State’s legal (...)

The High Court  heard 36-year-old employee   was called to a meeting with senior officials on October 11th where he was informed an external security team had advised the ESB the gardaí considered him a “person of interest”.

An ESB employee who was dismissed after being told he was considered a security risk to Irish and UK infrastructure has secured a temporary High Court(...)

Mr Justice Anthony Barr said, when Margaret Browne (above) with an address in Waterford, underwent a hysterectomy operation seven years ago, sutures were placed in the ureter leading to the left kidney which caused a total obstruction of the ureter. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who had pain after a hysterectomy operation and later had to have a kidney removed has been awarded €260,000 damages by the High Court. Mr J(...)

Music Nations Network has taken legal proceedings over alleged breach of agreements. Photograph: iStock

Music Nations Network, which owns and operates channels on YouTube on which it publishes music videos, has taken legal proceedings over alleged breach(...)

Richard Moat, chief of Eir. Comreg is conducting a review of Eir’s regulatory governance model, which could in theory pave the way for greater separation between Eir and its wholesale arm, OpenEir.

Eir’s increasingly fractious relationship with Comreg took a new twist this week with news that the company is now suing the State in bid to block the(...)

“Nobody had the slightest idea that ECB rates were going to collapse from 4.25 per cent in summer 2008 to just 1 per cent the following April. Trackers moved from being expensive for the borrower to become a crippling cost on lenders.” Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

The tracker mortgage scandal has been close to a decade in the making. The key moment was the decision by the banks to stop offering tracker mortgages(...)

The speed with which liquidators took over Charleville Credit Union caused shock in the north Co Cork town. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

It was around noon last Friday that the liquidators and their staff arrived at the offices of Charleville Credit Union in the north Co Cork town. It t(...)

Making the orders sought, Mr Justice Peter Kelly said this was “sadly another case of a solicitor with a deficit on their client account”.

A struck-off solicitor who had a deficit of €625,000 on a client account is not a fit person to be a member of the solicitors profession, the presiden(...)

A woman who was subject to orders permitting doctors to deliver her baby by Caesarean section after she refused to engage on the child’s delivery has made an ‘extraordinary’ recovery, the High Court has heard. File photograph: Getty Images

A woman who was subject to orders permitting doctors to deliver her baby by Caesarean section after she refused to engage on the child’s delivery, and(...)

File image of 19-20 St Lawrence Road, Clontarf, Dublin.

A High Court challenge over Dublin City Council’s plans to turn a former guest house in Clontarf into accommodation for homeless families has been str(...)