Woman said she was severely shocked and alarmed that attacker  appeared to know where she now lived and it affected her recovery.

A rape victim whose new address was disclosed to her attacker after it was accessed through the Garda computer system is entitled to continue with her(...)

A homeless family of seven who have mostly been living in one hotel bedroom since February have settled their High Court action after being ‘satisfactorily housed’.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

A homeless family of seven who have mostly been living in one hotel bedroom since February have settled their legal action after being “satisfactorily(...)

Two former directors of Quinn Insurance Ltd (QIL) have lost a High Court challenge to a Central Bank inquiry concerning whether they had participated (...)

The Oireachtas should heed the strictures of Mr Justice Richard Humphreys about the need for more judges to meet the ever greater demands on the court(...)

A Co Galway-based secondary school teacher has launched a court challenge against her proposed transfer from the school she has taught at for 17 years(...)

Mr Justice Seamus Noonan granted the ex parte application for leave to bring the proceedings and returned the matter to October.

A couple have brought a High Court challenge over An Bord Pleanála’s decision to grant planning permission for a windfarm development close to their h(...)

Gwen Bradley’s proceedings against Cork city coroner Philip Comyn arise from an inquest held last April into the death of Evan Morrissey.

The partner of a man who died from a brain haemorrhage after being sent home from hospital three times after complaining of headaches has asked the Hi(...)

The family, represented by Cormac Ó Dúlacháin SC, instructed by solicitor David Joyce, claimed the hotel was not an “adequate home” and failed to meet the council’s responsibilities under the Housing Acts.

A homeless family of seven who sued for “family-appropriate” accommodation after living in hotels for 18 months will be housed within two months, the (...)

Counsel said the council had given clear forewarning about requirements to comply with the building regulations but the respondents have failed to adhere to the building regulations.

Dublin City Council has taken High Court proceedings aimed at closing down a large city centre bar and restaurant pending compliance with building reg(...)

Mr Justice Seamus Noonan said he did not want the “disabled and impecunious plaintiffs” to be left fighting the case on two different fronts.

The High Court has made directions as to how cases by a number of people seeking compensation arising from use of the Thalidomide drug should be progr(...)