Jeremy Maher

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Mr Justice Kevin Cross said he wished that people would read his judgment before commenting on it. Photograph: Collins Courts

The negligence case involving Ruth Morrissey, who is terminally ill with cervical cancer, could lead to legal costs of up to €4 million, almost twice (...)

Ruth Morrissey (right) and her husband Paul pictured outside the  High Court, Dublin on July 27th, 2018. Photograph: CourtPix

Ruth Morrissey, who is terminally ill with cervical cancer would, on the balance of probabilities, not have got cancer “and be facing a death sentence(...)

Ruth and Paul Morrissey of Kylemore Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen, Limerick, at the Four Courts yesterday. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man whose wife has cervical cancer has told the High Court his family is enduring an extremely tough time and it is like there is a “dark cloud” ove(...)

Ruth Morrissey, whom the court was told may only have between one to two years to live, said the news of her prognosis was devastating. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A 37-year-old woman with breast and cervical cancer, who is suing over the alleged misinterpretation of two of her cervical smears tests, has told the(...)

Paul and Ruth Morrissey, of Kylemore, Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen, Co Limerick, are  pictured at the Four Courts on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A woman with breast and cervical cancer has begun her High Court action over alleged misinterpretation of two cervical smear tests as part of the Cerv(...)

People attend a demonstration at Leinster House, Dublin,  in solidarity with the women affected by the CervicalCheck scandal. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Another legal action involving a woman suing over alleged delays relating to CervicalCheck smears has come before the High Court. This is the fourth(...)

The case is before the court for assessment of damages only.

A man who was helping a friend to cut down a tree suffered a severe crush injury when the tree fell on him, the High Court has heard. Anthony Sayers (...)

Martin Carway, of Bleach Road, Kilkenny, leaving the Four Courts after giving evidence in the opening day of his High Court action for damages over a pony bought for his daughter to use  in showjumping events which refused to jump.Photograph: Courts Collins.

A pony bought for €67,000 and intended for use by a teenage girl in showjumping competitions refused to jump and was not safe, it has been claimed at (...)