defamation

6 results

Denis O’Brien had 28 days to lodge an appeal, a period that expired on Monday. File image: Collins Courts

(...) defamation case against the Sunday Business Post has passed. On March 1st, the jury found in favour of the(...)

Justice Elizabeth Dunne: even in cases where liability for defamation has been admitted, a jury determines damages, she said. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Supreme Court has upheld findings that the Defamation Act 2009 provides for juries to assess(...)

Mr Justice Charles Meenan heard the matter had been settled to the satisfaction of both parties

A former garda has settled an action for defamation he brought against a newspaper on the Channel(...)

Leonard Nolan (53), a fast food delivery man, of Pearse Gardens, Sallynoggin, Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins

Lounge Ltd, trading as Grace’s Pub of Rathmines, Dublin, for alleged defamation in the pub on April 24th(...)

The €75,000 claim was settled for an undisclosed sum in the Circuit Civil Court. File photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

(...) action against the company for defamation. Marie Varley (27) of Sigurd Road, Arbour Hill, Dublin(...)

Denis O’Brien. Photograph: David Sleator

Denis O’Brien has returned to the Court of Appeal for the third time seeking a speedy hearing of his challenge to a judgment in his long-running actio(...)