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Abigail Barnett Hunt told the court the change in her voice had taken her career away. Photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who lost the full strength of her voice after an operation on her vocal cords has settled her High Court action on undisclosed terms. Abigail(...)

The judge found Mary O’Regan, as a person with long experience of horses, could have reasonably foreseen the circumstances that on opening the stable door the cob might try to get out and injure her in the process.

A High Court judge has awarded a woman €52,500 damages against her neighbours for a back injury after she was knocked down by a horse which bolted fro(...)

The injunctions require the defendants to remove their mobile homes, vehicles and caravans from Cabragh Bridge, and not cause any obstruction to the roadway. File photograph: Collins Courts

The High Court adjourned proceedings that could see members of the Traveller Community jailed over their alleged failure to vacate the vicinity of an (...)

Mr Justice Michael McGrath granted the applicant a temporary injunction preventing the landlord from re-entering and taking possession of the premises.

The operator of a Montessori school and a family entertainment centre has secured a temporary High Court order preventing its landlord from retaking p(...)

The judge granted Jacqueline Hopkins’ legal team liberty to issue and serve a personal injuries summons on Clinical Pathology Laboratories Limited at its Austin, Texas, headquarters.

One of the women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy has been granted leave at the High Court to serve a personal injuries summons on an America(...)

Relatives of victims at the Whiddy Island Disaster 40th Anniversay Commemoration in the Abbey Cemetery, Bantry, Co Cork in January. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

The relatives of 50 persons who died in the Whiddy Island Disaster are applying to the High Court for rectification of the victims’ death certificates(...)

In their High Court actions, the teachers claimed the decisions to redeploy them breached a Department of Education circular, was contrary to fair procedures, and was irrational and unreasonable.

Two secondary school teachers have resolved their High Court challenges against a decision to redeploy them to other schools. Following out of court (...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett said he considered the sole remaining defence in the case was the issue of capacity.

A couple who guaranteed a € 400,000 loan made in 2009 by AIB to their son, since described by the bank as a “vulnerable customer”, can defend its clai(...)

If the marriage proceeds, it is likely to be invalid and to be followed by proceedings to have it declared null and void, the high court heard.

A charity has got a High Court order prohibiting an intellectual disabled man going ahead with a long-planned civil marriage to an intellectually disa(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar  indicated the appeal  was to obtain clarity on the legal position after the judgment by Mr Justice Kevin Cross caused widespread alarm among doctors.  Photograph: Fran Veale

The Government has promised to guarantee the full amount of €2.1 million compensation award made to Ruth Morrissey, the terminally ill woman who took (...)

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