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The High Court heard a CT scan later showed Patrick Lalor had sustained an eye socket fracture. He later developed infection in the lacerations and sepsis and pneumonia and died on June 10th, 2015.

The widow of a man who fell out of his bed while in respite care and died some weeks later has settled her High Court action against the HSE on confid(...)

On Thursday, Mr Justice Michael Twomey accepted there was blameworthy prosecutorial delay by a cumulative 69-week period between when the applicant was arrested in March 2015 and when he was charged in February 2017 just after he had turned 18.

A young man charged with sexually assaulting, when aged 15, the six-year-old daughter of a neighbour has lost a High Court bid to stop his trial. He (...)

Given the abuse of rights, there was no basis on which the court could quash the Minister’s decision, the High Court ruled.

A High Court judge has upheld the Minister for Justice’s refusal to allow a married Pakistani couple live here on grounds their application involved a(...)

Seán Quinn’s daughters, Aoife, Brenda, Colette and Ciara, and son Seán jnr, have agreed a deal with the State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation. Photograph: Collins Courts

The State’s battle with the Quinn family has cost the public up to €170 million in legal and other fees, missing rental incomes, and other money that (...)

The Dublin-based Garda, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, says he features in a Youtube video, more than three minutes long, which was recorded at a public order incident in 2016 when he and other members effected an arrest. File photograph: EPA

Internet giant Google has agreed to provide a Garda with information about a person who posted a Youtube video which the officer alleges contains comm(...)

Miriam O’Callaghan claims that persons, whose identities remain unknown to her, have placed the adverts in order to exploit the trust placed in her by the Irish public and have damaged her good name and reputation. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Broadcaster Miriam O’Callaghan claims she has been defamed in a series of “false” and “malicious” adverts containing her image and name that have appe(...)

The woman, who cannot be identified by court order, has sued the HSE and a US laboratory MedLab, with offices at Sandyford Business Park, Dublin.

A woman who claims she suffered a delay in a cervical cancer diagnosis and is now terminally ill has sued for damages in the High Court. The 44-year(...)

Courts ‘cannot stand idly by’ when parties ‘flout’ their orders and both parties ‘stand warned’, Mr Justice  Donald Binchy told a couple involved in a custody battle over their daughter.

An estranged couple involved in a “saga of litigation” concerning their young daughter have been urged by a High Court judge to act in the best intere(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross accepted the developing condition was there to be interpreted from films of an MRI scan of March 16th.

A High Court judge has found there was no negligence by a surgeon in his care and treatment of a man who claimed he developed paralysis in his right l(...)

Ms Justice Carmel Stewart said she was satisfied to make orders allowing Cab transfer the cash, which had been held in an interest-bearing account, to the Minister for Public Expenditure.

The High Court has made final orders in respect of €54,000 in cash seized from a Belfast man linked to cigarette smuggling and the illegal drug trade (...)

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