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The man’s EU rights had not been breached because he has never been an Irish or EU citizen, the judge said.

The Court of Appeal has dismissed an Iranian man’s appeal against the State’s refusal, on national security grounds, to grant him Irish citizenship. (...)

Mr Justice Donal O’Donnell directed reduction of the €11m sum on the basis of findings including LK Shields could not be held liable for losses after October 2008. Photograph: iStock

The Supreme Court has more than halved an €11 million sum a law firm was ordered to pay to a company over negligent failure to properly register a pro(...)

ESB: Under a new unbundling system, the ESB retains ownership of transmission and distribution systems but is no longer responsible for their operation. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The ESB has won its Supreme Court appeal over a significant finding that a procedure, under which the board served a notice to enter private lands to (...)

Ian Bailey launching his book of poetry in the Hot Press tent at Electric Picnic last year. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ian Bailey has lost his appeal over orders requiring him to pay the substantial legal costs, estimated at between €2 million and €5 million, of his f(...)

A man who persistently raped his step-daughter and impregnated her twice, has appealed the severity of his 12-year jail term.

A man who persistently raped his step-daughter and impregnated her twice, has appealed the severity of his 12-year jail term. The 70-year-old, who ca(...)

The dispute over the Blackrock Clinic in Dublin dates to 2014. Photograph: iStock

A High Court judge has urged the parties involved in marathon, bitter and costly litigation over control of Dublin’s Blackrock Clinic to give “most se(...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan said he had a ‘round-table meeting’ with some of Bill Kenneally’s victims  last week. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has said the commission of inquiry into the handling of paedophile sports coach Bill Kenneally should start “in (...)

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan (back row, third from left) and Chief Justice Frank Clark (back row, fourth from left) at the official opening of the new Waterford courthouse. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Ireland’s top judge has said the seven new and refurbished courthouses being opened around the country will provide a “dignified and respectful settin(...)

 Mr Justice Michael Moriarty. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The Attorney General has led tributes to Mr Justice Michael Moriarty as he sat for the last time on Monday as a High Court judge. Attorney General Se(...)

Fallon & Byrne  is set to open a new flagship food hall and delicatessen at Dundrum Town Centre, which is part-owned by Hammerson. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

UK property group Hammerson has reported “strong leasing momentum” across its Irish business following a record year of activity. In a trading statem(...)

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