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The FAI claims the material, including advice received from its interim CEO Rea Walshe, a qualified solicitor described as the FAI’s internal legal advisor, is privileged

A High Court judge is to consider whether certain information contained in 10 documents given by the FAI to the Office of Director of Corporate Enforc(...)

Ellen Hackett’s husband John (71), a father of five and a grandfather, died from a pulmonary thrombo-embolism five years ago. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A woman whose husband died from a blood clot while he was in hospital recuperating from surgery has settled her High Court action on undisclosed terms(...)

Ruth Morrissey and her husband Paul outside the Four Courts at the conclusion of her case.Photograph: Dave Meehan

The continuation of State screening programmes is seriously threatened by the implications of last week’s High Court judgment in the Ruth Morrissey ca(...)

Minister for Finance and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe rejected advice from a senior civil servant about the broadband plan. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The controversy surrounding the huge cost of the National Broadband Plan is growing nearly as quickly as the list of zeros at the end of bill. Ou(...)

Persona Digital Telephony and Sigma Wireless Networks’ amendments mostly arise out of the findings of the Moriarty tribunal in March 2011. Photograph: iStock

A consortium suing over the awarding of the country’s second mobile phone licence on grounds including bribery and corruption has been permitted by th(...)

Miriam Gillick, mother of Benjamin Gillick, leaving the Four Courts after a previous High Court hearing on the case. File photograph: Courts Collins

A nine-year-old boy left brain damaged and permanently disabled after a failure to diagnose an infection when he was a baby has settled his High Court(...)

The judge was satisfied that Mr McKeagney acted responsibly in the last 12 months. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has refused a liquidator’s application to impose directorship restrictions on the founder of a company which provided web design and IT(...)

As Chief Justice Frank Clarke remarked at the Burren Law School last weekend, the nuts and bolts of an effective courts system are themselves vital to the democratic process. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Poland’s recent experience shows that, even in advanced liberal democracies, the rule of law is a fragile thing. But it takes much less than outright (...)

Bloodstock sales firm Goffs has claimed before the High Court it is being defamed by the part owner of a horse, which was sold in 2011. File photograph: iStock

Bloodstock sales firm Goffs has claimed before the High Court it is being defamed by the part-owner of a horse, which was sold in 2011. Goffs has bro(...)

In his action Maurice Power  claims he is entitled to a contract of indefinite duration in respect of his role as CEO of the Saolta University Health Care Group  and that the HSE has acted wrongfully and in breach of his contract of employment.

The Health Service Executive has argued the CEO of a public hospital group is not entitled to a High Court order aimed at preventing the HSE removing (...)

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