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Golfer Kevin LeBlanc of Donabate, Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts in Dublin after giving evidence in a High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A golfer being sued by a spectator who claims he was knocked unconscious after being hit on the head with a ball has told the High Court he was unawar(...)

The appeal, before a five judge court presided over by Mr Justice Donal O’Donnell, raises important issues concerning the constitutional rights of the family and child under Article 41 and Article 42a respectively, and the threshold for State intervention in relation to a child’s medical care.  File Photograph: Collins Courts.

A hospital has told the Supreme Court it is not seeking to “accelerate” the death of a catastrophically injured boy by applying for permission to refr(...)

Waterford City and County Council got an interim injunction last month preventing the Homesavers operators remaining open because it was claimed they were in breach of planning permission. Photograph: iStock

Two Homesavers discount stores in Co Waterford which opened just before the Christmas market got underway must close down, the High Court ordered. Whi(...)

Frank King (77), of Trim, Co Meath sued Beaumont Hospital as a result of the falls. Photograph: Dara MacDónaill

A man with dementia who injured both hips in two falls while he was a patient at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin has settled a High Court action for €145,(...)

The dispute related to the former Eircom site beside  St James’s House, long-leased by Johnny Ronan’s RGRE Burlington company. Photograph: Collins

A dispute involving companies of developers Johnny Ronan and the Kenny family, which allegedly delayed construction work on a high-profile Dublin site(...)

Norwegianhas secured Irish examinership protection. Photograph: iStock

How Irish is Norwegian Air Shuttle? A High Court judge wanted to know last week. Enough to grant protection from creditors, it turned out. A few wee(...)

The judge says the evidence indicates the company has a reasonable prospect of survival subject to conditions. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A potential €11 million liability arising out of damages claims against a Dublin-based cold storage company has led to it securing a High Court order (...)

Mr Justice Simons said the offer was a very good one given the risk the case carried if it went to hearing.

A widow whose husband was killed, along with his close friend and neighbour, in a farm accident has secured some €282,500 under a settlement of her Hi(...)

Jim Bolger’s attempt to jolt the system shouldn’t be dismissed. Photograph: Inpho

It’s six weeks since Jim Bolger declared drugs to be Irish racing’s number one problem. He doesn’t believe there’s a level playing field. These are in(...)

Patrick Stanley (16) from Clara, Co Offaly, was killed by the bomb in Belturbet, Co Cavan,  in 1972.

December 28th was the Catholic feast day of The Holy Innocents, Joseph Stanley often recalled in the years that followed 1972, the day that everything(...)

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