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Long-term arrears: Too few cases have been resolved through legislation that is now seven years old. Photograph: Thinkstock

The difference in the figures speaks for itself: 27,792 cases of mortgage arrears where a payment has not been paid for two years or more, and 3,841 p(...)

Marlet chief executive Patrick Crean: Marlet subsidiary wanted a number of issues investigated, including Chambury’s decision to sell its main asset, a plot of land on Lime Street, to what Balark said was a related company. Photograph: Jason Clarke

Marlet subsidiary Balark could appeal the High Court’s rejection of its bid to have a statutory liquidator appointed to a Johnny Ronan-controlled comp(...)

Stena Line ferries. Earlier this month Doyle Shipping won an injunction allowing it to continue to provide services to Stena Line ferries docking in Dublin Port

Stevedore Doyle Shipping’s case against Stena Line was back in court recently, where a ruling on costs was reserved. Earlier this month Doyle won an(...)

A High Court judge said there was ‘most minor’ contact between Thomas Moore and Mary Carroll’s vehicles and  the damage was no more than ‘scuff marks’. File image: iStock.

An “accident prone” man faces a substantial legal costs bill after losing an action for damages against a woman over what he claimed was a traffic acc(...)

File image of outgoing  Chief Justice  Susan Denham  in Dublin. File photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Last formal sitting of the Hon Ms Justice Susan Denham, Chief Justice Remarks of the Chief Justice The Supreme Court July 28th, 2017, 10.00am Than(...)

Without proper funding the hard work of front line social workers is being frustrated and young people are losing out. (Posed by model)

The Child Care Law Reporting Project has again provided us with an insight into the in-camera world of child protection proceedings. These reports o(...)

 Dorothea Dowling, Chairperson, MIAB, at the launch of the Motor Insurance Advisory Board report in 2002.  Photograph: Eric Luke

It seems that rapidly escalating motor insurance premium charges are about to create a similar crisis to that faced in 1998 which led to the Motor (...)

Mr Justice Paul Carney, who has retired, has been  described as an “innovator” and a “strong advocate” of the rights of victims who was instrumental in putting together a structured criminal justice system that is “fit for purpose”. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The country’s most senior criminal judge Mr Justice Paul Carney has retired after warm tributes were paid to him at the Four Courts.Tributes were lead(...)

A file image of  Mary Stokes who challenged the admissions policy of the Christian Brothers High School in Clonmel, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Collins

The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed an appeal by a boy from the Traveller community who challenged the refusal of his admission to the Christi(...)

Christopher Corcoran outside Dublin Circuit Court after he was found not guilty by direction of holding a Securicor staff member and his family hostage in 2005. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Two men previously jailed for taking part in the kidnapping of a family have been found not guilty after a “dramatic” ruling that mobile phone records(...)

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