David Dodd

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Dr Salaheldin Ahmed. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

An incident with a racist patient helped a locum GP recall the details of a subsequent house visit that is the subject of a disciplinary inquiry, he h(...)

South Lodge Clonmannon Ashford Co Wicklow

South Lodge sits on the grounds of Clonmannon Estate just outside Ashford in Co Wicklow. The estate, originally owned by Chester Beatty, the mining ma(...)

Pamela Duffy, of Shanganagh Woods, Shankill, Co Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts after she settled her Circuit Civil Court action for damages. Photograph: Courts Collins

A 52-year-old woman, who fell in a pothole and broke her ankle after drinking 10 pints in her local soccer club, has settled a €38,000 damages claim i(...)

Eason had claimed it had reduced its quarterly rent by €70,500 after outlining a number of grievances. Photograph: The Irish Times

The books and stationary group Eason and its Liffey Valley store landlords settled a dispute over rent arrears on Monday.The Circuit Civil Court had h(...)

Roberta Dodd looks on as her husband David reads a statement outside the High Court today after a maternity hospital apologised to the couple over the death of their baby son Senan Dodd. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A private maternity hospital and two consultant obstetricians have expressed sincere apologies at the High Court to the parents of a baby boy who died(...)

At the Asylum Early Advice Training Course at A&L Goodbody were, from left, Dr Ciara Smyth from the School of Law at NUI Galway, Jacqueline Kelly, managing solicitor at the Irish Refugee Council Law Centre, Eamonn Conlon, partner at A&L Goodbody, and Maeve Regan, former legal officer of the Public Interest Law Alliance but now managing solicitor of Mercy Law Resource Centre

Picture yourself arriving in a strange country, desperately seeking refuge from persecution. You are instantly faced with strange paperwork in a stran(...)

The dispute over an alleged unpaid debt in relation to a planned private medical centre has settled at the High Court on confidential terms. Photograph: The Irish Times

An action in which Minister for Health, James Reilly was sued over an alleged unpaid debt in relation to a planned private medical centre has been set(...)