A tenant, who owes his landlord more than €24,000 in rent, blocked entry through the front door of his apartment at Harcourt Green, Char(...)

Judge says store owner should have checked his CCTV footage before accusing man  of stealing Pampers nappies.

A 55-year-old Dublin man, who was “recklessly” accused of stealing two boxes of baby nappies, has won damages in the Circuit Civil Court for de(...)

Chief Justice Susan Denham: chaired committe that has called for a radical overhaul of the judicial appointments process. File Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The State’s judges have called for a radical overhaul of the judicial appointments process, saying a merit-based system that limits Governments’ scope(...)

Ms Julie Le Brocquy  leaving the Circuit Civil Court   after she was awarded  €11,042 in an action against  architect, John Patrick Colclough. Photograph:  Collins Courts

Film producer Julie Le Brocquy has been awarded just over €11,000 against an architect who, a judge said, had failed to provide her with “a reasonable(...)

A judge has refused to direct Bank of Ireland to identify more than 150 of its senior staff, middle management and top executives, alleged to have eng(...)

Brendan Scanlan,  Terenure, Dublin, leaving  a Circuit Civil Court hearing yesterday. He was  told  by Judge Jacqueline Linnane  that he had two weeks to make arrangements to sell an apartment in Dublin.   Photograph: Collins Courts

A landlord turned up in court yesterday with €10,000 in cash in a bid to stop an apartment being repossessed by his building society.Judge Jacqueline (...)

Plastic surgeon Denis Boucq holds a defective silicone gel breast implant manufactured by French company Poly Implant Prothèse  after he removed it from a patient in a clinic in Nice. Photograph: Eric Gaillard/Reuters

A Co Roscommon woman, who had defective silicone gel prostheses implanted in her breasts, has been given leave to apply for judgment against Dublin-ba(...)

Declan Ganley, speaking in Dublin earlier this year.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

Declan Ganley’s Libertas Institute, the legal entity he used in campaigns against a number of EU treaty changes, has said it is to continue trying to (...)

Laurence O’Mahony:  declared himself bankrupt in the UK in April 2012 and claimed that when he had been discharged from bankruptcy in April of this year, he had been cleared of all bankruptcy debt. Photograph:  Collins Courts

Businessman Laurence O’Mahony and his wife, Christine Connolly, have lost their €6 million home located at what a judge described as the best-known ad(...)

Businessman Declan Ganley. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A €35,366 claim by Co Louth farmer Raymond O’Malley against businessman Declan Ganley for European Parliament election expenses has been struck out(...)

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