Thomas Byrne was struck off the solicitors roll in 2008 after it emerged he had taken out multiple mortgages on properties and used client funds to finance a lavish lifestyle. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Convicted solicitor Thomas Byrne lied about his identity five years ago so he could lease a Dublin city centre restaurant, a judge heard today.Barrist(...)

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A 61-year-old carer, who was injured when she fell off the toilet of her Shankill, Co Dublin, home, has been awarded almost €28,000 damages in the Cir(...)

Marian Gale’s boutique in Donnybrook. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A judge has set the rent for the 1,540 square foot Marian Gale boutique at The Mall, Donnybrook, Dublin, at €30 per square foot or just over €46,000 a(...)

Radio Nova: outstanding music royalties now stood at €46,877.82, court told.

Radio Nova has been billed for almost €47,000 for alleged non-payment of music royalties, the Circuit Civil Court was told yesterday.The radio station(...)

Michael O’Flaherty leaves Dublin Circuit Civil Court yesterday after he was ordered to pay €50,000 damages to a Dún Laoghaire businessman. Picture: Collins

A schoolteacher has been ordered to pay €50,000 damages to a former friend about whom he made defamatory remarks. It was the maximum Jud(...)

Michelle O’Connor, of Westbourne Park, Clondalkin, Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts yesterday after she was given seven days to vacate her rented home following a Circuit Civil Court hearing. Photograph: Collins

A mother of three, who has been given seven days to quit her home, told a judge yesterday that the landlord to whom she owes almost €42,000 in (...)

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(...)

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