A blocklayer is entitled to €30,000 general damages against the Building and Allied Trades Union (BATU) over breach of his right to earn a livelihood.

A blocklayer is entitled to €30,000 general damages against the Building and Allied Trades Union (BATU) over breach of his right to earn a livelihood (...)

The Court of Appeal dismissed Eugene McCool’s appeal against the High Court’s judgment order after finding he had no arguable defence entitling him to a full hearing of the bank’s claim.

A businessman has lost his appeal over a €228,005 summary judgment order obtained against him by ACC Loan Management DAC arising from a 2006 loan rela(...)

The tribunal was established to allow an alternative to going to court for claims arising out of the CervicalCheck controversy. File photograph: iStock

The CervicalCheck Tribunal has yet to receive a claim, more than two months after it started work and two years after the Government decided to set it(...)

Campaigner Vicky Phelan said the tribunal was ‘a slap in the face’ for the women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The CervicalCheck Tribunal, which was due to start its work on Tuesday, has been postponed for “a number of days”, the Government said on Monday night(...)

CervicalCheck campaigners Vicky Phelan (right) and Lorraine Walsh at the funeral of fellow campaigner Ruth Morrissey in July. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

The CervicalCheck tribunal to investigate negligence in the State’s cancer screening programme will get under way in September to assess claims by wom(...)

The tribunal was established to allow an alternative to going to court for claims arising out of the CervicalCheck controversy.

Two judges have been appointed to the CervicalCheck tribunal set up to investigate negligence in the State’s cervical check screening programme. The(...)

The Minister must now reconsider the matter in line with the High Court’s findings.

An Angolan man who has five Irish citizen children has won his appeal over been refused Irish citizenship by the Minister for Justice on the basis of(...)

The VHI has won its bid to exclude economist Moore McDowell being called as an expert witness in a case involving the insurer’s refusal to provide cov(...)

Property developer Michael O’Flynn, pictured leaving the Four Courts last year. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has dismissed a challenge by Patrick Cox and others against a ruling that they cannot get access to documents held by companies li(...)