The judge was satisfied the appeal committee made its findings based on ‘flimsy’ evidence. File photograph : Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A school for children with special needs has won its High Court challenge over its decision to expel a teenage pupil who had assaulted staff, damaged (...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross spoke against new guidelines for personal injury awards. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The judge who manages personal injury litigation in the High Court argued against the adoption of new guidelines designed to reduce the level of such (...)

Right to Know  appealed to the High Court after failing to get  information following two separate requests to the Office of Secretary General  to the President

A High Court judge has ruled the Right to Know group is not entitled to get documents which were before the Council of State, the council’s minutes or(...)

The Special Criminal Court is based at the Criminal Courts of Justice on Parkgate Street, Dublin. File photograph: The Irish Times

A High Court judge has rejected a legal challenge involving a “full-blown attack” on the legislation governing the setting up of the non-jury Special (...)

There was ‘overwhelming’ evidence before the tribunal of intention the landlord to sell within the requisite period at the time the March 2019 termination notice was served and in the months thereafter, the judge found. File photograph: Frank Miller

A woman has lost her High Court bid to overturn a notice terminating her tenancy of some 15 years in a Dublin 4 flat. Aldona Stulpinaite, a childmind(...)

 Mr Justice Anthony Barr ruled there was a deliberate decision made by the teacher’s solicitor not to serve her personal injury summons on the defendant until a separate dispute in relation to her application for early retirement was resolved in 2019.

An art teacher’s action claiming she was bullied and harassed for nearly 10 years at her school cannot continue, a High Court judge has ruled. Irene (...)

The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, will ask that the Government approve amendments to the Judicial Council Act 2019 and the Personal Injuries Assessment Board Act of 2003. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Personal injury cases that have not yet been assessed by the State’s awards body will be subject to new guidelines on damages under soon-to-be-introdu(...)

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee: said that if the new guidelines were approved, she would bring proposals to Cabinet on Tuesday on how to implement them. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Judges are expected to vote on Saturday on whether to adopt proposed new guidelines to reduce general damages awards for some personal injuries, parti(...)

The High Court was told the Special Criminal Court has ‘run for 49 years and shows no sign of abating’.

A man accused of false imprisonment and assault wants the High Court to declare that the Special Criminal Court, where he is facing trial, was only se(...)

Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

A High Court judge has overturned An Bord Pleanála’s refusal of permission for an 81-bedroom hotel and artisan food hub in Spiddal, Co Galway. Mr Jus(...)

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