Leslie Buckley, the former chairman of Independent News & Media. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Certain members of the so-called “INM 19” whose personal data was allegedly compromised as part of a data leak at Independent News & Media have be(...)

Ryanair is challenging measures announced last July including that persons not travel outside the State save for essential purposes. Photograph: Reuters

The State has said that measures introduced by the Government in response to the Covid-19 pandemic do not impose a legal restriction on travel in and (...)

Newspaper editor Emmett Corcoran. File photograph: Collins

A High Court judge has ruled gardaí are entitled to carry out a limited examination of the contents of a mobile phone seized from the home of a provin(...)

The Law Society was entitled to a strike off order against Daniel J  Coleman on foot of misconduct concerning a  conveyancing transaction, Mr Justice Garrett Simons ruled. Photograph: David Sleator

A High Court judge has ruled a solicitor should be struck off the roll of solicitors for professional misconduct over a land sale. Daniel J Coleman (...)

Unite trade union members have voted unanimously to take industrial action if any employer seeks to reduce terms and conditions on foot of a High Court ruling in June that struck down sectoral employment orders. Photograph: iStock

Plumbers, fitters and welders in the mechanical and construction sectors who are represented by the Unite trade union have voted unanimously to take i(...)

Joan Kiernan and John Fitzgerald outside St Mary’s (Telford) nursing home, Merrion Road, Dublin at a rally on Wednesday to demand St Mary’s and other Sisters of Charity facilities remain open and provide continuity of care to residents. Photograph: Colin Keegan/ Collins Dublin

Residents’ families and staff protested on Wednesday at a south Dublin nursing home which is facing closure, calling on the HSE to take it into State (...)

The liquidators told the High Court the facilities were closing due to an inability to meet statutory and regulatory requirements to operate at full capacity or fund costs. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Residents in a south Dublin nursing home and disability centre, which faces closure under High Court liquidation proceedings, were particularly vulner(...)

The court order setting aside a sectoral employment order governing pay and conditions for electrical contractors is ‘effective immediately’

A law governing minimum rates of pay in construction will stay in place pending a State challenge to a High Court ruling that declared it unconstituti(...)

Leslie Buckley, former chairman of INM, opposed the applications by members of the ‘INM 19’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A High Court judge will give his decision in October on applications by a number of people seeking material from a court-appointed investigation into (...)

The court heard the abuse complaint was investigated by gardaí but the DPP decided not to prosecute. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

A man accused of sex abuse on a child while they were both working at a hotel 50 years ago has brought a High Court challenge to findings against him (...)

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