An  apology was tendered on behalf of St James’s Hospital to Barry Comer as part of the settlement of proceedings brought following the death of his wife Lyndsey Comer from cancer in early August 2017.

A Dublin hospital has apologised before the High Court to the family of well-known businessman over mistakes it made after it carried out ultrasound s(...)

In a statement, the Chief Justice and the presidents of all court divisions, including the High Court, said that all those attending courts are expected to strictly comply with current public health guidelines concerning physical distancing, frequent hand washing and respiratory etiquette.

A High Court personal injuries action which was adjourned last week because a person involved in the proceedings had a positive antigen test is due to(...)

John Delaney, former chief executive  of the Football Association of Ireland. Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

John Delaney has failed to comply with a court order to provide the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) with certain details about (...)

Two newspapers have apologised before the High Court to John Brown

Two newspapers have apologised before the High Court to John Brown, the brother of singer and former MEP Dana Rosemary Scallon. Mr Brown sued both T(...)

     The judge said it was in nobody’s interest to further drag out the litigation and she at one stage noted the claimants in the 100 plus cases are elderly and some are in ill health.

A settlement deal for those suing convicted child molester and former consultant doctor Michael Shine has been plunged further into doubt. A test civ(...)

Gerry Adams said he planned to donate any settlement to good causes, including those in the Irish language sector and the Bobby Sands Trust

Former Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams’s defamation case against the Sunday World has been settled at the High Court. Mr Adams received an apology f(...)

Zurich was found to be liable for claim. Photograph: iStock

Zurich Insurance is liable under a motor policy for a claim by a bin lorry worker for any damages awarded over an accident while he was loading a bin,(...)

Consultant engineer Michael Reilly, of Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary, had sued Iconic Newspapers, publishers of the Kilkenny People, over a report in its February 19th, 2016

A man who failed in a defamation action over a court report is facing a six-figure legal bill following a High Court order requiring him to pay the fu(...)

Michael Reilly of Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary, had sued over the article published  in 2016 by the Kilkenny People. He claimed he was the “only Michael Reilly” living in Ballycullen, Mullinahone, Co Tipperary and the newspaper report meant he was a criminal. Photograph: Collins Courts

A High Court judge has withdrawn from a jury a defamation action taken against a newspaper, after saying the article at the centre of the case was fai(...)

 Colin Keane on board Siskin comes home to win ahead of Seamus Heffernan on board Lope Y Fernandez in The Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh in June 2020. Photograph: Caroline Norris/Inpho

Aidan O’Brien’s Lope Y Fernandez will try to make it “ninth time lucky” when he goes in pursuit of a first Group One success in Saturday’s Al Shaqab L(...)

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