Liam Campbell had claimed that he should not be surrendered on the grounds that no decision has been taken in Lithuania to try him. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Supreme Court has ruled that Liam Campbell, who was found civilly liable for the Omagh bombing, can be extradited to Lithuania where he is accused(...)

The funeral of John Cooke, former Judge of the High Court and European Court at the Church of the Holy Cross, Dundrum. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

John D Cooke, a retired judge of the High and European Courts, was an “exceptional” man who never lost “a basic sense of fairness” whether as a judge (...)

Ms Justice Mary Irvine: took up the position of High Court president on June 18th, 2020. Photograph: Tom Honan

The president of the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Irvine, has told her colleagues she will retire at the end of July. The first woman to be appointed (...)

The proceedings have been brought by local residents, who claim the wind farm amounts to an unauthorised development and should be shut down. Photograph: iStock

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a claim that certain parts of a Co Waterford-based wind farm as built were not authorised by its planning permiss(...)

The Supreme Court has overturned a decision to grant Clare County Council orders requiring members of the Traveller Community to vacate lands they had(...)

The Supreme Court noted that several bodies, including the Polish supreme court and the Polish commissioner for human rights, had expressed serious concern about the new laws in the country.

The Supreme Court wants the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU), in light of “even more troubling” changes concerning the rule of law and a(...)

The High Court granted a petition in March 2018 adjudicating Michael Wymes and another co-founder of Bula bankrupt. Photograph: iStock

A co-founder of the collapsed Bula mine in Co Meath has lost a Supreme Court appeal aimed at permitting him to challenge a decision adjudicating him b(...)

The woman had won a High Court challenge last year over a possession order obtained by the bank. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A bank is entitled to a full hearing in the High Court of its claim for possession of a woman’s family home in Co Wexford, the Supreme Court has ruled(...)

 The €663,000 judgments were obtained by Trinity College, Dublin, against James Kenny following his protracted litigation, in which he represented himself, over the building of student accommodation near their Dartry home. File  photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The Supreme Court has made orders deferring the sale of the Dartry home of an elderly couple, for the purpose of meeting legal costs judgments of some(...)

The case concerning RTÉ arose from its efforts to obtain details of a €100 million loan given to University College Cork  by the European Investment Bank.

The Supreme Court, in important judgments affecting application of the Freedom of Information Act, has ruled public bodies are required to justify ref(...)

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