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(...)

Eve Doherty previously had the balance of her three year sentence suspended by the Court of Appeal. File photograph: Collins Courts

A detective garda has lost her Supreme Court bid to overturn her conviction for harassing a State solicitor by sending abusive communications. In dis(...)

PwC is being sued by Quinn Insurance Ltd for €900 million over its auditing of the now insolvent insurance underwriter.

Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has won its appeal over being refused an order requiring €30 million security to be provided for its leg(...)

The outcome of the Supreme Court appeal has implications for many people seeking family reunification after getting protection here

The Supreme Court will rule later on an important appeal by the State aimed at overturning a finding that the word “child” in the International Protec(...)

A three-judge Court of Appeal dismissed Philomena White’s appeal over the dismissal of her damages claim. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

An elderly woman who suffered a serious arm injury after falling at a caravan park in Co Waterford has lost her appeal over the dismissal of her damag(...)

Giving the COA decision, Ms Justice Costello said the appeals would add further years of delay

The Court of Appeal has struck out, as an abuse of process, appeals against damages awarded to dozens of Portuguese workers who claimed they lived in (...)

Donal Kinsella, former depputy chairman of the Kenmare mining group, pictured at the Four Courts for a Court of Appeal hearing against the €10 million award he received for defamation. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has cut a €10 million libel award – the highest ever in the State – against mining company Kenmare Resources to €250,000. The €10(...)

Donal Kinsella  at the Four Courts yesterday. He has been paid  €500,000, plus €200,000 in costs, but a stay applies on payment of the remaining sum pending the appeal outcome. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal will rule later on an appeal by Kenmare Resources over a €10 million libel award, the highest in the history of the State, to its(...)

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