Supreme Court judge Séamus Woulfe arriving at the Four Courts on Thursday morning. Mr Justice Woulfe  is expected to participate in Friday’s council meeting. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A meeting of the country’s 166 judges on Friday will be asked to approve new guidelines expected to lead to significantly reduced general damages awar(...)

The judge granted leave to bring  judicial review proceedings and granted a stay on the variation of the housing targets. Photograph: iStock

A developer has launched a High Court challenge to a decision of Kildare County Council to slash housing targets for the county. According to a varia(...)

25 Wellington Road in Dublin 4: a dispute has arisen about a contract for the €2.95m sale of the ‘almost unique’ property.

A dispute concerning a contract for the €2.95 million sale of a Georgian property in Dublin 4 has come before the High Court. Ms Justice Mary Rose G(...)

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The owners of the Citywest Hotel complex have launched High Court proceedings against two of its neighbours who it is alleged have started building wo(...)

The defendant, owned by the family of businessman Larry Goodman, is redeveloping the building over the next two years at a cost of €150m. File photograph: Collins

The owner of printing business Reads has secured a High Court injunction preserving the access route to its premises just off Dublin’s Nassau street (...)

The court heard  the ‘criminal act’ against Southwire is being investigated by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation. Photograph: Getty

An American company that claims it is being blackmailed by hackers seeking $6 million (€5.35 million) on Tuesday secured an emergency High Court injun(...)

 Paul Anthony McDermott’s funeral was held in same church he   had married his wife Annick five years previously and where his sons  were baptised in the following years. Photograph:  Collins Courts.

Barrister Paul Anthony McDermott was remebered as a “fantastic father” and a person with “a great sense of justice” during his funeral Mass in Dublin.(...)