A solicitor has been struck off over findings of professional misconduct including taking some €173,543 from a deceased woman’s estate when she was no(...)

Joanna Jordan from Dun Laoghaire outside the High Court last month. Photograph: Collins

The State and Referendum Commission are entitled to their legal costs, estimated at more than €200,000, of successfully opposing two separate bids to (...)

The High Court  heard the daughters plan to find appropriate accommodation for their mother in another part of the country near them, and accommodation for their father close by.

The president of the High Court has lifted an order restraining an elderly man from visiting his wife, who has dementia and other health difficulties(...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly said the man wants to leave the hospital and the fear is that he will come to serious harm and is at risk, up to and including death, if discharged.

A homeless man whose memory is impaired has been restrained by the High Court from leaving a hospital because of concerns his life and safety could be(...)

Joanna Jordan: sought to challenge abortion referendum result. Photograph:  Collins Courts

The president of the High Court has refused two separate applications for permission to bring petitions challenging the Yes result of the abortion ref(...)

Charles Byrne is seeking to bring a petition challenging the result of the abortion referendum. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The president of the High Court will on Friday rule on two separate applications for permission to bring petitions challenging the Yes result of the a(...)

The president of the High Court has made orders preventing an elderly woman from being visited in hospital by either her son or husband arising from concerns over their alleged behaviour there. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

The president of the High Court has made orders preventing an elderly woman from being visited in hospital by either her son or husband arising from c(...)

A vet found guilty of professional misconduct for letting his official stamp be used to certify some cattle as fit for export to Morocco when they were not, has had his registration cancelled by the High Court. Image: iStock.

A vet found guilty of professional misconduct for letting his official stamp be used to certify some cattle as fit for export to Morocco when they wer(...)

Dr Stanislaw Franciszek Zulichoswki has been struck off the medical register in Ireland and has returned to Poland.

A male doctor found to have carried out a “disgraceful” sexually-motivated internal examination of a female patient has been struck off the medical re(...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly, said the orders were necessary due to ‘outrageous’ behaviour of the siblings at the hospital.

The HSE has secured court orders preventing a son and daughter of a frail, elderly woman with dementia visiting her in hospital, trying to remove her(...)

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