The High Court judge  found the singer, former MEP and former Presidential candidate Dana Rosemary Scallon had not sued the correct defendant. File  photograph: Frank Miller

A defamation and malicious falsehood action against Independent News and Media plc (INM) by Dana Rosemary Scallon has been struck out by the High Cour(...)

Hugh O’Flaherty, for Design Features Ltd,  said his side’s case was that the prevention of access amounted to unlawful eviction. Photograph: iStock

A furniture business has secured an interim High Court injunction over its alleged eviction from a Dublin warehouse after it was unable to pay rent th(...)

The daughter initiated her application last Monday when the result of a Covid-19 test carried out on her mother the previous Friday was awaited.

A woman is not pursuing her High Court bid to have her mother moved out of a nursing home over Covid-19 concerns because her mother has just tested po(...)

A man from the Democratic Republic of Congo has lost his Supreme Court appeal over a decision he has no legal right to remain in Ireland. His partne(...)

After losing appeals to the Court of Appeal, the two women secured a fresh appeal to the Supreme Court. Photograph: Collins Courts.

The Supreme Court has heard significant test appeals by two women over whether refugees who become Irish citizens are entitled to enhanced family reun(...)

Mr Justice Richard Humphreys has developed a reputation for imaginative rulings, often containing literary references

A High Court judge, in a ruling that referenced Greek philosophy and Japanese traditional theatre, has excoriated an attempt by the State to avoid pay(...)

Even if the woman was deported, the child would have a right to come back as an Irish citizen and that would likely require, as a result of the Zambrano decision, the mother’s re-admission to the State, the judge noted.

A heavily pregnant Nigerian woman got a High Court injunction preventing her deportation just days before she was due to give birth to a child who wou(...)

Permission to bring the High  court  challenge against the school over it’s decision to expel him   was granted on an ex-parte basis by Mr Justice Richard Humphreys.

A High Court challenge has been brought against a decision to expel a teenage boy from the secondary school he had been attending. The 15-year old bo(...)

Frederick ‘Freddie’ Thompson: challenging prison regime. Photograph: The Irish Times

Convicted killer Frederick ‘Freddie’ Thompson’s High Court challenge over the conditions of his detention at Portlaoise Prison was adjourned at the la(...)

The High Court has quashed a decision compelling a rural school to re-enrol an eight-year-old boy who was expelled after assaulting five members of st(...)

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