‘With no legal remedy for the affected homeowners, a political solution to the mica crisis will be found – which is only right, because this was a systems failure.’ File photograph: The Irish Times

Listening to all the disquiet about the anomalies in the Covid reopening plan, anyone would think this was new and unfamiliar territory for us. In rea(...)

Businessman Jerry Beades is the registered owner, but not an occupant, of the mortgaged properties. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Some 20 people who have lived for several years in two Dublin properties want the Court of Appeal to overturn an order requiring “persons unknown” to (...)

The woman suffered a severe crushing injury to the finger when the door at the Donegal bar closed on it, which ultimately resulted in its tip being amputated. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The Court of Appeal has overturned an award of €56,250 damages to a woman whose little finger tip was ultimately amputated after a door used by her to(...)

A Cool Running Events ice rink: the owner of the company is unsure   if he can open next winter if his insurance premiums continue to rise. Photograph: ice-skating.ie

Bill Cremin, the owner of a company that runs winter season ice rinks in Dublin and Cork, is phlegmatic about the coronavirus pandemic killing off any(...)

A €65,000 damages award made to a girl who was injured when she fell at a skating rink and another person inadvertently skated over the back of her hand has been upheld by the Court of Appeal. Image: iStock.

The Court of Appeal (CoA) has upheld a €65,000 damages award made to a girl who was injured when she fell at a skating rink and another person inadver(...)

The Byrnes brought various High Court proceedings arising out of the acquisition of the loans and the properties being put into receivership. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Court of Appeal has dismissed an action by a father and son over the acquisition of some €6.2 million in loans by Nama. The proceedings by Vincen(...)

Mr Justice Seamus Noonan is a member of the Personal Injuries Guidelines Committee of the Judicial Council, which is due to present draft guidelines on personal injury awards to the council’s board at the end of October.

The Court of Appeal has made a significant personal injuries ruling where it reduced the compensation given for soft tissue injuries suffered in a roa(...)

Garda Keith Harrison and his partner Marisa Simms arrive for a hearing of  the Disclosures Tribunal in Dublin Castle in 2017. File Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photo

The Court of Appeal has dismissed Garda Keith Harrison’s bid to have findings made by the Disclosures Tribunal against him quashed. The Donegal-based(...)

The appeal was brought against the jury’s verdict, which was delivered following a seven-week trial. Photograph: Getty

The Court of Appeal has dismissed Ryanair’s appeal against a jury’s decision that the airline had not been defamed in an email to pilots about its sha(...)

The appeal arises out of a December 2017 High Court jury finding that three members of the Ryanair Pilot Group (RPG) had not defamed the airline in the email sent to 2,289 pilots. Photograph: AFP

Ryanair has asked the Court of Appeal to overturn a jury’s decision that the airline was not defamed in an email sent to pilots about its shares and t(...)

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