Barry O’Donnell SC, for the Child and Family Agency, described the case as perplexing.

A man whose newborn son remains in interim care after being forcibly removed from his breastfeeding mother in a maternity hospital has argued the “dra(...)

In his High Court action against DCU,  Lifeng Han claimed he was denied fair procedures including because a member of the disciplinary committee also had a prosecutorial role in the matter.

A Dublin City University student has settled his High Court case over a decision by college authorities to exclude him from his course over behaviour (...)

The alleged offences occurred in the early 1970s in an orphanage where the woman, then aged about 18 or 19, was sent to have a baby which she later gave up for adoption.

An elderly woman who denies indecently assaulting a teenage girl in an orphanage around 45 years ago has withdrawn a High Court challenge aimed at pre(...)

Mr Justice Séamus Noonan struck out taxi driver Paul Byrne’s appeal  and adjourned a counter-claim which Dublin Bus had brought.

A taxi driver, who claimed he was injured when a passenger opened the door of his cab into the path of an oncoming bus, has settled his appeal over th(...)

Garda Gao Deming  leaving the Four Courts  after a High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A garda out on sick leave due to alleged bullying and “racial torment” by colleagues has launched a High Court challenge over the reclassification of (...)

Fines totalling €1,000 were imposed on dog-owner Owen McKenna by the Irish Greyhound Board.

A greyhound owner has brought a legal challenge after €36,500 in race prize money was withheld from him for alleged doping/contamination of three of h(...)