Ruth Morrisse’s solicitor said on Monday his client had still not been told directly about the State Claims Agency’s appeal. File photograph: Dave Meehan

The State Claims Agency has formally appealed the High Court judgment in the Ruth Morrissey case but says its action will have no impact on her €2.1 m(...)

 A view of the construction site of the national children’s hospital. Photograph: Tom Honan

Legal experts have cast doubt on the Government’s plans to make individuals accountable for the cost overruns at the national children’s hospital. Pr(...)

Former INBS  chief executive Michael Fingleton, arriving at the inquiry. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Central Bank has refused to disclose its mounting multimillion-euro legal bill for the ongoing inquiry into Irish Nationwide Building Society (INB(...)

The three judges who heard the case in the Supreme Court reserved judgment.

A couple who allege they were the victims of a corrupt planning decision are bidding to sue Dublin City Council more than 30 years after it refused t(...)

Solicitor Joseph Buckley is objecting to decisions of the taxing master on some of his bills.  Photograph: iStock

The case of a solicitor who disputes he overcharged a former client by more than €650,000 was described by an experienced legal costs accountant as th(...)

 Solicitor Joseph Buckley outside  the Four Courts  during a High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

Mary Carolan A solicitor found to have engaged in “blatant “overcharging of a former client by more than €650,000 is seeking a High Court review of (...)

Garda whistleblower Keith Harrison and Marissa Simms arriving at the Charleton Tribunal in Dublin Castle earlier this week. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Garda Keith Harrison has told the Charleton tribunal that the Garda Pulse database was “was similar to a social media site” a decade ago. Gda Harris(...)

Election literature featuring Independent candidate Mark Savage.

The Data Protection Commissioner and Google have urged the High Court to overturn a finding in favour of a man in the first “right to be forgotten” ca(...)

The President of the High Court said it was in the interests of the public, and of the legal profession, this “unattractive” practice should not be allowed continue

The High Court has ordered the shutting down of a website involved in what is known as internet “claims harvesting”. The President of the High Court,(...)

Alan Shatter with Enda Kenny: The former minister for justice  wants the Guerin report amended and a new version given to the Taoiseach. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former minister for justice Alan Shatter has asked the Court of Appeal to make orders quashing “enormously damaging” parts of the Guerin report that c(...)

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