The Supreme Court has agreed to hear appeals by the Minister for Justice over findings concerning his obligations to consider the marital family rights of Irish citizens and their non-EEA spouses. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear appeals by the Minister for Justice over significant findings concerning his obligations to consider the marital (...)

The High Court had previously ruled  there was no evidence of fraud by the siblings.

Two siblings committed civil fraud in selling their late father’s home on foot of a death certificate for a woman with the same name as their stepmoth(...)

The man’s EU rights had not been breached because he has never been an Irish or EU citizen, the judge said.

The Court of Appeal has dismissed a man’s appeal against the State’s refusal, on national security grounds, to grant him Irish citizenship. The man, (...)

Ian Bailey launching his book of poetry in the Hot Press tent at Electric Picnic last year. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Ian Bailey has lost his appeal over orders requiring him to pay the substantial legal costs, estimated at between €2 million and €5 million, of his f(...)

Dunnes Stores argued  the award was excessive and disproportionate. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A €105,929 award to a former part-time supermarket worker who injured herself when she fell while operating a pallet truck to move stock has been uphe(...)

Ian Bailey leaving the High Court in 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Court of Appeal has overturned its decision permitting a retrial of part of Ian Bailey’s civil action for damages over the conduct of the Garda in(...)

Det Sgt Joseph Higgins, stationed at the Special Detective Unit in Dublin, suffered a brain injury as a result of the crash. Photograph: Collins Dublin

A Garda detective sergeant has lost his appeal aimed at halting a disciplinary inquiry over a crash in which the official vehicle he was driving while(...)

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said a voluntary patient who expresses a desire to leave a secure unit remains free in principle to do so at any convenient time and may not be restrained except in accordance with the detention power under Section 23 of the Mental Health Act 2001.

A Dublin psychiatric hospital had no legal basis for preventing a voluntary patient from leaving a locked secure unit when he tried to go, the Court o(...)

Members of the Defence Forces at a 1916 wreath-laying ceremony in Moore Street, Dublin

Unsurprisingly to some observers, the Court of Appeal on Wednesday overturned an earlier ruling that buildings around Moore Street in central Dublin, (...)

Moore Street, Dublin, where a number of houses were used during 1916 Rising. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Court of Appeal has overturned a declaration that buildings and sites on and around Dublin’s Moore Street are a 1916 Rising battlefield site compr(...)

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