William Naylor of Roscrea, Co Tipperary and his sister Jean Maher of Birr, Co Offally outside the court. Photographs: Collins Courts

A man is entitled to a 49-hectare (120-acre) farm of a deceased man who turned out to be his biological father, the Court of Appeal has ruled. Willia(...)

Denis O’Brien launched his legal action against Red Flag, which had assembled the contents of a USB stick containing files about him.

The latest judicial rebuff to Denis O’Brien’s efforts to crack open - on his terms - the Red Flag Consulting case may finally signal the beginning of (...)

The Court of Appeal is concerned delays of more than a year here in deciding entry visa applications by non-EU family members of UK/EU citizens who co(...)

Stephen Rae: received a €100 nominal fine over the contempt

Independent New & Media has lost, by a two-to-one majority, its appeal against a ruling that articles and commentary published by it in 2014 abou(...)

The State has urged the Court of Appeal to overturn its decision permitting a retrial of part of Ian Bailey’s civil action over the conduct of the Garda investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Photograph: Collins.

The State has urged the Court of Appeal to overturn its decision permitting a retrial of part of Ian Bailey’s civil action over the conduct of the Gar(...)

The constitutional article on the special position of women in the home has ‘never truly been tested’ in the courts, a law lecturer has said. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The constitutional article on the special position of women in the home has “never truly been tested” in the courts as a “protective guarantee” requir(...)

Mr. Justice Gerard Hogan said the ‘judicial and legal zeitgeist’ was   different today compared to the 1970s. Photograph: Collins Courts

A senior judge has said the judiciary’s record on “substantive rights” under the Constitution over the past 30 years has been “often disappointing”, “(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien leaves the Four Courts last December after giving evidence in the Red Flag case. Photograph: Collins Courts

It was perhaps not surprising that the president of the Court of Appeal, Mr Justice Seán Ryan, struck a tone of mild exasperation in parts of his judg(...)

Stephen Minch had originally challenged a December 2014 refusal to release the broadband report. Photograph: iStock

A man who won the possibility of accessing a Government report on broadband after a court case has seen an appeal by the Minister for Communications d(...)

Ian Bailey arriving at the Cour of Appeal in the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Ian Bailey has lost most grounds of his appeal against a High Court jury’s rejection of his civil action for damages against the Garda Commissioner an(...)

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