Mr Justice Clarke found the High Court erred in quashing as not sustainable the tribunal’s rejection of the claims of educational discrimination.

The immigration authorities should have “high regard” for humanitarian concerns when deciding the future of a 10-year-old boy born here to Serbian par(...)

Darius Savickis (46), a father of two originally from Lithuania, was in prison  at the time of an assault after he had pleaded guilty in  2009 to orally raping a woman  in  2005. File photograph: Getty Images

A rape victim is seeking court orders freezing a €17,225 award made to her attacker pending her own civil action for damages against him. The award w(...)

A rapist who was “clearly” assaulted by a prison officer while serving his sentence has had a €225 award of damages made to him by a jury increased to(...)

The  Court of Appeal upheld the High Court findings that the recommendation could not be judicially reviewed as it did not constitute a determination of any rights or obligations

A trade union representing most of the 76 retained fire fighters employed by Waterford County Council has lost an appeal to review a Labour Court reco(...)

A Nigerian man who has an Irish citizen son has lost an appeal aimed at overturning a refusal to grant him residency here.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A Nigerian man who has an Irish citizen son has lost an appeal aimed at overturning a refusal to grant him residency here. The Court of Appeal upheld(...)

File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The record of the judiciary in relation to human rights protection has been “mixed” over recent decades, a senior judge has told a human rights confer(...)

In the Court of Appeal, Mr Justice Gerard  Hogan said Ryanair had not identified any third party who has come forward to say they had accessed the posts or downloaded them here. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Ryanair cannot continue its legal action in Ireland against an Australian pilot for allegedly defamatory comments on the internet about aviation safe(...)

File photograph of Virgin Group founder Richard Branson announcing the takeover of UPC Ireland last year.Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

The country’s second largest internet service provider, Virgin Media, must take steps to deal with illegal music downloading, the Court of Appeal has (...)

David Langan’s case will return later to the High Court to be addressed in line with the appeal court’s findings.

A significant judgment by the Court of Appeal has ruled that the Circuit Court had no jurisdiction to make possession orders for six domestic properti(...)

The three-judge Court of Appeal this week allowed  Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald’s appeal in a judgment addressing an important point of EU law concerning “effective remedy” requirements of Article 39 of the Procedures Directive. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The Minister for Justice has won her appeal against a High Court finding her procedure for dealing with refusals to admit failed asylum seekers back i(...)

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