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The woman, who cannot be identified by court order, has sued the HSE and a US laboratory MedLab, with offices at Sandyford Business Park, Dublin.

A woman who claims she suffered a delay in a cervical cancer diagnosis and is now terminally ill has sued for damages in the High Court. The 44-year(...)

Courts ‘cannot stand idly by’ when parties ‘flout’ their orders and both parties ‘stand warned’, Mr Justice  Donald Binchy told a couple involved in a custody battle over their daughter.

An estranged couple involved in a “saga of litigation” concerning their young daughter have been urged by a High Court judge to act in the best intere(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross accepted the developing condition was there to be interpreted from films of an MRI scan of March 16th.

A High Court judge has found there was no negligence by a surgeon in his care and treatment of a man who claimed he developed paralysis in his right l(...)

Ms Justice Carmel Stewart said she was satisfied to make orders allowing Cab transfer the cash, which had been held in an interest-bearing account, to the Minister for Public Expenditure.

The High Court has made final orders in respect of €54,000 in cash seized from a Belfast man linked to cigarette smuggling and the illegal drug trade (...)

Umesh Maharjan was working at the Chinese takeaway in Rathnew to finance his college degree. Photograph: Collins Courts

A student has settled his action over devastating burn injuries suffered while working in a Chinese takeaway after he sat on a bucket containing fresh(...)

Mr Justice Michael Twomey said the recent report of the Personal Injuries Commission (PIC), chaired by former High Court President Nicholas Kearns, had found personal injury awards here are 4.4 times higher than in England and Wales and there was a need for rebalancing and recalibration of Irish awards.

A High Court judge has awarded €8,000 compensation to a Garda for a soft tissue shoulder injury, not the €20,000 sought, in line with a downwards “rec(...)

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(...)

The High Court was told the policy change for driving licences amounted to a disproportionate interference with his client’s rights.

A High Court challenge has been brought over a policy preventing undocumented persons applying for a driving licence here or seeking to have it renewe(...)

An tArd Chlaraitheoir said there was no provision in the Civil Registration Act 2004 to allow the mother register her son’s birth using any other surname than her own one.

An asylum seeker who became pregnant following a relationship with a security guard at a direct provision centre has settled a High Court case over a (...)

The eldest son had worked on the family farm for three decades and in 2007 his mother told him he was ‘going to have to find something else to do with his life’.

A mother bequeathed china, delph and cutlery to her three daughters along with €5,000 each – and the remaining €3.8 million of assets in her estate to(...)

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