Gerard Hogan

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Deirdre Conroy pictured at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, in 2002, for an Irish Times article concerning her work as an architectural historian. “I haven’t spoken of the long shadow cast over the last 11 years because I didn’t know it would turn out like this.” Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill

I write for The Irish Times for the first time as Deirdre Conroy, having retained my anonymity since February 2002 when I wrote in my former Irish nam(...)

Dr Katie Sweeney. Photograph: Collins/ Courts

A High Court judge has ruled that the Minister for Education had no power to terminate a €12,500 annual allowance paid to two Vocational Education Com(...)

A destitute man who said he resorted to begging so as to be able to feed himself has won a High Court order overturning his conviction and €300(...)

 Mr Justice Gerard Hogan:  reserved judgment

There is no justification for paying the chief executives of two VECs a €12,500 a year allowance “in perpetuity” to administer the student tran(...)

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said there was no documentary evidence to support Dennis O’Connell’s claim that he signed the guarantee after being assured it would never be called in. Photograph: Collins Courts

A businessman has been found liable for a €293,000 debt incurred by his now-liquidated firm arising from a personal guarantee signed by him. (...)

The High Court has been urged to continue court protection for the family-run Foley’s bar and restaurant and the adjoining O’Reilly’s bar on Dublin(...)

Nearly 80 years ago (in 1934) Éamon de Valera initiated the abolition of the Seanad and immediately ran into objections that this was a breach (...)

Bank of Scotland’s demand that a Dublin businessman’s company repay €1.06 million within 45 minutes to a nominated bank account on a Fri(...)

Mr Justice Gerard Hogan said the practice on the ground relating to particulars sought in personal injury cases had reached something of a glorious art form revelled in by pleaders.

Three Co Mayo doctors have failed in a High Court bid to obtain what a judge ruled today was unnecessary information about a personal injury cl(...)

 Mr Justice Gerard Hogan  adjourned the matter to April 9th  because he wants a “full picture” of what occurred at  District Court proceedings last September.

A couple's High Court challenge against orders placing their children into State care has been adjourned until after Easter. The childre(...)

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