The High Court has quashed the dismissal of a detective garda who had admitted breaching Garda rules concerning the handling of informants. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The High Court has quashed the dismissal of a detective garda who had admitted breaching Garda rules concerning the handling of informants. A reheari(...)

A High Court judge has ruled that an acutely ill girl (10) should not be resuscitated.   Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

An acutely ill and profoundly disabled 10-year-old girl in State care should not be resuscitated or receive emergency life-saving intervention, the H(...)

The woman’s employer agreed she could avail of maternity leave but, because the employer does not pay maternity leave allowance, she applied to the Department of Social Protection for the State allowance, but was refused on grounds she was not eligible.

A woman whose child was born as a result of a surrogacy arrangement has lost her High Court action alleging the State’s refusal to pay her maternity b(...)

A significant judgment concerning the entitlements of part-time teachers and with implications for all teachers has been issued by the High Court

A significant judgment concerning the entitlements of part-time teachers and with implications for all teachers has been issued by the High Court. Th(...)

Former archbishop of Benin Richard Burke. Photograph: Courts Collins

A former Catholic archbishop has told the High Court he wanted a woman to seek the return of a letter, sent by her to Rome, which accused him of sexua(...)

Former archbishop of Benin, Richard Burke. Photograph: Courts Collins

A former Catholic archbishop has denied a suggestion by lawyers for RTÉ the reason a woman was “deeply troubled” was because he had sexually exploite(...)

Former Catholic archbishop Richard Burke is suing  RTÉ for defamation, alleging he was wrongly depicted as a paedophile in the  Prime Time Investigates programme Mission to Prey. File photograph: The Irish Catholic

A former Catholic archbishop who resigned over breaking his vow of celibacy has sued RTÉ for defamation, alleging he was wrongly depicted as a paedoph(...)

Ms Justice Iseult O’Malley in the High Court ruled that the mechanism in Ireland to determine if a suspect was a victim of trafficking was inadequate to meet obligations under an EU directive.

A High Court judge has said Ireland has failed to adequately comply with its obligations under EU law towards victims of human trafficking. An EU dir(...)

The  former home of property developer Tom McFeely at Coolbawn, Ailesbury Road,  Ballsbridge, Dublin 4.  File Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Nama has secured final judgment for €8m against the wife of Priory Hall builder Thomas McFeely arising out of an unpaid loan secured on the family ho(...)

Ryanair has sued the trade union Impact, the Irish Airline Pilots Association (Ialpa) and its president Evan Cullen arising from an interview with Mr Cullen broadcast on RTÉ Radio. File photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

A judge has ruled Ryanair is entitled to some of the various categories of documents sought by it for its action alleging it was defamed in interviews(...)

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