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In his High Court action against DCU,  Lifeng Han claimed he was denied fair procedures including because a member of the disciplinary committee also had a prosecutorial role in the matter.

A Dublin City University student has settled his High Court case over a decision by college authorities to exclude him from his course over behaviour (...)

The alleged offences occurred in the early 1970s in an orphanage where the woman, then aged about 18 or 19, was sent to have a baby which she later gave up for adoption.

An elderly woman who denies indecently assaulting a teenage girl in an orphanage around 45 years ago has withdrawn a High Court challenge aimed at pre(...)

It is alleged three women customers of the Anne Rossi clinic received injections of a botox-like product from Ms Rossi in when there was no doctor or pharmacist present as required by law.

A beautician who denies unlawfully administering botox-like treatment to customers has claimed before the High Court that a State regulatory authority(...)

The man and his wife went to considerable lengths to keep his condition secret, the High Court heard.

The High Court has overturned the Hepatitis C compensation tribunal’s refusal to make an award for psychological suffering and shock to a woman whose (...)

The grandmother has brought proceedings seeking orders compelling Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, to apply to have the children placed in the grandmother’s permanent care.

A grandmother is seeking to be made the permanent carer of her three grandchildren over fears for their safety if they are returned to their mother. (...)

Judge David Barniville granted  Nórín O’Sullivan’s lawyers permission to serve Irish Examiner Ltd with short notice of her application to extend time. Photograph: Alan Betson

Former Garda commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan, who served in the top role for three years up to last year, wants to bring a defamation action against a (...)

The Irish Raptor Study Group had strongly objected to the wind farm and claimed the southern area of the county supported up to 11 territorial pairs of breeding Hen Harrier.

The protection of one of Ireland’s rarest birds of prey could potentially stop the multi-million-euro development of a wind farm in Meenbog, Co Donega(...)

The owner of 35 Summerhill Parade has said having made numerous requests to the occupiers, who are trespassing on the property, to vacate the premises, the Trustees of Pat O’Donnell & Co Ltd Retirement and Death Benefit Plan had no option but to go to court. File photograph: James Forde

The owner of a vacant property in Ballybough, north Dublin that has been occupied by protestors since last week, has applied to the High Court to remo(...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly, a court registrar, lawyers and doctors travelled to the nursing home outside Dublin to hear evidence.

A dispute over a man’s capacity to make decisions has led to the first ever High Court sitting in a nursing home. The president of the High Court, Mr(...)

Most of Ian Bailey’s evidence to Gsoc related to his treatment at the hands of the gardaí during his arrests. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The findings of Gsoc’s 36-page report into Ian Bailey’s allegations of Garda corruption and attempts to frame him for the murder of Sophie Toscan du P(...)

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