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An estimated 1,000 pubs and restaurants are potentially affected by a key High Court judgment on Friday on the sums that insurer FBD must pay to four pubs who won test cases over compensation for business interruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

An estimated 1,000 pubs and restaurants are potentially affected by a key High Court judgment on Friday on the sums that insurer FBD must pay to four (...)

Judge Martin Nolan said he was satisfied that the man never intended to harm the child but that he behaved with recklessness in relation to his partner

An application by the State to jail a man for assaulting his baby daughter has been rejected by the Court of Appeal. The man was given a six-month pr(...)

Lisa Smith, from Dundalk, Co Louth, at the Special Criminal Court on Thursday where her trial continues. Photograph: Collins Courts

Former Defence Forces member Lisa Smith, who denies membership of Islamic State, was “indoctrinated and told what to think and did what she did becaus(...)

The judge found that while the delay to the decade-old proceedings was inordinate,  the balance of justice “just about” favoured not dismissing the case. Phograph: iStock

The High Court has refused to strike out a case against a company over its installation of allegedly ineffective eco-heating and ventilation systems i(...)

In 2019, Clonmel succeeded in a High Court counterclaim against MSD in a dispute between the two over the rights to a drug. Photograph: iStock

The Court of Appeal (CoA) has dismissed appeals involving Irish pharmaceutical manufacturer Clonmel Healthcare and international giant Merck Sharp and(...)

Speaking outside court, Caroline Kavanagh said she was “happy he [John Giltrap]has lost the appeal”.

A woman who was raped 20 times by her sister’s partner when she was a schoolgirl has told of her relief after her tormentor’s appeal against his convi(...)

The court dismissed an appeal by Sean O’Brien (62) because of a 26-year delay in prosecuting the case.

The Court of Appeal (CoA) has rejected a legal action of a prison officer who claimed a bullet narrowly missed him when a firearm was discharged by an(...)

Judge Paul Kelly granted bail subject to conditions

A 15-year-old boy has been barred from using Dart trains after gardaí charged him with a spate of robberies at south Dublin stations. The teenager, w(...)

The court heard  it would have been pretty horrific and frightening for Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, TD.

A Limerick man has pleaded guilty to harassing a Fine Gael TD. Gerard Culhane (43) of Marian Place, Glin, Co Limerick, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circu(...)

Trevor Green (72) leaving court after receiving a suspended sentence.  Photograph: Collins Courts

A pensioner told gardaí that he stabbed his neighbour because the man had been harassing his elderly partner for years. Trevor Green (72) said that h(...)

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