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An action taken by the parents of a newborn baby who died ‘gasping for breath’ over a 13-hour period after doctors withdrew care has been opened before the High Court. Photograph: Getty Images

An action taken by the parents of a newborn baby who died “gasping for breath” over a 13-hour period after doctors withdrew care has been opened befor(...)

The High Court heard the defendant had been employed in a senior role by the group since 2009 after it acquired a company co-owned by him. Photograph: iStock

A digital services provider has launched High Court proceedings seeking the return of confidential information it claims was wrongfully taken by a for(...)

The judge at the High Court heard that Lisa Flanagan accepts that following an incident at work with a senior colleague she claims had been bullying her she used intemperate language, became upset, emotional, and threatened to quit. Photograph: iStock

A woman who admits telling a senior male colleague she claims has bullied her to “shove his job up his ass” has brought a High Court action to stop th(...)

The action was dismissed by the judge who said it was ‘a collateral attack’ on a decision made by the council in 2017 to introduce the traffic measures. File photograph: Getty

A Tralee fish shop and restaurant has lost a High Court challenge against Kerry County Council’s decision to reintroduce traffic calming measures in t(...)

A healthcare recruiter is entitled to summary judgment of €749,000 over non-payment by FirstCare nursing homes for relief staff provided over nearly two years, the Court of Appeal ruled.

A healthcare recruiter is entitled to summary judgment of some €749,000 over non-payment by the owner of five nursing homes for relief staff provided (...)

Kanuka told gardai she was afraid of the man and that when she became more fully aware of what she was involved in she had attempted to cancel her bank cards.

A vulnerable young woman who was in a coercive relationship when her bank details were used in an invoice redirection fraud has avoided a jail term fo(...)

The action has been brought by Galway Sightseeing Tour Company Ltd which the court heard wants to be allowed to collect and drop off its passengers from a location on Merchants Road in Galway

The owner of a Galway-based sightseeing tour bus company has brought a High Court challenge over not being allowed to operate a roadside stop away fr(...)

Three more challenges to the Meath County Development Plan have been admitted to the High Court’s fast-track commercial division, bringing the number of challenges to five.

Three more challenges to the Meath County Development Plan have been admitted to the High Court’s fast-track commercial division. It brings to five t(...)

The two accused were charged with unlawfully possessing and importing cocaine and having it for sale or supply. Photograph: Collins Courts

Two people have been remanded in custody after airport customs officers intercepted a case containing cocaine valued at €740,000. Jefferson Pedrucci (...)

Liability was not conceded and there was a full defence to the claim.

A girl who fell out of a miniature “Santa train” on her way to visit a festive grotto has settled her High Court action against the operators for €192(...)

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