Judgments

A delay in a minister responding to prisoner’s petition was an inexcusable breach of his rights. Egan vs Governor of Wheatfield Prison (2014) IEHC 613(...)

Key cases in brief

  A stay on the execution of judgment is granted to prevent damage to company and its employees. Murphy vs Kent IEHC 468 (High Court, Kell(...)

Judgments: key cases in brief

Clare-based engineer had standing to challenge administrative policy of Laois County Council. Duffy v Laois County Council [2014]IEHC 469 (High Court,(...)

Judgments: key cases in brief

Genetic mother not entitled to be registered as mother of twins born to surrogate. In re MR; MR v. An tArd- Chláraitheoir [2014]IESC 60 (Supreme Court(...)

Solicitor guilty of misconduct in attempting to cover up earlier mistake Kean v. Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal [2014]IEHC 432 (High Court, Kearns P(...)

Judgments: key cases in brief

Courts could not direct the level of services provided within prison system Clarke v. Health Service Executive [2014]IEHC 419 (High Court, Birmingham (...)

Stay on planning decision did not prevent enforcement action Marine Terminals Limited -v- Dublin City Council [2014]IEHC 294 (High Court, Peart J, May(...)

Social media savvy: The Irish legal world seems to have taken to online life like barristers to a tribunal. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Whether they are tweeters, blawgers or both, the Irish legal world seems to have taken to online life like barristers to a tribunal.There are a myriad(...)

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