The High Court judge said she was    prepared to quash the man’s conviction  for holding a mobile phone while driving for which he  received a €300 fine and five penalty points. Photograph: iStock

A High Court judge has concluded that a section of the Road Traffic Act concerning fixed charge notices is unconstitutional. The section prevented a(...)

The Irish speaking minority sometimes faces “surprising intolerance” towards its rights “from quarters usually more respectful of minority rights”, said  Ms Justice Una Ní Raifeartaigh in a written judgment. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/THE IRISH TIMES

The High Court has ruled the State has a constitutional duty to make “reasonable efforts” to assign a bilingual judge in a criminal trial as requested(...)

A 75-year-old man jailed for raping his granddaughter is to be assessed to determine whether he was fit to be tried at the time of his trial more than(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien had claimed statements made after he got injunctions against RTÉ on April 30th, 2015, amounted to ‘unwarranted interference’. Photograph: Collins

The Supreme Court has unanimously dismissed Denis O’Brien’s appeal over statements made by two TDs in the Dáil about his banking affairs. Any interfe(...)

Ryanair claims Vola committed the alleged wrongs by using information obtained or ‘scraped’ from the Ryanair website.

An online travel agent in Romania has lost a pre-trial bid to prevent Ryanair suing it in the courts here over alleged “screen-scraping” of informatio(...)

The situations can lead to a child being influenced into believing one parent is all good while the other is all bad. Photograph: Fairfax Media via Getty Images

The handover of the little boy was to happen beside Santa’s grotto in Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin at 5.30pm. The father was to have two hours un(...)

The bank argued, once there was default on the mortgage, the security became immediately enforceable. Photograph: iStock

A bank was entitled to appoint a receiver to take possession of the Diep Le Shaker restaurant on Dublin’s Pembroke Lane over default on a €1.16 millio(...)

The ICA has urged Ms Justice Una Ní Raifeartaigh to dismiss Patricia Madden’s action and says it has put a set of proposals that, it says, would allow its members decided on the issues raised.

A judge has reserved judgment on proceedings brought over the conduct of elections for the national executive of the Irish Country Women’s Association(...)

Patricia Madden of the ICA pictured at the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

A legal action over the conduct of elections for the Irish Country Women’s Association’s national executive has been fixed for hearing next week after(...)

As part of the settlement, consultants will receive corrected remuneration. Photograph: Thinkstock

Hospital consultant doctors are to get a pay increase following the settlement of their breach of contract claims against the Health Service Executive(...)

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