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Flavia and Ralmon De Souza leaving court  after a medical negligence action. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Midland Regional Hospital in Portlaoise has apologised at the High Court to the parents of an eight-year-old boy who died some 18 hours aft(...)

 Mr Justice Gerard Hogan:  reserved judgment

There is no justification for paying the chief executives of two VECs a €12,500 a year allowance “in perpetuity” to administer the student tran(...)

The Supreme Court: last year, it made judgments in 202 appeal cases, more than double the number of such cases heard in the US.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Supreme Court is creaking under the weight of a society whose demands are more onerous and more complex than when the institution was desig(...)

The Cabinet today approved the proposal by Minister for Justice Alan Shatter to increase the size of the Supreme Court from eight judges to 10. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

Two new judges will be appointed to the Supreme Court under a Government plan aimed at cutting a long backlog of cases at the court. The(...)

B&Q Ireland sought the appointment of an examiner on January in a bid to rescue the business which was significantly loss-making. Photograph: Reuters/Luke MacGregor

DIY chain B&Q Ireland has exited examinership today, saving over 600 jobs. The High Court earlier approved an investment plan for th(...)

Ryanair has lost a claim it should be refunded €770,700 in VAT for professional services related to its unsuccessful 2006 bid to take over Aer (...)

A Goldman Sachs trader

The British Inland Revenue unlawfully agreed a deal with Goldman Sachs nearly three years ago which let bankers escape (...)

Breifne O’Brien. Photograph: Collins Courts

The High Court will give judgment later this month on an application by businessman Breifne O’Brien aimed at permanently blocking his trial for(...)

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter: introduced the legislation. Photograph: Alan Betson

Legislation to repair a gap in the law linked to house repossessions has been described as “unpalatable but necessary”. (...)

 Mr Justice Michael Peart

A couple who employed a builder to build an extension to the back of their Dublin city home but ended up with “a mess” that will have to be kno(...)

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