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File photo of Peter Darragh Quinn who has been ordered to pay $188m dollars damages to Irish Bank Resolution Corporation. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Peter Darragh Quinn, a nephew of bankrupt businessman Sean Quinn, has been ordered to pay $188m dollars damages to Irish Bank Resolution Corpor(...)

The irony of it all is that , after losing their son to medical errors and mismanagement, and enduring sub-standard treatment as his relatives,(...)

The High Court has awarded a former garda compensation after his nose was broken during an arrest.

A former garda whose nose was broken in a head-butting incident by a man he had taken into custody has been awarded €27,400 by the High Court. (...)

 Minister for Justice Alan Shatter: “As these vacation arrangements have existed since at least the 19th century, my reference to them should not be seen in any way as a criticism of our judiciary but I do believe it is legitimate to ask questions in today’s world.” Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has broached the possibility of shortening court vacations, asking whether “in this day and age” it is approp(...)

Ian Bailey at the High Court yesterday. He has always protested his innocence and denied any involvement in the death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Photograph: Collins Courts

A High Court judge said there were “very disturbing” and “unusual matters” relating to the Garda investigation into the murder of Ms Sophie Tos(...)

Connemara Mining, whose executive chairman is John Teeling, had opposed a winding-up petition brought by UK mining finance company Trampus. Photograph: Frank Miller

The High Court has rejected a bid to wind up a mining company headed by businessman John Teeling over claims the firm was insolvent. Conn(...)

The Clipper Faith,  detained at Dublin Port since March with 17 crew unpaid since last year

A High Court judge has expressed concern for the 17-member crew of a cargo ship detained in Dublin Port since last March who have not been paid(...)

Ms Justice Mary Laffoy yesterday granted a temporary injunction restraining Philip Cahill reducing assets below a value of US$600,000. Photograph: Alan Betson

An Irish oil company has secured interim High Court orders freezing the assets of one of its directors over allegedly diverting profits and all(...)

Karen Fitzpatrick (centre), Sarah Morrissey (left) and Lynn Kelly model clothes by Monsoon Accessorize. Photograph: Eric Luke

Women’s clothing and accessories chain Monsoon Accessorize has been granted further High Court protection from creditors until June 12th. (...)

Evan Stack, of Gorey, Co Wexford: claimed the electric golf cart was defective because the brakes locked as he was driving down an incline near the eighth tee. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man who suffered injuries after a golf buggy driven by him toppled over, trapping his leg, has lost his High Court action. Evan Stack (...)

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