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The applicants seek an order compelling the Minister  and the State to provide the children with an adequate and appropriate education. Image: iStock

Several legal challenges brought over the Government’s decision not to reopen schools for pupils with special education needs are expected to get an u(...)

Ryanair planes seen grounded at Dublin Airport during Level 5 Covid-19 lockdown. Photograph: Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary’s claim that all passengers who have requested a refund as result of Covid-19 cancellations have been refunded(...)

The court heard Ciaran  O’Neill  did his best to deal with and repay his creditors, but was unable to keep up with his repayment commitments.

The High Court has approved a Personal Insolvency Arrangement (PIA) allowing a Co Wicklow-based construction manager to write off almost €3 million in(...)

Two Energia projects planned to be built by 2030, one in the North Celtic Sea and the other in the South Irish Sea, have been ranked third and fourth on the priority list. Photograph: iStock

A company planning two offshore wind energy projects costing €4 billion has claimed that delays created by a new system of prioritising applications f(...)

The company was purportedly formed to carry out real estate transactions in Spain’s Costa del Sol, the court heard. Photograph: iStock

A High Court judge has ordered the winding up of an Irish registered luxury property investment firm and said it was being used for “improper purposes(...)

Bloxham stockbrokers collapsed in 2012. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

An appeal court ruling means a solicitors’ insurer can pursue its application for judgment for €4.9 million allegedly outstanding under a 2011 settlem(...)

The three-judge Court of Appeal upheld the Revenue argument. Photograph: iStock

The Revenue Commissioners has won an appeal concerning the ability to interfere with its entitlement to raise income tax assessments of some €536,000 (...)

The court was told on Friday that an estimated  two-hour procedure lasted almost seven. File photograph: Getty

South Tipperary General Hospital has apologised at the High Court over failings in its care of a man who went in for a two-hour procedure which lasted(...)

Mr Justice John Jordan said time and expedition ‘should be measured in weeks and months – and not in years”.

A High Court judge has criticised a nine-year delay by the Adoption Authority of Ireland in making adoption orders for four Indian children living her(...)

The court heard the issue was extremely important Declan Ganley. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A challenge brought by businessman Declan Ganley over Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions on religious services has been adjourned at the High Court to earl(...)

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