A homeless man with inoperable cancer has been granted emergency accommodation in the High Court

A homeless member of the Roma community who has inoperable cancer and faced imminent discharge from hospital is to be provided with emergency accommod(...)

Prof Richard Conroy, who founded Conroy Gold and Natural Resources   in 1995. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A High Court action by a minority shareholder in a gold-mining company has been adjourned generally following discussions between the parties. Lawyer(...)

The debt at the centre of the winding up petition relates to a High Court judgment JEC obtained against IAL in 2011. That judgment arose from IAL’s supply to JEC of stone infill with excessive amounts of pyrite.

An application to wind up Irish Asphalt Ltd has opened before the High Court. James Elliott Construction has petitioned for appointment of a liquida(...)

 Robbie Sinnott, a member of the Blind Legal Alliance, complained he was effectively being deprived of his right to a secret ballot because he must ask a polling station presiding officer to complete his ballot paper. File photograph: David Sleator

The State has decided not to appeal a High Court declaration secured by a severely visually impaired man who sought to vote privately and without assi(...)

Kildare’s Brian Nolan (left) and Dublin’s Paul Curran during the 1993 football league. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

A former Kildare Gaelic footballer has been awarded €310,000 damages after a High Court judge found he was “grossly defamed” in two Sunday World artic(...)

Google argues it has not used the Team Drives term in a trademark sense. Photograph: AP

A German software company has asked the High Court for Europe-wide injunctions preventing alleged trademark infringement by internet giant Google. T(...)

Former Kildare Gaelic footballer Brian  Nolan  at Washington Street courthouse in Cork city. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Cork Courts

A judge has reserved judgment in the case of a former Kildare Gaelic footballer who is suing the Sunday World newspaper for defamation and breach of (...)

The Sunday World is being sued for defamation and invasion of privacy. File photograph: Getty Images

A former inter-county Gaelic footballer said he told a newspaper reporter that he would give him the names of others who attended a swingers’ party if(...)

The two families arrived in Greece around March 2016 seeking asylum having fled   Syria. They brought a case here in late 2016 against the EU, the European Council, Ireland and the Attorney General

Two Syrian families who took legal proceedings in Ireland aimed to stop them being sent to Turkey from Greece are now in their wished-for destination (...)

Lawrence Daniel O’Neill told the High Court that €169,000 he admits he owes to Adriano Fusco will be paid by Friday. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A US lawyer has told the High Court that a sum of €169,000 which he admits he owes to a businessman will be paid by Friday. Lawrence Daniel O’Neill h(...)

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