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#High Court

# high-court - Today’s News


# high-court - Tuesday 12 May, 2015

Counting the cost: Ian Bailey ordered to pay up to €5 million for legal action

A decision on costs in his failed action against the State will be made today.

# high-court - Friday 1 May, 2015

‘Devastating’: 74-year-old woman loses symphysiotomy case

Campaigners for survivors of the procedure say this is “symptomatic of the ongoing absence of effective remedies” for other women in her situation.

# high-court - Thursday 30 April, 2015

Denis O’Brien wants an injunction to stop RTÉ airing a story about him

The matter will come before the High Court again tomorrow.

# high-court - Wednesday 15 April, 2015

Battle for Gorse Hill: Brian O’Donnell has been ordered to leave the Killiney mansion

Brian and Mary Patricia O’Brien have been given two weeks to leave.

‘Everyone is happy’: Kilkenny bridge case settles out of court

Protesters mounted demonstrations against the multi-million euro project in the medieval city.

# high-court - Monday 30 March, 2015

Ian Bailey “very disappointed” after losing his case against the State

He alleged he was unfairly targeted as a suspect in the Sophie Toscan du Plantier case.

From ‘she-devil’ to free woman, the story of Amanda Knox

She said, “The knowledge of my innocence has given me strength in the darkest times of this ordeal.”

# high-court - Friday 27 March, 2015

Amanda Knox murder conviction overturned in Italian high court

She and her ex-boyfriend Raffaelle Sollecito both had their convictions overturned.

# high-court - Wednesday 11 March, 2015

From The42 Paul Gascoigne tells court hacking ‘ruined my life’ Anger

Paul Gascoigne tells court hacking ‘ruined my life’

MGN publishes the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People national tabloids.

# high-court - Wednesday 4 March, 2015

No movement at Killiney mansion despite 4pm deadline

Receivers nailed a court order to the gates of his family home yesterday evening.

# high-court - Thursday 19 February, 2015

Repossession order over €1.4m struck out, but unlikely to impact majority of cases

The Irish Mortgage Holders Organisation said the case was a unique and unusal one.

# high-court - Tuesday 17 February, 2015

From The42 Ex-Tottenham player who suffered brain damage could be awarded €9m Negligence

Ex-Tottenham player who suffered brain damage could be awarded €9m

Radwan Hamed won a high court case against the Premier League club yesterday.

# high-court - Friday 6 February, 2015

Waste company disappointed it can’t pick up rival’s old bins

An injunction was yesterday granted to prevent Greenstar from collecting Panda Waste’s bins.

# high-court - Wednesday 4 February, 2015

On the 19th: Legal dispute between Rory McIlroy and Horizon settled out of court

No details have been released about the size of the settlement, though.

Why was Alan Shatter given information about Garda investigation before other TDs? Letters Of Note This post contains videos

Why was Alan Shatter given information about Garda investigation before other TDs?

Yesterday the Department of the Taoiseach released a series of letters between it and the former justice minister’s lawyers.

# high-court - Tuesday 3 February, 2015

Rory McIlroy is going nowhere yet as both sides push court talks into tomorrow

The hearing will resume at 11am after both sides try to solve the dispute.

No line on the Horizon: How Ireland’s biggest sports star has ended up in the High Court

Rory McIlroy could face two weeks on the stand in the case which begins today.

# high-court - Friday 30 January, 2015

‘If mammy coughed or sneezed or took a fit of laughing she would wet herself’

The case currently being heard in the High Court is the first of its kind against a hospital.

‘I could no longer dance’: Survivor of symphysiotomy takes case against hospital

The woman is taking a case against the Coombe Hospital, which denies all charges.

# high-court - Tuesday 13 January, 2015

Ian Bailey remains a ‘person of interest’ in Du Plantier murder – Top garda tells court

Bailey’s case against the State has resumed after the Christmas break.

# high-court - Tuesday 6 January, 2015

SIPTU call for changes to upward-only rent reviews after closure of Bewley’s

The Café had a decision ruling for a reduction in their rent overturned last year.

# high-court - Monday 29 December, 2014

Funeral of woman taken off life support to take place today RIP

Funeral of woman taken off life support to take place today

The High Court ruled on St Stephen’s Day that doctors could withdraw life support for the woman.

# high-court - Saturday 27 December, 2014

‘The foetus is regarded as a citizen’: How world media reported yesterday’s High Court decision

Ireland’s abortion ban has been thrust back in to the international spotlight.

# high-court - Friday 26 December, 2014

Here’s What Happened Today: St Stephen’s Day

High Court decision on clinically dead pregnant woman, sales madness, and Liam Neeson fights the power.

Doctors told they can withdraw life support for clinically dead pregnant woman

The High Court made its judgement this afternoon.

# high-court - Wednesday 24 December, 2014

Court told ‘right to life of unborn’ greater than ‘right to dignity in death’

A ruling in the case of the pregnant woman who has been declared clinically dead will be made on 26 December.

Case of clinically dead pregnant woman back in the High Court today

Her family want to turn the woman’s life support off. Doctors said they were unsure whether they could, because of the 8th Amendment.

# high-court - Tuesday 23 December, 2014

The 5 at 5: Tuesday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

# high-court - Sunday 21 December, 2014

Parents ‘at a loss to understand’ why their children were taken into care

A judge failed to tell them the reasons for his “momentous decision.”

# high-court - Thursday 18 December, 2014

Biggest payout in the history of Ireland made to Cork boy brain damaged at birth

Gill Russell was awarded €13.5 million at the High Court today.

# high-court - Thursday 11 December, 2014

# high-court - Tuesday 2 December, 2014

The number of female judges has hit a record high

Exactly one third of judges in the country are women.

New evidence proves the UK tortured interned men during The Troubles, says Ireland

The State wants a European Court of Human Rights decision overturned.

# high-court - Wednesday 26 November, 2014

‘We said they can shove water meters up their arses, now they can shove concessions up their arses’

Justice Paul Gilligan said “The court cannot stand idly by while those who defy it go free”.

# high-court - Tuesday 25 November, 2014

Man wanted by US on terrorism charges brought before Dublin High Court

The Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission has been granted permission to appear as a friend to the court in the extradition proceedings.

# high-court - Monday 24 November, 2014

Court hears water meter installer called a resident a ‘Fenian b*****d’

Four men had been ordered not to break a 20-metre exclusion zone around Irish Water meter installers.

# high-court - Thursday 20 November, 2014

Galway man denied squatters’ rights after living in house for 16 years

This case is significant for other property owners who wish to protect their properties against adverse possession.

# high-court - Wednesday 19 November, 2014

Meter installer ‘kneed in face’ at protest

A group of water meter protesters accused of breaching an exclusion zone at sites were before the courts again today.

# high-court - Monday 17 November, 2014

Woman cleared of robbing and murdering a pensioner

Jennifer Toland has been cleared of charges relating to the murder and robbery of Bertie Acheson.