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#High Court

# high-court - Yesterday’s News

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# high-court - Tuesday 15 December, 2015

Garda who ‘lost her ambition’ after vicious assault awarded €75,000

Garda Claire Sheehan underwent surgery after suffering a broken nose during the 2007 attack.

# high-court - Friday 11 December, 2015

From Business ETC Clerys operators used “ponzi scheme” to pay concession holders, court told Courts

Clerys operators used “ponzi scheme” to pay concession holders, court told

Details of how businessmen and women working within Clery’s were paid were revealed in court today.

# high-court - Wednesday 9 December, 2015

This ousted Fine Gael TD is taking his own party to court next week

Fine Gael’s John Perry’s High Court action against his own party will go ahead next week.

# high-court - Tuesday 8 December, 2015

Thomas McFeely ‘fails to give address and disclose assets’ in bankruptcy proceedings

The High Court has heard that the developer did not provide his place of residence or disclose his interest in “significant assets”.

# high-court - Monday 30 November, 2015

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

# high-court - Thursday 26 November, 2015

Woman awarded €30,000 after being told “just do the f**king job”

The woman claimed she had been asked to do “illegal tasks”.

# high-court - Tuesday 10 November, 2015

There’s been a very important court ruling for anyone being pursued for debt by a bank

The judgment means a person who is being pursued by a bank for a debt is entitled to make full representations to the court.

# high-court - Friday 30 October, 2015

High Court increases compensation to Hepatitis C victim by €70,000

The woman in question developed “life destroying” side effects after undergoing treatment to deal with her infection.

# high-court - Tuesday 20 October, 2015

Privacy watchdog ordered to investigate how Facebook uses your data

The Data Protection Commissioner has been told to investigate Facebook’s transfer of data to the US.

# high-court - Friday 16 October, 2015

The government just avoided a €360 million payout over taxis

Three men have lost their High Court case.

# high-court - Wednesday 14 October, 2015

Denis O’Brien claims in court that an Irish firm is involved in a conspiracy against him

He has taken action against consulting firm Red Flag.

# high-court - Friday 2 October, 2015

Mother: ‘I would rather my daughter dies at home than give her insulin’

The High Court has ordered that a diabetic teenager be given insulin in spite of her mother’s stance.

High Court directs Twitter to reveal info on anonymous user

A man who appeared in an RTÉ Prime Time programme earlier this year claims he was defamed by the user.

# high-court - Thursday 1 October, 2015

Man wanted over UK sex attack arrested in Donegal

David Thomas Gaynor has been remanded in custody by the High Court.

# high-court - Wednesday 30 September, 2015

Man wanted over death of his landlord agrees to be extradited from Ireland

Police in the UK had been trying to find David Ellis since his landlord disappeared at the end of last July.

# high-court - Thursday 24 September, 2015

Mother who says her daughter was injured during “muddled” delivery loses case

The woman claimed there was excessive traction used in the delivery.

# high-court - Wednesday 23 September, 2015

Garda challenges his dismissal for stealing €600 from social club

Garda Wayne Hoban claims the Commissioner’s decision was unfair and seeks to quash the decision to dismiss him.

That late (late) legal challenge against same-sex marriage has been thrown out

Gerry Walshe had launched a series of appeals against the referendum result, the last of which was thrown out of court today.

Postman sacked for allegedly re-posting mail he was supposed to deliver

The man refutes the allegations.

# high-court - Tuesday 22 September, 2015

Mother claims authorities only let her spend an hour with her son every fortnight

The woman is currently challenging the decision to reduce her access facilities.

# high-court - Monday 21 September, 2015

Judge rules failed breathalyser test void as results were provided in English only

The failed test “is not evidence at all and cannot be admitted,” said Judge Seamus Noonan.

# high-court - Thursday 17 September, 2015

Bankers whose building society got a €5.4 billion bailout claim an investigation is “unconstitutional”

Irish Nationwide was folded into IBRC after its bailout.

# high-court - Friday 11 September, 2015

Inquest into death of shooting victim put on hold as family seek garda file

The family had previously been refused access to the Garda investigation file.

# high-court - Thursday 10 September, 2015

Child (6) deemed by school to be “an unacceptable risk” to other students will be let reapply

The school had earlier been told to enrol him. The board will now consider a new application.

# high-court - Wednesday 9 September, 2015

Man arrested after gardaí got DNA from coffee cup challenges detention

Francis Lanigan had been granted bail last December pending the outcome of his extradition case.

Doctors told to give lifesaving treatment to teenage girl who’s refusing to eat

The High Court was told today that the girl, who’s under 16, stopped taking any food or drink around a week ago.

# high-court - Tuesday 8 September, 2015

Michael Fingleton is taking on the Central Bank

He’s trying to stop it from conducting an inquiry into alleged regulatory breaches.

# high-court - Monday 7 September, 2015

Lots of people want to buy troubled Kerry Spring Water

A provisional liquidator was appointed to the company after it was dropped by Dunnes Stores.

# high-court - Friday 4 September, 2015

Men occupy Wexford pub after receivers take over

The men may have a High Court order placed against them.

# high-court - Wednesday 2 September, 2015

McElhinneys fashion store could be saved

The well-known occasion-wear shop employs 29 people in Meath.

Ex-junior minister Ivor Callely will not have to go back to prison

It was confirmed yesterday that the former minister will not have to go back to jail for six days to serve out the remainder of his sentence.

# high-court - Tuesday 1 September, 2015

Former bank employee given ‘breathing space’ to help save family home of 20 years

The house was meant to be repossessed at 1pm today.

# high-court - Monday 31 August, 2015

Children detained in special care unit forced to urinate on floor

One young person who spoke to inspectors described not being allowed access to a toilet as ‘disgusting’.

# high-court - Saturday 29 August, 2015

Seven more months: Seán FitzPatrick has succeeded in getting his trial pushed back

He had been due to go on trial for 27 offences in October. It’ll now happen in May.

# high-court - Wednesday 29 July, 2015

This 23-year-old student is challenging Ireland’s gay blood donation ban

But why is the ban still in place and on what grounds is it being challenged?

# high-court - Monday 27 July, 2015

High Court decision clears the UK Times to launch its Irish edition (finally)

Times Newspapers London today won a ruling in the High Court against the Irish Times which says they are entitled to launch an Irish edition of their UK brand.

# high-court - Friday 24 July, 2015

# high-court - Wednesday 22 July, 2015

Family of girl who suffered cerebral palsy at birth: ‘Hospital apology is utterly meaningless’

The High Court approved a €1.9 million settlement today.

# high-court - Tuesday 21 July, 2015

Justice Minister asked to consider early release of Ivor Callely again

He has been on bail since the legal challenge was launched.

# high-court - Tuesday 14 July, 2015

US seeks extradition of Wicklow man over black market ‘Silk Road’ website

The 27-year-old is wanted for trial by US authorities on charges of conspiracy to distribute narcotics and conspiracy to commit money laundering.