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#High Court

# high-court - Friday 18 October, 2019

Pilots union seeks High Court order preventing Ryanair from progressing legal action

Ryanair brought proceedings against the union over a planned 48-hour strike last August.

# high-court - Wednesday 16 October, 2019

High Court clears way for trial of man accused of sexually abusing relative over 50 years ago to proceed

The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, had sought to halt his prosecution from proceeding.

Woman at centre of Miss D case 'forever traumatised' over trip to England to have induced birth

The teen was in the care of the HSE at the time and won a High Court case allowing her to travel for an abortion.

# high-court - Tuesday 15 October, 2019

High Court judge makes orders for residents to vacate three Dublin properties described as 'firetraps'

Dublin City Council inspections had revealed that the three properties are in very poor repair.

# high-court - Monday 14 October, 2019

From The42 South Africa international Etzebeth takes rights watchdog to High Court over racism case High Court

South Africa international Etzebeth takes rights watchdog to High Court over racism case

The 27-year-old Springbok is accused of using racist slurs against four men.

# high-court - Thursday 10 October, 2019

Former general election candidate attempts citizens arrest on High Court judge, solicitor and barrister

Manning was before the court regarding judicial review proceedings he had brought.

# high-court - Wednesday 9 October, 2019

Dublin City Council denies paying money to convicted criminal and launches its own investigation CAB

Dublin City Council denies paying money to convicted criminal and launches its own investigation

One of the companies that hired the two men was building houses for Dublin City Council.

High Court proceedings taken by Dublin residents against children's hospital building firm

The residents claimed their homes were damaged as a result of construction works.

Three building firms paid protection money to drug dealer, court hears

One of the companies that hired the two men was building houses for Dublin City Council.

# high-court - Tuesday 8 October, 2019

Fast-track hearing for appeal of landmark citizenship case which created legal limbo for thousands

Citizenship ceremonies previously scheduled for September and December 2019 have been “postponed pending further notice”

# high-court - Monday 7 October, 2019

Reserve garda awarded €50k for injuries sustained chasing man who drove stolen jeep onto bonfire

Garda Sean White suffered a serious leg injury as he ducked to avoid a punch in 2013.

'He should be with us today': HSE settles case with family of jockey Jack Tyner

The 19-year-old jockey died at Cork University Hospital in 2011.

# high-court - Thursday 3 October, 2019

High Court in Belfast rules Northern Ireland abortion law breaches human rights

Legislation decriminalising abortion may be introduced this month if the Stormont executive doesn’t resume.

# high-court - Friday 27 September, 2019

High Court rules woman weighing 4.5 stone and refusing to eat may be fed through nasal tube to keep her alive HSE

High Court rules woman weighing 4.5 stone and refusing to eat may be fed through nasal tube to keep her alive

The woman, who is in her thirties, presented at a hospital in recent days very malnourished.

# high-court - Wednesday 25 September, 2019

High Court quashes decision compelling school to re-enroll boy (8) who assaulted teacher with hurl

The boy in question has special needs and is on the autism spectrum.

# high-court - Tuesday 24 September, 2019

Mediation breaks down in Claddagh ring family dispute, High Court hears

The row involves brothers Andrew and Philip Fried, who are shareholders of Claddagh Jewellers.

Residents at Dublin properties wish to remain despite being ordered to vacate over fire safety concerns

The judge ruled that the orders previously granted by the High Court are to remain in place.

# high-court - Monday 23 September, 2019

High Court confirms appointment of examiner to water firm Celtic Pure

The company was at the centre of recent product recalls.

# high-court - Friday 20 September, 2019

High Court writes off over €6 million in debt owed by retired garda and his wife

A lump sum of over €40,000 from family members will go towards the funding of the arrangements.

# high-court - Thursday 19 September, 2019

Teen placed in 'unsafe' and 'unsuitable' hostel has been moved to new location, court told

The case will be mentioned before the High Court in October.

Seriously ill woman with eating disorder opposes being made ward of court

Earlier this week, the High Court made orders allowing the HSE to take steps aimed at saving the woman’s life.

Activists lose case against government over its climate change plan

The court will issue its full written decision tomorrow.

# high-court - Wednesday 18 September, 2019

Freddie Thompson has started school in Portlaoise Prison, hearing over 'severe' jail conditions told

Thompson has brought a High Court challenge to conditions in the prison.

# high-court - Tuesday 17 September, 2019

Court grants HSE order allowing it to take steps aimed at saving life of woman with eating disorder

She is described as being currently very underweight with a dangerously low Body Mass Index (BMI).

Cardinal George Pell lodges new appeal against convictions for child sex abuse

Pell is currently serving a six-year sentence for sexually assaulting two choirboys in the 1990s.

# high-court - Monday 16 September, 2019

Teenager who claims she was sexually assaulted brings court action aimed at getting safe place to reside

The girl has been the subject of interim care orders and had been placed in foster homes.

# high-court - Friday 13 September, 2019

Pet food maker secures permanent injunction against protester blockades

C&D Pet Foods claimed that for several days protestors physically obstructed its plant’s entrance, in support of farmers.

Palestinian politician to pursue defamation case against Facebook in Irish High Court

Mohammed Dahlan’s lawyers have moved their focus from England to Ireland.

# high-court - Thursday 12 September, 2019

Hospital seeks to have seriously ill child made ward of court so he can undergo treatment

The court heard the child’s father is opposed to the boy undergoing the severe course of treatment.

# high-court - Wednesday 11 September, 2019

Brother of Veronica Guerin takes defamation action against Gemma O'Doherty

Court papers for the proceedings were filed on Monday.

# high-court - Monday 9 September, 2019

Dozens say they are now homeless after court extends orders to vacate 'potential fire traps'

Last week the High Court granted Dublin City Council temporary injunctions requiring the residents to immediately vacate the properties.

# high-court - Thursday 5 September, 2019

Over 40 residents ordered to immediately vacate Dublin flats over fire safety concerns

If a fire started in any of the three buildings it would “spread very quickly”, the High Court was told.

Judge dismisses case of woman who claims she was coerced into giving her baby up for adoption

The woman, who gave birth when she was 16 years of age, also claimed the AAI had failed to ensure that she was in a position to give informed consent.

Landmark High Court challenge against State over peat regulations opens before High Court

The action has been taken by the environmental group Friends of the Irish Environment.

# high-court - Wednesday 4 September, 2019

Councillor secretly filmed by RTÉ loses court bid to block SIPO inquiry

Justice Garrett Simons said he was satisfied “to dismiss the application in its entirety.”

# high-court - Tuesday 3 September, 2019

Dawn Meats granted leave to serve committal to prison notices against 18 protesters

The company said it has photographs of previous notice of court orders being ripped from pole.

TD told he has no right to speak on behalf of beef farmers in High Court

Peadar Tóibín tried to make representations in the ongoing Liffey Meats case.

# high-court - Friday 30 August, 2019

A no-deal Brexit will plunge Northern Ireland into turmoil, Belfast court hears

A legal bid to reverse a suspension of parliament has been launched in the North.

# high-court - Thursday 29 August, 2019

Interim examiner appointed to water firm at centre of product recall controversy

Celtic Pure was at the centre of product recalls over arsenic levels.

High Court issues injunction against beef farmers protesting factories

Liffey Meats is the fifth beef processing plant owner to obtain an injunction against protestors.

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