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#High Court

# high-court - Wednesday 28 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Hogan moves to plug Irish language gaps in Household Charge law Courts

Hogan moves to plug Irish language gaps in Household Charge law

An Irish edition of the legislation permitting the household charge, and the list of exempted ghost estates, have been produced.

# high-court - Monday 26 March, 2012

From Business ETC Businessman seeks judicial review of act related to promissory notes Promissory Notes

Businessman seeks judicial review of act related to promissory notes

Businessman David Hall is seeking a declaration that the part of the Credit Institutions Act under which the Minister for Finance can issue promissory notes be declared unconstitutional.

# high-court - Thursday 22 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Treasury Holdings “willing to engage” with proposals to secure its future High Court

Treasury Holdings “willing to engage” with proposals to secure its future

Treasury Holdings, owned by Richard Barrett and Johnny Ronan, was granted leave today to seek a judicial review against NAMA.

# high-court - Tuesday 20 March, 2012

From Business ETC McKillen accuses brothers of acting ‘unlawfully’ in London hotel takeover Hotels

McKillen accuses brothers of acting ‘unlawfully’ in London hotel takeover

Reclusive developer Paddy McKillen accuses the Barclay brothers of acting illegally to win control of a luxury London hotel chain.

# high-court - Monday 19 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Callely in legal action over newspaper reports of property ownership Courts

Callely in legal action over newspaper reports of property ownership

The former senator is seeking legal action against the publishers of the Irish Independent and the Irish Mail on Sunday.

# high-court - Friday 16 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Household Charge registrations pass 250,000 mark with two weeks to go Household Charge This post contains a poll

Household Charge registrations pass 250,000 mark with two weeks to go

As of yesterday evening, 251,458 properties had been registered – but that’s still less than a sixth of the liable households.

# high-court - Thursday 15 March, 2012

From Business ETC 95 jobs saved as pharmacy group emerges from examinership Jobswatch

95 jobs saved as pharmacy group emerges from examinership

Court protection will remain in place until 28 March.

# high-court - Wednesday 14 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie High Court gives leave for challenge to English-only household charge legislation As Gaeilge

High Court gives leave for challenge to English-only household charge legislation

The challenge will be brought by Fianna Fáil councillor and Gaeilgeoir Thomas Brabazon.

# high-court - Tuesday 6 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Report criticises separation of child from others at Dublin care unit Ballydowd

Report criticises separation of child from others at Dublin care unit

The Health Information and Quality Authority has published a report following an investigation of procedures at the Ballydowd Special Care Unit in Dublin.

# high-court - Friday 2 March, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Garda Ombudsman investigating Ian Bailey complaint – Shatter Ian Bailey

Garda Ombudsman investigating Ian Bailey complaint – Shatter

The Justice Minister has said that it is “clearly desirable” that the matters related to Ian Bailey be investigated.

Ryan Giggs loses damages claim against the Sun

A damages claim by Manchester United and Wales footballer against the Sun newspaper was thrown out by a British High Court judge today.

# high-court - Monday 20 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie High Court to hear arguments on reversing changes to college grants Courts

High Court to hear arguments on reversing changes to college grants

The High Court will hear arguments from students who say they had a legitimate expectation their grants would not be cut.

# high-court - Saturday 18 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Man suing NHS trust for ‘failure to diagnose penis cancer’ Penile Cancer

Man suing NHS trust for ‘failure to diagnose penis cancer’

A roofer says doctors should have diagnosed his condition while they were treating him for injuries received at work.

# high-court - Friday 17 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Government urged to legislate for X case, 20 years after court decision Abortion

Government urged to legislate for X case, 20 years after court decision

More than 50 groups, TDs, academics and NGOs have today called on the government to legislate for the right to abortion in Ireland when a woman’s life is in danger.

Here we go again: Portsmouth enter administration for the second time

The Championship club will now be deducted 10 points, putting them out of the drop zone on goal difference alone.

# high-court - Thursday 16 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Supreme Court to hear Priory Hall case in April Priory Hall

Supreme Court to hear Priory Hall case in April

Residents say they now have just two months to find a housing solution and avoid insolvency.

# high-court - Tuesday 14 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Quinns may face jail over alleged contempt of court Courts

Quinns may face jail over alleged contempt of court

The former Anglo Irish Bank has filed a motion seeking to have Sean Quinn and members of his family found in contempt of court.

# high-court - Monday 13 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie The Daily Fix: Monday Daily Fix This post contains videos

The Daily Fix: Monday

Catch up on the day’s biggest news – as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed…

# high-court - Friday 10 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Lowry loses High Court defamation appeal against Sam Smyth Courts

Lowry loses High Court defamation appeal against Sam Smyth

The High Court rejects Lowry’s claims that comments by Sam Smyth on TV and in print had defamed him.

# high-court - Wednesday 8 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie New Assistant Commissioners named as Gardaí promotions allowed Promotions

New Assistant Commissioners named as Gardaí promotions allowed

Gerard Philips and Dónall Ó Cualáin were both promoted from the rank of Chief Superintendent to Assistant Commissioner in yesterday’s reshuffle.

# high-court - Tuesday 7 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Hogan: ‘Inappropriate’ of me to meet with Priory Hall residents Priory Hall

Hogan: ‘Inappropriate’ of me to meet with Priory Hall residents

Phil Hogan says it’s his job to bring in the appropriate housing legislation, but the enforcement of those laws is not up to him.

# high-court - Friday 3 February, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Traveller loses legal case over right to attend local school Courts

Traveller loses legal case over right to attend local school

The teenager’s mother had argued that giving priority enrolment to sons of past pupils was indirect discrimination against Travellers.

# high-court - Friday 27 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie ECJ asked to rule on mandatory retention of phone and internet data Digital Rights

ECJ asked to rule on mandatory retention of phone and internet data

The High Court has asked the European Court of Justice to rule on how much communications data the State can retain.

# high-court - Thursday 26 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Thursday 9 At 9 This post contains videos

The 9 at 9: Thursday

Nine things to know this morning…

# high-court - Sunday 22 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Eoin McKeogh loses anonymity case against newspapers Courts

Eoin McKeogh loses anonymity case against newspapers

Student McKeogh had been named by newspapers in a dispute over an online video. He was not the person in the video.

# high-court - Monday 16 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie The 5 at 5: Monday Take 5

The 5 at 5: Monday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock…

From TheJournal.ie Court adjourns application for Priory Hall developer’s bankruptcy Bankruptcy

Court adjourns application for Priory Hall developer’s bankruptcy

The High Court adjourns an application making Thomas McFeely bankrupt in Ireland, so that his UK bankruptcy can be challenged.

From TheJournal.ie Seán Quinn declared bankrupt at the High Court in Dublin Quinn

Seán Quinn declared bankrupt at the High Court in Dublin

Once Ireland’s richest man, Seán Quinn has now been declared bankrupt in Ireland by the High Court in Dublin.

# high-court - Friday 13 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Bingo hall’s rights confirmed in court battle with gardaí Rock Bingo

Bingo hall’s rights confirmed in court battle with gardaí

A High Court judge said that gardaí must allow Rock Bingo to operate in accordance with the law.

# high-court - Thursday 12 January, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Callely win could land taxpayer with €500k legal bill Expenses

Callely win could land taxpayer with €500k legal bill

The Public Accounts Committee is told that Ivor Callely’s legal fees for his Supreme Court challenge could reach hundreds of thousands.

# high-court - Thursday 29 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Rock Bingo declared “lawful”, will open on New Year’s Day Rock Bingo

Rock Bingo declared “lawful”, will open on New Year’s Day

The bingo hall in Togher, Cork, had been closed following a garda raid in November. The High Court has declared the operation to be lawful and it will open on new year’s day.

# high-court - Friday 16 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Quinn’s wife ordered to repay €3m to Anglo Courts

Quinn’s wife ordered to repay €3m to Anglo

Patricia Quinn said she did not possess any knowledge of business matters, despite being a director of over 90 companies.

# high-court - Friday 9 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie High Court orders closure of Seamus O’Connell’s Cork restaurant Food Safety

High Court orders closure of Seamus O’Connell’s Cork restaurant

The owner of the high-profile Ivory Tower had been ignoring a closure order from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland – so the authority took him to court today.

# high-court - Monday 5 December, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Assange wins right to further appeal extradition to Sweden Assange

Assange wins right to further appeal extradition to Sweden

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange can appeal his extradition to Sweden over sex crimes allegations.

# high-court - Saturday 26 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ reshuffle sees Miriam’s husband heading up current affairs RTÉ

RTÉ reshuffle sees Miriam’s husband heading up current affairs

Steve Carson will act as editor of current affairs at the national broadcaster while inquiries into a Prime Time Investigates programme are carried out.

# high-court - Thursday 24 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Priory Hall residents concerned over Supreme Court appeal Priory Hall

Priory Hall residents concerned over Supreme Court appeal

Evacuees are worried that if Dublin City Council’s appeal is successful, they will be forced further into financial strife – and may even have to default on their mortgages.

# high-court - Tuesday 22 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Court to rule on whether Anglo can still sue bankrupt Quinn Courts

Court to rule on whether Anglo can still sue bankrupt Quinn

The Commercial Court will decide tomorrow on whether IBRC, formerly known as Anglo, can still seek a judgment against Sean Quinn.

# high-court - Sunday 20 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie Occupy Dame Street protesters warned of legal action Occupy Dame Street

Occupy Dame Street protesters warned of legal action

The protest group says they have been advised that the Central Bank will seek a High Court injunction against their encampment tomorrow.

# high-court - Thursday 17 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie RTÉ apology to priest in High Court “a wake-up call” Courts

RTÉ apology to priest in High Court “a wake-up call”

Association of Catholic Priests founder calls Prime Time Investigates accusations against Fr Kevin Reynolds “vile and appalling” as RTÉ apologises and pays undisclosed damages.

# high-court - Friday 11 November, 2011

From TheJournal.ie City council to appeal Priory Hall court order Courts

City council to appeal Priory Hall court order

Dublin City Council is to appeal an order forcing it to pay for alternative accommodation for the residents of the Priory Hall complex.