The42 uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Click here to find out more »
Dublin: 3 °C Tuesday 9 February, 2016

#High Court

# high-court - Thursday 25 April, 2013

From TheJournal.ie The Evening Fix… now with added perfectly timed photos Need To Know

The Evening Fix… now with added perfectly timed photos

Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today…

From TheJournal.ie Couple take fight to High Court to get daughter back from China Immigration

Couple take fight to High Court to get daughter back from China

Three-year-old Jiayi Shao has been in China since 2009.

From TheJournal.ie EU’s top court says Ireland must pay Waterford Crystal pensions Pensions

EU’s top court says Ireland must pay Waterford Crystal pensions

Ten workers win a major case at the European Court of Justice, which says Ireland is responsible for stepping in.

From TheJournal.ie Supreme Court to deliver verdict in ‘right to die’ case next week Marie Fleming

Supreme Court to deliver verdict in ‘right to die’ case next week

The court will deliver a verdict in the case of Marie Fleming who is seeking to overturn the ban on assisted suicide.

From TheJournal.ie Hillsborough families to attend pre-inquest hearing today Hillsborough

Hillsborough families to attend pre-inquest hearing today

The pre-inquest hearing at London’s High Court is likely to set a date and location for the full inquests into the death of 96 people at Sheffield’s Hillsborough stadium 24 years ago.

# high-court - Friday 5 April, 2013

From TheJournal.ie US court orders wider access for morning after pill regardless of age Morning After Pill

US court orders wider access for morning after pill regardless of age

The judge ruled that current restrictions requiring teens to obtain a prescription were “politically motivated” and “scientifically unjustified”.

# high-court - Tuesday 2 April, 2013

From Business ETC B&Q Athlone store to remain open after negotiation on lease terms Athlone

B&Q Athlone store to remain open after negotiation on lease terms

The store currently employs 45 people and will remain open subject to a successful outcome to examinership.

# high-court - Friday 29 March, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Video: Pakistani lawyer throws shoe at Musharraf in court Protest

Video: Pakistani lawyer throws shoe at Musharraf in court

The shoe was thrown at the ex-dictator as he walked to a courtroom to extend his bail on charges of conspiracy to murder and sacking judges.

# high-court - Monday 25 March, 2013

From Business ETC In landmark decision, court says Bewley’s Grafton Street rent should fall Upward Only Rent Reviews

In landmark decision, court says Bewley’s Grafton Street rent should fall

A court today ruling could have far-reaching implications for upward only rent reviews that commercial businesses have been lobbying to have abolished.

# high-court - Friday 22 March, 2013

Date set for Pistorius bail appeal in South African court

The athlete is set to learn his fate in relation to the decision on March 28.

# high-court - Wednesday 20 March, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Two found liable in Omagh bomb civil retrial Omagh

Two found liable in Omagh bomb civil retrial

The retrial found Seamus Daly and Colm Murphy liable on the grounds of trespass to the person.

# high-court - Monday 18 March, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Insurer ordered to pay costs in data breach case Data Protection

Insurer ordered to pay costs in data breach case

A High Court judgement is being hailed as a landmark ruling which makes businesses legally liable for data protection breaches.

# high-court - Thursday 7 March, 2013

From Business ETC Interim examiner appointed to ‘Sunday Business Post’ newspaper Newspapers

Interim examiner appointed to ‘Sunday Business Post’ newspaper

Mick McAteer of Grant Thornton is tasked with finding a viable business plan for the paper, which employs 76 people.

# high-court - Tuesday 5 March, 2013

From TheJournal.ie High Court to issue ruling in landmark surrogacy case Courts

High Court to issue ruling in landmark surrogacy case

The parents of twins born to a surrogate mother believe only the genetic mother should appear on their birth certificates.

# high-court - Friday 1 March, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Nevin loses challenge against murder conviction’s inclusion in civil case Courts

Nevin loses challenge against murder conviction’s inclusion in civil case

Catherine Nevin fails in a bid to have her murder conviction ruled inadmissible in a case over her husband’s estate.

# high-court - Wednesday 27 February, 2013

From TheJournal.ie NAMA loses High Court appeal over environmental information requests Courts

NAMA loses High Court appeal over environmental information requests

The High Court finds that NAMA has a legal requirement to respond to requests for environmental data from the public.

From TheJournal.ie Legal challenge to bring abortion guidelines to Northern Ireland Abortion

Legal challenge to bring abortion guidelines to Northern Ireland

The Family Planning Association (FPA) has been fighting for 11 years to provide instructions to doctors.

# high-court - Tuesday 26 February, 2013

From TheJournal.ie ‘Right-to-die’ appeal to be heard by Supreme Court today Courts

‘Right-to-die’ appeal to be heard by Supreme Court today

Marie Fleming, who has multiple sclerosis, wants to overturn the laws which make it a criminal offence to help someone take their own life.

# high-court - Tuesday 19 February, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Ireland’s judges incur €1.67 million in expenses for 2012

Ireland’s judges incur €1.67 million in expenses for 2012

Most of the expenses, which are down 42 per cent on 2008, were incurred in travel and subsistence.

# high-court - Wednesday 13 February, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Victims launch legal action against BBC and Jimmy Savile’s estate Sexual Abuse

Victims launch legal action against BBC and Jimmy Savile’s estate

Lawyers for 31 of the alleged victims of sexual abuse say they have taken the first steps in what could be a major legal action.

# high-court - Thursday 7 February, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Legality of promissory note to be challenged in the Supreme Court today Promissory Notes

Legality of promissory note to be challenged in the Supreme Court today

David Hall’s legal challenge to the €3.06 billion Anglo promissory note was dismissed by the High Court last week but he intends to appeal to the Supreme Court this morning despite the overnight developments.

# high-court - Wednesday 6 February, 2013

From Business ETC Exiting examinership: 25 jobs saved at Wexford Viking Glass Ltd Good News

Exiting examinership: 25 jobs saved at Wexford Viking Glass Ltd

The company, which has been trading for 75 years, entered examinership last October.

# high-court - Friday 1 February, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Woman who gave birth after sterilisation awarded €100,000 in damages High Court

Woman who gave birth after sterilisation awarded €100,000 in damages

Karen Hurley gave birth to a baby boy with a fatal illness following her failed steriliation procedure.

# high-court - Thursday 31 January, 2013

From Business ETC Examiner appointed to B&Q Ireland Examiner

Examiner appointed to B&Q Ireland

The company said they have been impacted by the recession and in particular by the decline in consumer spending in the housing sector.

From TheJournal.ie Challenge to promissory notes dismissed, court says TD could bring case Promissory Notes

Challenge to promissory notes dismissed, court says TD could bring case

The Dublin businessman David Hall had taken a case against the State arguing that the issuing of the €31 billion promissory notes to the former Anglo Irish Bank is illegal as there was no Dáil vote.

# high-court - Wednesday 16 January, 2013

From TheJournal.ie Column: Legal clarity needed after Marie Fleming ‘right to die’ verdict Opinion

Column: Legal clarity needed after Marie Fleming ‘right to die’ verdict

By not ordering the DPP to issue guidelines on factors which would influence a prosecution for carrying out an assisted suicide, Marie Fleming and others in her situation have been left in legal limbo, writes Dr Eimear Spain.

From TheJournal.ie ‘Right to die’ challenge to go to the Supreme Court Assisted Suicide

‘Right to die’ challenge to go to the Supreme Court

Marie Fleming, who has multiple sclerosis, is to take her court case to the Supreme Court after she lost a High Court case on the ban on assisted suicide.

# high-court - Thursday 10 January, 2013

From TheJournal.ie High Court rejects MS sufferer’s challenge in ‘right to die’ case Courts

High Court rejects MS sufferer’s challenge in ‘right to die’ case

Marie Fleming, who suffers from terminal multiple sclerosis, fails in her attempt to have suicide laws declared unconstitutional.

From TheJournal.ie High Court to deliver landmark verdict on assisted suicide today Assisted Suicide

High Court to deliver landmark verdict on assisted suicide today

MS sufferer Marie Fleming has challenged Ireland’s ban on assisted suicide, saying she faces a long and “horrible death” if not allowed to die on her own terms.

# high-court - Monday 24 December, 2012

From Business ETC Chevron Training successfully exits examinership Examinership

Chevron Training successfully exits examinership

The company’s 15 jobs have now been saved as it has secured two new contracts for 2013.

# high-court - Friday 14 December, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Court to rule on assisted suicide case on 10 January Marie Fleming

Court to rule on assisted suicide case on 10 January

Marie Fleming, who has MS, is challenging criminal law on the issue of it being an offence to help a person take their own life.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Friday 9 At 9

The 9 at 9: Friday

Good morning! Every day TheJournal.ie brings you the nine things you need to know as you kick off your day.

# high-court - Wednesday 12 December, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Gardaí arrest two men over double murder in NI six years ago Armagh

Gardaí arrest two men over double murder in NI six years ago

The men are due before the High Court in connection with the death of Thomas O’Hare and Lisa McClatchey in Co Armagh.

# high-court - Tuesday 11 December, 2012

From Business ETC Court registered judgements against debtors top €1 billion in 2012 Debt

Court registered judgements against debtors top €1 billion in 2012

The value of judgements against commercial debtros increased by 554 per cent to almost €293 million.

# high-court - Saturday 1 December, 2012

From Business ETC Facebook ordered to remove sex offender monitoring page Facebook

Facebook ordered to remove sex offender monitoring page

Facebook was given 72 hours to take down the original page which contained a photo and comments about a convicted sex offender.

# high-court - Friday 30 November, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Former Anglo Irish Bank to sue auditors who will ‘vigorously defend’ case Anglo

Former Anglo Irish Bank to sue auditors who will ‘vigorously defend’ case

Ernst & Young is being sued over its involvement in the auditing of the former Anglo Irish Bank prior to it being nationalised nearly four years ago.

# high-court - Wednesday 28 November, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Pringle could face substantial legal costs after European court loss Pringle

Pringle could face substantial legal costs after European court loss

The independent TD said that if the court decides he’s liable for a six figure sum he does not have the cash in hand to pay.

From TheJournal.ie Louis Walsh ‘completely vindicated’ by Sun publisher’s €500k settlement Settled This post contains videos

Louis Walsh ‘completely vindicated’ by Sun publisher’s €500k settlement

The High Court was told this morning that the pop manager’s High Court defamation case against Newsgroup had been settled.

# high-court - Monday 26 November, 2012

From Business ETC Court to hear petition to wind up Dunnes Stores next month Winding Up

Court to hear petition to wind up Dunnes Stores next month

Up to 18,000 jobs are potentially in jeopardy as a result of the action.

# high-court - Friday 23 November, 2012

From TheJournal.ie Engineer challenges legality of renewable energy plan in High Court Environment

Engineer challenges legality of renewable energy plan in High Court

Pat Swords claims the public have been denied their legal right to participate in planning and funding decisions for green energy projects.