Court was told fencing was ripped down, locks were cut and a horse was impounded
Justice Michael Twomey ruled that patient outcomes at the north Dublin hospital must take priority over a dispute about the procurement process
Lawyer Tweed served writ days before one-year limit
Millions in damages sought arising from alleged pyrite damage in a dozen boom-time developments in the greater Dublin area
The communications expert lodged High Court proceedings in the past week after a public parting of ways with the firm over fees, five years ago
Fiona Doyle's case caused a storm in 2013 when her father Patrick O'Brien was handed down a lenient three-year jail sentence
Three prosecutions deemed unlawful after motorists restrained ‘without justification'
The High Court will convene for a special sitting next month to address the alleged “ulterior m...