Weeks after a clampdown on tweeting in court by laypeople, the actions of bona fide journalists have just scuttled two criminal trials
Approving a personal insolvency arrangement last week in the face of objections from AIB, Mr Justice Denis McDonald found that distressed borrowers with a chequered payment record had to be assessed 'in the round'
State seeks clarity from Europe on data rules following High Court victory for Graham Dwyer, whose conviction relied on phone records
The former singer received an estimated £150,000 from the Sunday World
The masters of the three Dublin maternity hospitals have warned Minister for Health Simon Harris that the health service is not prepared for the introduction of abortion services in January.
Warring parties represented 11,000 women in faulty breast implants suit
Senator is suing Iconic Media for defamation over article likening him to an 18th-century villain, published three weeks before general election
The Revenue Commissioners’ nominee has now been confirmed by the High Court
Barristers will say and do anything to get their clients acquitted - which is why we need legislation to change what is permitted in rape trials
The Conservative Party peer, who lives in Kensington, London, is locked in a legal battle with the trust over the €19 million sale of the 500-acre estate, which he bought in 1991