The recent High Court decision reflects concerns that nationalism and populism are becoming a systemic threat to the rule of law in some EU countries
The 73-year-old, who cited financial necessity as a reason for his desire to return to practice, is pursuing a Supreme Court appeal against a recent decision directing him to pay the Bar Council’s legal defence bill
Deming Gao, a naturalised Irish citizen who is originally from China, has brought a legal challenge claiming his illness was unlawfully reclassified from a work-related illness to an ordinary illness
The sixth week of the Belfast rugby rape trial saw the cross-examination of the accused, and analysis of the WhatsApp messages the young men sent to each other the morning after the party
At the trial in Belfast last week, Blane McIlroy’s evidence varied widely from that of the alleged victim - and from that of Paddy Jackson
Galway developer Brian Cunningham has failed to overturn a judge’s decision to impose “puniti...
Cerberus offshoot Promontoria Gem wrongfully abandoned a deal with builder Declan O’Mahony without warning last August because 'it was greedy for more profit', the High Court concluded
In a recent submission to the Personal Injuries Commission, the professional body warned that the extent to which whiplash has been monetised in the legal system has 'driven inappropriate sick role behaviour'
The fourth week of the Belfast rugby rape trial saw the recordings of police interviews with two of the accused played in court
A Dublin wine merchant has successfully challenged a €2.1 million Revenue bill relating to miss...