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#High Court

# high-court - Today’s News

HSE called before High Court to explain discharge of woman now living in 'appalling circumstances'

The solicitor says it appears the woman was discharged from hospital without any consideration of her needs and is now effectively homeless.

# high-court - Yesterday’s News

High Court places construction firm involved in building of social housing into examinership

Co Kildare based MDY Construction Ltd is currently involved in six projects.

# high-court - Wednesday 19 September, 2018

Former Garda Commissioner wants to bring defamation action against newspaper

Noirin O’Sullivan claims she was defamed by the Cork-based Irish Examiner newspaper.

# high-court - Tuesday 18 September, 2018

High Court grants orders requiring protesters to end occupation of Dublin property

The injunctions are to remain in place until the case has been finalised.

Ruth Morrissey case could take double the time of previous CervicalCheck cases

The mother-of-one has said smear tests carried out in 2009 and 2012 were wrongly reported as normal.

# high-court - Monday 17 September, 2018

Investigation into councillor who asked for 'loads of money' won't hear from undercover RTÉ reporter

An SIPO hearing into Hugh McElvaney’s alleged breach of the ethics of public office heard the reporter was “no doubt attractive”.

# high-court - Tuesday 11 September, 2018

Protesters chant 'let them go' as activists arrested after eviction at occupied Dublin property

Activists had been defying a court order to remain in the building for a number of weeks.

# high-court - Friday 7 September, 2018

High Court rules detention of woman with dementia whose son threatened to kill her is lawful

The court previously heard that the woman’s son had been secretly recorded threatening and verbally abusing her.

# high-court - Thursday 6 September, 2018

High Court quashes Harris's call for inquiry at National Maternity Hospital following patient death

Mr Justice Charles Meenan said it was irrational and unreasonable for the minister to direct such an investigation.

# high-court - Tuesday 4 September, 2018

Inspectors to be appointed to investigate INM, High Court rules

The State’s corporate watchdog had first sought to appoint inspectors to Independent News and Media in March.

High noon at the High Court as judge to rule on appointing inspectors to investigate INM

The State’s corporate watchdog will finally learn if it can appoint inspectors to Independent News and Media this afternoon.

# high-court - Saturday 1 September, 2018

High Court challenge brought over halting site for Travellers displaced by new Dublin Airport runway

An environmental and planning company claims the site does not comply with Fingal County Council’s development plan.

# high-court - Thursday 30 August, 2018

High Court rules that woman weighing five stone and refusing food in HSE care may be force-fed

The court heard that the woman has a long history of anorexia nervosa.

# high-court - Tuesday 28 August, 2018

High Court orders occupiers of house in Dublin's north inner city to vacate by 2pm tomorrow

The court heard that the people involved are believed to have previously been in occupation of a property at Summerhill Parade.

High Court remands man (23) in custody wanted by US authorities on fatal road crash charges

Samuel Joseph Tucker was arrested by gardaí in Cork yesterday evening.

Mother leaves prison after purging contempt in €1m property repossession case

The woman, whose teenage children had resided at the property, was jailed by the High Court on 27 April.

# high-court - Monday 27 August, 2018

School launches High Court challenge over decision requiring it to enrol boy with autism

The student involved cannot be identified for legal reasons.

Teacher who allegedly called student a 'little b***h' wins appeal to challenge dealing of complaint

The High Court ruled Pierce Dillion was not entitled to a judicial review against Catholic University School in 2016.

# high-court - Wednesday 22 August, 2018

High Court dismisses case to prevent Drew Harris becoming next Garda Commissioner

Belfast based researcher Ciaran MacAirt had asked the High Court to judicially review the Irish Government’s decision to appoint Harris.

Civil servant fighting compulsory retirement at 65 takes case to the High Court

Legislation set to extend the compulsory retirement age will arrive too late for George McLoughlin.

# high-court - Tuesday 21 August, 2018

Judge to decide tomorrow if challenge to new Garda Commissioner's appointment will go ahead

The State, represented by Remy Farrell SC, has opposed the application, and argues MacAirt’s action is “unstateable and novel” and should be dismissed.

# high-court - Friday 17 August, 2018

Court of Appeal to rule later this month on woman's challenge to Eighth Referendum result

On 25 May, 1,429,981 people voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment.

# high-court - Thursday 16 August, 2018

Beaten candidate of Dublin-based association for Igbo people takes challenge to the High Court

Counsel claimed 18 people were stopped from voting.

High Court orders occupiers of house in Dublin's north inner city to vacate by 8am tomorrow

The judge granted injunctions requiring persons unknown to vacate and cease trespassing at one of seven properties owned by a pension plan.

# high-court - Tuesday 14 August, 2018

# high-court - Monday 13 August, 2018

Man was secretly recorded threatening and verbally abusing his mother, court told

The HSE was told by the High Court that it can keep an elderly woman at a nursing home.

# high-court - Thursday 9 August, 2018

Man in non-secure facility sexually assaulted other vulnerable adults, court told

The HSE has been permitted to detain the man in a supervised facility following the accusations.

Jonathan Hutch is suing TV3 over its news coverage of gangland trial

He is the brother of Gareth Hutch who was murdered in 2016.

# high-court - Wednesday 8 August, 2018

Judge dismisses claim that Patrick Hutch's detention at Cloverhill Prison is unlawful

Hutch is accused of murdering David Byrne in Dublin in 2016.

Thalidomide group welcomes right to discover State documents in 'mother of all battles'

26 people are attempting to bring forward compensation claims against the drug’s manufacturers and others.

# high-court - Tuesday 7 August, 2018

Man loses bid to leave nursing home, is made ward of court

An advocacy group representing the man said he has lost “his rights as a citizen”.

# high-court - Monday 6 August, 2018

Wicklow widow suing 'those with an interest in' fishing boat after husband drowned without life jacket

Fisherman Lenny Hughes drowned after falling from the Arklow-based boat Kerri Heather in November 2016.

# high-court - Thursday 2 August, 2018

Teacher accused of sexual impropriety against student goes to High Court to stop garda vetting notification

The student was 19-years-old at the time of the allegations.

# high-court - Tuesday 31 July, 2018

Thalidomide makers didn't adequately respond to 'absolute tragedy unfolding in front of them', court hears

26 people are attempting to bring forward compensation claims against the drug’s manufacturers and others.

# high-court - Monday 30 July, 2018

Taoiseach says he 'should have been clearer' over CervicalCheck court comments

Varadkar promised in May that pending cases over the ongoing scandal would be be dealt with through mediation.

# high-court - Sunday 29 July, 2018

How many mortgage holders were taken to the High Court by banks so far this year?

The numbers are down on recent years but there still has been almost 300 cases initiated in the High Court.

# high-court - Thursday 26 July, 2018

'You hear your daughter say 'mammy, please don't die'... It's heartbreaking'

Ruth Morrissey has taken a case against the HSE along with her husband, Paul, claiming smear tests were incorrectly reported.

Emma Mhic Mhathúna receives extra portion of settlement to purchase Dublin home close to treatment

A Dublin home would mean the mother wouldn’t have to travel to and from Kerry for her cancer treatment.

# high-court - Wednesday 25 July, 2018

Four female lecturers at NUIG promoted after settling gender discrimination case

The proceedings were taken after the four claimed they were overlooked for promotions between 2008 and 2009.

# high-court - Tuesday 24 July, 2018

Judgement reserved in extradition challenge by Algerian man accused of terror

The State has opposed the application.

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