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# Court Action

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Minister for Education issues new court action against Western Building Systems
40 schools built by the firm have required remedial work to fix structural issues.
11 States are suing the White House over transgender bathroom use orders
The move led by Texas further escalates a national feud over an issue that has become a lightning rod.for separate groups.
Former minister Pat Carey to sue gardaí over leak of allegations
High Court proceedings were launched by the former Fianna Fáil TD late last week.
Fifa makes massive damages claim against officials involved in bribery scandals
Football’s governing body has accepted that World Cup votes were sold but wants compensation from those involved for ‘tarnishing its brand’.
Man loses action against nightclub because he was 'engaged in horseplay'
Gerald Grimes, 25, claimed to have suffered injuries to his knee after falling on wet floor in the toilet area of the club.
Ireland's ban on the purchase of sex will be challenged by a sex worker
Northern Ireland brought in new laws first and the Republic has followed.
"Bonkers" ... That's what Peter Robinson thinks of the 'gay marriage cake' row
An Antrim bakery firm is being taken to court over its refusal to bake a Bert & Ernie ‘pro-gay marriage’ cake.
HSE denies legal action taken to forcibly hydrate Miss Y, but is still reviewing what happened
Reports this morning claimed that Department of Health officials intervened in the case, objecting to the legal action being taken.
Fabregas awarded damages over fabricated interview
Remember a few days ago, when the midfielder said he didn’t think Arsenal had a title-winning future? About that…
Murdoch set to take the 'Sky' out of 'Skype'
The media Baron is suing Skype for trademark infringement.
Sunday World decsion deffered till October
Justice Nicholas Kearns said he won’t decide on the case till after the summer recess.