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# court battle

Last year
Court to decide over legality of three prominent Dublin street murals
The murals by the group Subset did not have the all-clear from the city’s planning department.
Novak Djokovic trains for Australian Open as threat of visa cancellation still looms
Television cameras filmed him from helicopters as he trained.
All time
Andy Murray wants Margaret Court Arena renamed over anti-gay views
The Grand Slam title record holder is now a controversial figure in the game.
Britney Spears asks court to block her father regaining control over her life and career
James Spears had held the role of conservator of her person for much of the last 12 years.
Gary Neville backs Manchester City to win appeal against ‘hopeless’ Uefa
City were given a two-year ban from Uefa club competitions on Friday.
Messi scores in EU court battle to trademark name
The Argentine star, the world’s highest earning footballer, rode out a challenge by a Spanish cycling gear manufacturer.
LA Clipper breaks his hand in fight just a month after signing €55 million contract
The forward won’t need surgery, but will have to rest his thumb for a month.
Twink battles home repossession as court hears she made no mortgage payments in five years
The bank claims it is owed €250,000 including €18,000 arrears.
Lindt has beaten Haribo in a bitter court battle over gummy bears
Haribo argued that Lindt’s bear-shaped chocolates infringed on their gummy bear.
Protesters 'forcibly' removed from Mayo repossession hearing
A video shows gardaí attempting to remove protesters from the County Registrar’s Court in Castlebar.
Gay marriage was legal in Utah for the weekend but a ban could return today
A statewide ban was ruled illegal but conservatives in favour of it are not giving in.
Locked-in syndrome sufferer Tony Nicklinson dies
Nicklinson had last week lost his legal case at the High Court in the UK to be allowed to end his life.
Supreme Court rejects Thomas Pringle challenge against ESM treaty
The Independent TD had challenged the ESM Treaty, arguing that it involved a loss of sovereignty for Ireland and needed a referendum.