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# High Court

Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Wikileaks' Julian Assange wins right to fight US extradition
This month
May 2024
Conor McGregor accused of 'playing ducks and drakes' with High Court over assault claim
High Court rules order banning military from protest against defence cuts was unconstitutional
Broadcaster Paul Byrne and Virgin Media agree to mediate dispute over disciplinary proceedings
Burke told by Sunday Independent editor it's evident he could have 'annoyed' other prisoners
Last month
April 2024
Man whose surrender to Scotland was refused last year to be extradited after new request
Enoch Burke's defamation case against Sunday Independent publisher to be heard next week
High Court approves order for CAB to confiscate three homes from major Dublin drug dealer
Broadcaster Paul Byrne sues Virgin Media over disciplinary process and suspension from work
Fake ad data Tánaiste obtained from Google through court order being 'forensically analysed'
March 2024
Woman challenges decision to grant planning permission for telecommunications mast in West Cork
Court permits hospital to give blood transfusion to Jehovah's Witness patient in ICU
Scuffles in court as Enoch Burke sent back to prison again for failing to purge contempt
Mother of child with serious medical conditions has care allowance refusal quashed at High Court
Protest at Kildare site where State plans to house Ukrainians has 'de-escalated', court told
Protests hamper works at Kildare site where hundreds of Ukrainians are due to be accommodated
A company constructing facilities in Naas, Co Kildare for families fleeing war secured a temporary order restraining protesters from blocking entrances.
February 2024
Builder gets injunction against protesters blocking site for emergency Ukrainian accommodation
Enoch Burke still receiving teacher's salary while in Mountjoy Prison, court hears
Several Burke family members excluded from next weeks court review of Enoch Burke's contempt
Judge orders Gemma O'Doherty to come before High Court over order not to harass mother whose son who died by suicide
Aircraft leasing executive claims €200k bonus withheld from him in working from home row with employer
Galway University Hospital accepts failings in care of 49-year-old woman who died of breast cancer
High Court quashes SIPO decision to refuse The Ditch access to Leo Varadkar’s donation statement
Ryanair apologises to man who was wrongly banned from flying with the airline
Regulator seized thousands of records during surprise search of Eircom's offices last summer
High Court action brought by senior Irish-based X employee against company is settled
January 2024
HSE apologises to boy whose throat was corroded by button battery after delay in ordering X-ray
During this nine-day delay, the battery corroded Aaron Sikorski’s throat and he had to undergo surgery, the High Court heard.
Reddit takes Ireland's media regulator to court in bid to overturn online safety designation
The website was named on a list of ten designated video sharing platforms last week by Coimisiún na Meán.
Reddit Inc is seeking to overturn Coimisiún na Meán's attempt to place the website on a designated list of video sharing platforms.
The company, which is represented by legal firm A&L Goodbody, has filed for a judicial review against the media watchdog.
Teenage girl with disabilities was held in a dark hospital room for almost 60 days
Claim by Martin 'The Viper' Foley and wife over seizure of goods from home struck out
Senior Irish-based X employee seeks to sue Elon Musk for defamation over tweet he sent
Extradition warrant issued for former League of Ireland player for allegedly injuring opponent
Extradition warrant issued for former League of Ireland player for allegedly injuring opponent
Last year
Court lifts stay on order requiring alleged trespassers to vacate Dublin properties
Prisoner claims that solitary confinement is preventing him getting proper medical treatment
High Court approves €1.9 million settlement in case of woman who died hours after giving birth
Somali-born fugitive fighting his extradition to Sweden refused bail by High Court
Micheál Martin resolves court action with Google over what he says are fake and damaging ads
Enoch Burke to remain in Mountjoy after again refusing to stay away from Westmeath school
New Planning and Environment division of the High Court established