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# High Court

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# Strand Road
Dublin City Council to appeal High Court's rejection of Sandymount cycle path plans
The High Court last month upheld a legal challenge against a trial of the cycleway.
# beep test
Garda secures injunction preventing Commissioner from ending his career
The garda was told that, due to his failure to pass a physical test, his services were being dispensed with.
# Strand Road
High Court upholds challenge against cycle path trial in Sandymount
The trial would see the provision of a two-way separated cycle track along the Strand Road.
# High Court
Deaf child brings High Court action over lack of Irish Sign Language teacher at school
It is claimed that the lack of supports may have left him years behind his potential.
# Philomena Lee
Mother and Baby Home cases to be heard by High Court in November
Philomena Lee and Mary Harney are among the women taking legal action against the State.
# Judicial review
Mother and Baby Homes: Two test cases to be heard by High Court later this year
The cases, being brought by Philomena Lee and Mary Harney, will be heard in late October or November.
The cases, being brought by Philomena Lee and Mary Harney, will be heard in late October or November, Órla Ryan reports
A third test case, involving Mari Steed, may also proceed at a later date
Eight women are seeking judicial reviews of the Commission of Investigation's final report
Mother and Baby Homes: Three test cases could be used as survivors seek judicial review
# High Court
Defamation cases against Dana Rosemary Scallon struck out
The judge said he will deal with an application from Scallon for the costs of the strike out application to be paid by TV3 at a later date.
# High Court
Challenge brought over State's refusal to hold inquiry into Covid-19 deaths in nursing homes
Most of the applicants had a relative who is recorded as having died from covid19 while in a care home in Ireland.
# Omagh
Judge to deliver ruling on public inquiry into Omagh bombing
In 2013, campaigners launched legal action in an attempt to force an inquiry into the bombing.
# High Court
Judgement reserved on watchdog's application for disputed John Delaney documents
The judge said she would do her best to give judgement as soon as possible.
# High Court
Mother and Baby Homes: Three test cases could be used as survivors seek judicial review
Eight women are taking legal action against the State.
# Derry
Halt to Soldier F's Bloody Sunday prosecution to be delayed pending challenge
The veteran has been facing charges of murdering James Wray and William McKinney on Bloody Sunday.
# High Court
Disclosure of alleged sexual impropriety would have 'devastating effect' on teacher, court told
The teacher has brought a High Court challenge over the Garda vetting bureau’s decision to disclose the details to the Teaching Council.
# Good Friday Agreement
Belfast court rejects unionists' legal challenge against the Northern Ireland Protocol
This included an argument that the Northern Ireland Protocol breached the Good Friday Agreement.
# High Court
HSE secures orders to get details of those who downloaded cyber attack information
The orders were secured against Chronicle Security Ireland Ltd and its US-based parent Chronicle LLC.
# action settled
Couple who settled wrongful termination case to send formal letter to Health Minister
The couple requested a meeting with Stephen Donnelly to “ensure this never ever happens again”, solicitor Caoimhe Haughey said yesterday.
# fatal foetal abnormality
Couple who settled High Court actions in wrongful termination case want meeting with Health Minister
Rebecca Price and Patrick Kiely’s son would have turned two years old this summer.
# Challenge
Man accused of Kevin Lunney abduction takes High Court case over time limits regarding judicial reviews
The man has previously brought judicial review proceedings challenging the Special Criminal Court’s jurisdiction to hear his trial.
# Philomena Lee
Mother and Baby Homes: High Court challenges over Commission report may first move forward with test case
Eight women are taking legal challenges over the Mother and Baby Homes report.
# Challenge
Challenge brought over decision not to proceed with Waterford halting site
The council voted against the plans last March.
# High Court
Wagatha Christie case: Mediation fails between Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy
The High Court in London today heard claims about Vardy’s relationship with The Sun newspaper.
# Bord na Móna
Court quashes permission for proposed Longford windfarm, the joint-tallest structure in Ireland
Environmentalist Peter Sweetman brought the challenge against the proposed windfarm.
# High Court
Mother and Baby Homes: State argues that Philomena Lee and others taking legal action aren't recognisable in report
A number of survivors are seeking judicial reviews of the Commission of Investigation’s final report.
A number of survivors are seeking judicial reviews of the Commission of Investigation's final report
The Government is set to argue that Lee and others taking legal action are not identifiable in the final report, Órla Ryan reports
It will also stress the fact that, although set up by the Government, the Commission acted independently
'Rape' and 'incest' listed as 'current relationship status' options on Commission form
'I am fuming, it's so disrespectful': Survivors react to commissioners' refusal to appear before Oireachtas
# Co Galway
Retired member of religious order seeks to block his trial on child sex abuse charges
The man is facing four charges of sexual assault made against him on dates between 1966 and 1969.
# Anne Casey
High Court awards €1.25m settlement over woman's death in maternity hospital
Anne Casey died after a cardiac arrest in Cork University Maternity Hospital in 2012.
# High Court
Joe Brolly launches defamation proceedings against RTÉ
The High Court action was issued yesterday.
# mask challenge
Student seeks court order allowing him to sit Leaving Cert without having to wear a mask
The student has brought the proceedings through his mother.
# High Court
Dr Christian Jessen ordered to pay £125,000 to Arlene Foster for defamatory tweet
First Minister of Northern Ireland and outgoing DUP leader Arlene Foster had sued the celebrity medic for defamation.
# High Court
HSE obtains court order allowing doctors to carry out c-section on prisoner with mental illness
The woman is in the final stages of her pregnancy and is due to give birth soon, the court heard.
# High Court
Galway restaurant claims they were defamed by Deliveroo
The claim is made by Gastro Grub Limited, trading under ‘Tuco’s Taqueria’ located at Upper Abbeygate Street, Galway since 2015.
# High Court
Portakabin seeks court order to find person behind Gmail account who allegedly defamed company
The case was heard in the High Court today.
# Courts
HSE sued by company that failed to secure €12m contract to provide air ambulance services
The action has been taken by Sere Holdings Ltd.
# Courts
Ex-Bothar CEO 'stole' money donated to charity over 21-year period, High Court hears
The matter will return before the court next month.
# NI Protocol
Northern Ireland has been 'partly annexed by EU' and now like the 'Vichy regime', Belfast High Court hears
Unionist politicians have taken a judicial review into the workings of the Northern Ireland Protocol.
# High Court
Judge approves PIA that will see woman (54) making mortgage repayments until she is 90
It is being regarded as an important test case in the area of personal insolvency.
# High Court
Judge to receive report next week concerning documents seized from FAI by ODCE
Many of the documents at issue relate to the FAI’s former CEO John Delaney.
# The O'Rahilly
Challenge over proposed apartments on site of former home of 1916 leader opens in High Court
The site includes the demolished former home of the 1916 Rising leader Michael Joseph O’Rahilly.
Criminal Assets Bureau take possession of house in Killarney raid as part of investigation into bogus home repair gang
Operation Tarmac began in 2016 and ended today with the seizure of the home.
# High Court
Charlotte Mulhall granted permission to bring action aimed at securing transfer back to Mountjoy
She claims that arising out of the transfer to Limerick, close family, based in Dublin, were unable to visit her.
# High Court
Judge says RTÉ's decision not to release information about its climate change coverage must be revisited
The ruling was made in the High Court today.