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# Legal Battle

Last month
June 2024
Cancer patients fighting Israeli government to avoid deportation to Gaza
Up to 40 people are affected and, to date, almost half have lodged petitions to stay in Israel and keep receiving medical care.
Lawyer Tamir Blank said patients who cannot receive the treatment or aftercare needed could end up in "a very dire condition"
Some people would have to return to refugee camps where the sanitation is poor and they may "not have access to even basic medical care"
All time
European Court of Human Rights refuses to postpone the withdrawal of UK boy’s life support
US Supreme Court to determine fate of Pissarro painting looted by Nazis
Liverpool win court battle with kit supplier New Balance, expected to announce Nike
Judge to rule next month on Ronan Ryan and Pamela Flood's battle to keep their home
Judge restores Uber's London licence for 15 months after it was revoked last September
Just 11 great Kesha songs to celebrate her comeback
Two men suing State over Air Corps chemical exposure say they have developed cancer
Disgraced AFL agent's tell-all book on schoolgirl incident gets green light
Court calls for incoming Chelsea boss to be handed suspended prison sentence
Punter wins legal battle against Dublin betting company
Couple stranded in Thailand with daughter as surrogate claims she didn't know they were gay
US woman who fled to avoid son's circumcision is arrested
The messy legal battle for who actually owns Oskar Schindler's lists
Irishman in Dubai to be deported for flicking his middle-finger at a motorist
HSE paid out over €255m on legal fees since 2005
Roddy Collins prepared to bring FAI to court over 'freedom of speech'
Samsung v Apple: the battle continues