High Court: Hospital directed to proceed with intensive chemotherapy for a five-year-old boy with cancer
The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly, has determined that a hospital can proceed with intensive curative intent treatment recommended by the consultant oncologist in charge of treating a five-year-old boy with very high-risk neuroblastoma.
High Court in Ireland — 24 October 2019
Court of Appeal: Man who complained of 'establishment bias' fails to bring action against DPP and district judge
A man who complained of “widespread establishment bias” against him has lost an appeal against the refusal to grant him leave to bring judicial review proceedings against the Director of Public Prosecutions and a District Court judge.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 23 October 2019
A man who was given a custodial sentence of three-and-a-half years for burglarising an elderly man's home, during which he said “it’s alright Sir, I’m a Garda”, has lost an appeal against the severity of his sentence.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 22 October 2019
A man who was found guilty of raping his wife has had his custodial sentence increased from three years to five-and-a-half years' imprisonment in the Court of Appeal.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 21 October 2019
A 29-year-old man has been sentenced to 12 years' imprisonment for the murder of a 55-year-old man who he described as being “kind to everyone” and someone who would “give you his last penny if he had it”.
Crown Court in Northern Ireland — 18 October 2019
A district judge who raised concerns about budget cuts qualifies as a worker for the purposes of legislation protecting whistleblowers, justices in the Supreme Court have ruled.
UK Supreme Court in United Kingdom — 17 October 2019
Court of Appeal: Issue of liability must be reheard in case of man awarded over €100k for slipping on his porch
The issue of liability in a personal injuries case against Sligo County Council has been directed for rehearing in the High Court.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 17 October 2019
High Court: Cork County Council refused application to direct property arbitrator to state a case on jurisdiction
The High Court has refused an application made by Cork County Council in which it sought an order to direct a property arbitrator to state a case regarding his jurisdiction.
High Court in Ireland — 16 October 2019
High Court: Council granted permanent injunction against couple trespassing on abandoned housing estate
Clare County Council has been granted a permanent injunction restraining a couple and their family from trespassing on a housing estate where they had previously held a tenancy.
High Court in Ireland — 14 October 2019
The Minister for Health has lost his application to have proceedings challenging proposed new pharmacy rules split into two separate hearings.
High Court in Ireland — 11 October 2019
Coolmore Stud has been granted an order striking out a defamation claim brought by a former employee who wrote a book about the famous thoroughbred farm after he retired in 2015.
High Court in Ireland — 10 October 2019
Workplace Relations Commission: Bank manager who complained of 'men's club' at organisation awarded €7,500
A line manager at a bank has been awarded €7,500 in compensation for the organisation’s failure to properly address a formal grievance she raised about being undermined in her ability to manage a new employee.
Workplace Relations Commission in Ireland — 9 October 2019
Workplace Relations Commission: Psychiatrist awarded €4,000 for being penalised after making a protected disclosure
A consultant psychiatrist has been awarded €4,000 after it was found that he was penalised for making a protected disclosure about the clinical performance of a colleague.
Workplace Relations Commission in Ireland — 8 October 2019
Workplace Relations Commission: Man loses discrimination case against a gym with room for 'ladies use only'
A man who brought a case to the Workplace Relations Commission seeking redress for discrimination on the grounds of gender has had his complaint dismissed.
Workplace Relations Commission in Ireland — 7 October 2019
An EU citizen minor has “sufficient resources” not to become an unreasonable burden on the social assistance system of the host member state even if their resources are derived from income obtained from unlawful employment, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has ruled.
CJEU in Europe — 4 October 2019