The High Court has refused the surrender of Ian Bailey pursuant to a French EAW.
High Court in Ireland — 14 October 2020
The Court of Appeal has ruled that the co-founder of Bula Mine, who failed in his bankruptcy appeal, must pay costs.
Court of Appeal in Ireland — 13 October 2020
The Collector-General of the Revenue Commissioners has been successful in a case for the recovery of €1.7 million in VAT due and owing against a man who sought discovery of the documentation on which Revenue was relying.
High Court in Ireland — 9 October 2020
A psychiatric nurse, identified only as T, has successfully challenged a Fitness to Practise report. The matter has been remitted to the Committee.
High Court in Ireland — 8 October 2020
Sir Declan Morgan, the Lord Chief Justice, sitting with Lord Justice Treacy and Mr Justice Huddleston as the Divisional Court of the High Court of Justice of Northern Ireland, has dismissed an application for judicial review arising out of the ‘downstream monitoring’ of police interviews.
High Court in Northern Ireland — 7 October 2020
The High Court has held that a ward is not entitled to a costs order against the Health Service Executive (HSE).
High Court in Ireland — 6 October 2020
Ryanair DAC has lost judicial review proceedings challenging the legality of the Government of Ireland’s coronavirus travel advice.
High Court in Ireland — 5 October 2020
The High Court has dismissed the HSE’s application to set aside an Order renewing a personal injuries summons.
High Court in Ireland — 2 October 2020
The High Court, in what it described as the first written judgment on the suspension of pharmacists under the Pharmacy Act 2007 s.45, has suspended a pharmacist from practice.
High Court in Ireland — 1 October 2020
The Supreme Court, in two separate judgments related to the Freedom of Information Act 2014, has held that public bodies must justify their refusal to disclose confidential or commercially sensitive documents under the Act.
Supreme Court in Ireland — 28 September 2020
The High Court has denied an application to vary or vacate a nurse’s suspension order.
High Court in Ireland — 23 September 2020
The High Court has found that the balance of justice lies in favour of the prosecution of a man who, while a minor, allegedly assaulted gardaí and damaged court property while attempting to escape custody.
High Court in Ireland — 21 September 2020
The High Court has rejected a challenge taken by the Friends of the Irish Environment (FIE) against a decision of the Legal Aid Board (LAB) not to grant it legal aid.
High Court in Ireland — 18 September 2020
The High Court has declined to refer an environmentalist group's case to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU).
High Court in Ireland — 16 September 2020
The High Court, sitting qua the Central Criminal Court (as the court of re-trial), has certified that a man is entitled to compensation for wrongful conviction.
High Court in Ireland — 10 September 2020