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The partner of murdered gangster Eamon Dunne has brought High Court action over Irish Life's refusal to pay her €250,000 on a life policy the couple took out two years before his death. The action has been taken by Georgia Saunders over an insurance policy she and Mr Dunne entered into with the in

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A woman has been awarded €189,000 in damages by the High Court after a road traffic accident involving two cars resulted in a broken ankle, leaving her permanently disabled. The court accepted that the woman went to the assistance of a driver whose car had crashed into a ditch, and that while doin

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Allied Irish Bank Plc has successfully appealed a finding of the High Court that it did not have a right-of-way to gain access to apartments through a common area held by a management company, which was based upon an erroneous understanding of a court-ordered deed. Mr Justice Sean Ryan, President of

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An air carrier which is unable to prove that a passenger was informed of the cancellation of his flight more than two weeks before the scheduled time of departure is required to pay compensation to that passenger – this applies not only when the contract for carriage was concluded directly between

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The new Judicial Appointments Bill will come before the Cabinet for approval next Tuesday. The bill is expected to provide for the creation of a new Judicial Appointments Commission with a lay majority and chair, despite criticism from parts of the legal profession.

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A third-country national may, as the parent of a minor child who is an EU citizen, rely on a derived right of residence in the EU, the Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled. The fact that the other parent, an EU citizen, could assume sole responsibility for the primary day-to-day care of

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Two Assistant Censors at the Irish Film Censor's Office have failed to secure injunctions preventing Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald from dismissing them until High Court proceedings which have been brought have been determined. The applications were brought by Olga Bennett, a former Fianna Fái

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