Case Reports

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and/or progression of the disciplinary proceedings. The applicant was accused of a breach of discipline under Regulation 5 of the An Garda Síochána (Discipline) Regulations 2007 and under the Criminal Justice (Treatment of Persons in Custody) Regulations, 1987.

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The Court of Appeal has set aside an order of the High Court in relation to an accident which left a man requiring to have his leg amputated, finding that the trial judge’s assessment of the damages was “perverse”. The plaintiff, Blaine Murphy, was struck by a car while attending the Galway In

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The European Court of Human Rights will be delivering a Grand Chamber judgment in the case of Murray v the Netherlands at a public hearing on 26 April. The case concerns the complaint by a man convicted of murder in 1980, who consecutively served his life sentence on the islands of Curaçao and Arub

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The High Court has upheld a decision by the Financial Services Ombudsman to dismiss a complaint brought by a couple who claimed their bank had lost €9,418 of their money. Jeremiah and Mary Coleman are both retired and had held a current account with the Allied Irish Banks PLC for several years. Mr

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The High Court has declined to make an order requiring Euro Safety & Training Services to pay several hundred thousand euros upfront by way of security for the costs of proceedings brought against An Foras Áiseanna Saothair (FÁS), finding that the case was of public interests due to allegation

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