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The High Court has granted a non-suit in a case where infringement of copyright was alleged in sound recordings played in the Savoy Nightclub and Theatre in Cork City. The court found in favour of the second defendant, Mr Jonathan Bourke, in the case brought by Phonographic Performance (Ireland) Ltd

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Judges at Dublin District Family Court shared concerns about security in Dolphin House prior to the alleged assault of Judge Miriam Walsh on Friday, The Irish Times reports. An Garda Síochána was made aware of judges' concerns before the attack, but has only now entered into talks with the Courts

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Measures contained in the International Protection Bill will create a stricter family reunification regime than the one currently in place, immigrant support organisation Nasc has said. Fiona Finn, chief executive of Nasc, has said the total number of refugees coming to Ireland is likely to be much

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Six wrongful death lawsuits and seven personal injury lawsuits related to the Berkeley balcony collapse are set to be consolidated and heard by one judge. Judge George Hernandez jnr told the Superior Court of California, County of Alameda yesterday that it “makes sense for one judge to hear all of

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