The Cabinet signed off on the details of a long-awaited redress scheme today.
A man has claimed before the High Court that he wrongfully spent 10 days in jail after gardaí merged his PULSE-computer system profile with that of another unrelated person with a similar name.
Well-known Dublin publican and restaurateur Jay Bourke wants a court to approve a personal insolvency arrangement writing off around €12.5m in debt and allowing him to retain his family home.
Court accepted that a car with four people in it had been driven to a site for a staged accident where it was to be rear ended by a hire car
An action for negligent misstatement arises where Party A has carelessly made a statement to Party B, where the relationship between the parties is such that Party A owes Party B a duty of care.
Construction sites in Ireland and Northern Ireland are amongst some of the dangerous places to work in. Despite precautions to keep the workers and the construction site safe, dangers linger because of the great heights, working below ground, powerful machinery, and hazards from working near roadsides.
Taxpayer loses and insurers benefit from High Court consent orders in cases
The Complainant, Anthony Kenny commenced employment with the Respondent, Bord Na Mona Plc, on 15th May 1975, as a General Operative until he retired in April 2020. He thereafter requested to work beyond his retirement age. A meeting was convened in December 2019 and a...
Motor insurance companies have been accused of exploiting the pandemic to pump up their profits. Insurers saw their profits jump to a 10-year high last year when most people were forced to stay off the roads due to lockdowns. The latest Central Bank report into the...
Grandmother fears she could get damages of less than €50,000 rather than up to €91,000