Judge told of effects on number of young people and their families of Covid-19 crisis 
The coronavirus crisis is compounding the challenges for vulnerable and at-risk young people in special care, their families and care staff dealing with them, the High Court has heard. 
Judge asks Wissam Al Mana and tech firm to try to resolve their differences over application 
A High Court judge has urged representatives of Facebook and a billionaire businessman to try to resolve their differences over his application for information about those behind “fake ads” that appeared on the social media platform. 
Woman tells family court ‘I cannot even walk to the shops’ due to man’s behaviour 
“He’s starting a lot of bother lately,” a woman told Judge John Campbell during a sitting of Dublin District Family Court on Tuesday. “I can’t even walk to the shops.” 
Waterford Credit Union is suing stockbrokers over way €5.3m was invested 
A stockbroking firm being sued by a credit union over the way €5.3 million was invested will have to hand over reports of an Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) investigation, the Supreme Court has ruled. 
Gardaí welcome new shift patterns and support from public 
A vast reorganisation of much of An Garda Síochána in response to the spread of Covid-19 means Garda members are more likely than anyone, with the possible exception of healthcare workers, to fall ill. 
Woman on night duty in nursing home was meant to be checking on resident regularly 
A nurse on night duty browsed internet shopping websites when she should have been checking on a nursing home resident who fell out of his bed and died later that day, the High Court heard. 
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