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Posts from May 2019

Supreme Court ruling of unlawful conduct by Oireachtas committee unprecedented 
The Supreme Court will rule on Friday on Facebook’s appeal over a High Court decision to refer key issues concerning the validity of European Commission decisions approving EU-US data transfer channels to the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU). 
Man took judicial review proceedings, claiming he had lived at the house since 2003 
 
A direction leading to the eviction of a Dublin man from a local authority house was made unlawfully by Dublin City Council, the Supreme Court has ruled. 
Overall fall comes despite recruitment drive for Army, Navy and Air Corps 
 
The Defence Forces has had its largest loss of personnel in almost a decade despite efforts to recruit new entrants, new figures show. 
Child, now aged eight, was two when his mother’s car was hit by another vehicle 
 
An eight-year-old has been awarded €12,000 for psychological injuries and emotional upset suffered when he was involved in a car accident when he was a toddler. 
Louis Murray taking action against AIB and receiver appointed to Dawson Street venue 
Passenger on flight from Rome to Krakow suffered significant scald burns, court told 
 
An eight-year-old girl who suffered significant scald burns when a cup of hot chocolate tipped into her lap on a Ryanair flight has settled her High Court action for €150,000. 
High Court hears woman was ‘black and blue’ in upper body after crash at junction 
Insurer claims financial services company misled customers about its insurance status 
 
Insurer Allianz has obtained High Court injunctions against an Irish-based financial services company that is subject of a warning from the Central Bank of Ireland and a Garda investigation. 
Sky Handling Partner ordered to pay former worker €15,000 over discriminatory decision 
 
A decision by a company to dismiss a man with dyspraxia was informed by a health and safety officer carrying out a Google search on the disorder, the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) has heard. 

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