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Posts from December 2019

An Irish football coach cannot bring defamation proceedings over a newspaper report of the French court hearing at which he was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for smuggling merchandise dangerous to public health, the High Court has ruled. 
Offaly schoolchild whose bike was hit by a van recovered well but still gets headaches 
 
A schoolboy who fractured the base of his skull when he was knocked off his bike has settled his High Court action for €20,500. 
Former officer and PDFORRA took case over appointment of candidate on part-time basis 
 
The Supreme Court has rejected claims that a former officer in the Defence Forces could not be appointed as Defence Forces Ombudsman or that the position cannot be part-time. 
‘Brown Thomas’ effect: FF justice spokesman says many able barristers not getting enough work 
 
The State acts like it “only does its shopping at Brown Thomas” when it is looking for a barrister, Fianna Fáil justice spokesman Jim O’Callaghan has said. 
A football coach is seeking High Court permission to take defamation proceedings over a newspaper report on a French court hearing at which he was sentenced to 18 months imprisonment for smuggling merchandise dangerous to public health. 
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