Court heard staff at Galway Clinic ‘very quickly’ expressed concerns about his competence 
A staff nurse who demonstrated what the High Court described as “woefully substandard” nursing skills, including failure to respond to an anaesthetist’s query whether or not a patient was breathing, has been censured with conditions on his registration should he seek to resume work here. 
Court told wound was superficial and scar was now barely visible 
A two-year-old child who cut his right eyelid on a sharp object on a shelf in a Co Dublin pharmacy has been awarded damages of €22,000 in the Circuit Civil Court. 
Court rules employees must have ‘exceptional’ basis for lawyer representation 
Employees who want lawyers to represent them in internal workplace disciplinary proceedings must establish an “exceptional” case the process could not be regarded as fair without such legal representation, the Supreme Court has ruled. 
Plaintiff wants probe into why two annual meetings were not held prior to liquidation 
A former shareholder in the Irish Press company has challenged a refusal of the accountancy supervisory body to order an inquiry surrounding a complaint about why two annual general meetings were not held some years before the company went into liquidation. 
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