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Case Summary: Condon & Ors -v- Minister for Labour and the Attorney General  IR 62 Issued : July 2014 Where bank employees challenged temporary legislation prohibiting pay increases, which later expired, the Supreme Court proceeded with the review as they were not satisfied that similar legislation would not be reintroduced. Case Summary: MF -v- Superintendent Ballymun Garda Station & Ors  1 IR 189 Issued : July 2014 Where the matter concerned the "special and possibly unique category" of children, who were not represented at hearings, the Supreme Court proceeded to hear a case in order to clarify the law on child protection. Case Summary: O’Donoghue -v- Minister for Health & Ors  IEHC 2 Issued : July 2014 Where a mentally handicapped child sought to vindicate his right to primary education, notwithstanding that the State had granted him a place on a concessionary basis, the High Court held that a determination of the rights and duties in issue was required. Case Summary: McCann -v- Monaghan District Court & Ors  IEHC 276 Issued : July 2014 Where legislation governing imprisonment for non-payment of a debt would continue to affect the Plaintiff even if the order under challenge were quashed, the High Court proceeded with a hearing addressing the legislation's constitutionality.
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