The three-judge Supreme Court has made a number of general recommendations concerning the presentation of division of assets in complex contested marital proceedings so as to avoid those resources being reduced through costs in various legal challenges. File photograph: Collins

Woman to get funds in lump sum after ex-husband disputed valuation figures

Marlis Flood, mother of Caoimhe, of Kingswood Heights, Tallaght, Dublin, leaving the Four Courts yesterday on Thursday. Photograph: Courts Collins

Caoimhe Flood received settlement without admission of liability

The Four Courts: case arose after AIB in early 2014 sought summary judgment against brothers. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Allied Irish Banks obtained €17.6m judgment against Paul and Gerard Dormer

An agreement has been reached between communications consultant Monica Leech and Independent Newspapers concerning the legal costs of two libel actions, the Supreme Court has heard. Photograph: Collins Court

Agreement noted on legal costs of two libel actions

Aoife Quinn, daughter of  Seán Quinn: the Quinn family allege they are not liable for about €2.34 billion loans advanced by the former Anglo Irish Bank to Quinn companies

Criminal proceedings against former Anglo chairman Seán Fitzpatrick due to open a day before Quinn family’s civil action

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, heard an emergency application fron the Health Service Executive concerning the woman. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Condition of woman with BMI of less than 12 ‘deeply worrying’, says judge

Jules Thomas and Ian Bailey pictured leaving the Four Courts on Wednesday during his High Court action for damages. Photograph: Courts Collins

Denied he was at ‘forefront’ of efforts to ensure Mr Bailey was charged with murder

Former garda Jim Fitzgerald has denied in the High Court that he was “fixing things up” for Marie Farrell, a witness in the  Sophie Toscan du Plantier murder investigation. Photograph: Courts Collins.

Jim Fitzgerald denies Marie Farrell told description didn’t fit Bailey and should be ‘tidied up’

Mr Justice Brian McGovern agreed to transfer the proceedings to the Commercial Court. File photograph: Collins Courts

BoI moves against ex-CEO of operator of St Francis private hospital in Mullingar

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