The exterior of the Mount Wolseley Hotel. Operators Donal and Breda Morrissey, who the court heard were unhappy after the examiner  rejected their refinancing proposals, had erected a  fence between the hotel  and Mount Wolseley House, which the couple own and live in, and its gardens.

Examiner says business has reasonable prospect of continuing as going concern

Garrett Kelleher: will contend he was assured he would not be pursued under his guarantee given his “extensive co-operation” with Nama.

Agency claims €350m outstanding on loans for developments in Ireland, US and Belgium

Former assistant Dublin city and county manager George Redmond has won his Supreme Court appeal aimed at allowing him continue with his action aimed at overturning findings of corruption made against him by the planning tribunal.  File photograph:  Collins Courts

Former assistant Dublin city and county manager can continue with action to overturn corruption findings made against him by the p(...)

Karen Millen on Grafton Street, Dublin. The High Court ruled in 2008 that Dunnes, in offering for sale a black knit top and blue and brown shirts, infringed Karen Millen’s rights to unregistered community design under European regulations. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Irish retailer faces substantial legal costs arising from the litigation over the copying of designs

Paul Gallagher SC. Photograph: Alan Betson

Family of Seán Quinn may seek to cross-examine IBRC special liquidator

Bill Cullen leaving the Four Courts in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Collins/Courts

Judge agrees to fast-track case to Commercial Court

Westwood Club had challenged Ombudsman and Information Commissioner Emily O’Reilly’s decision affirming the council’s refusal to grant Westwood access to records concerning Bray Swimming Pool and Sports Leisure Centre Ltd, trading as Shoreline. Photograph: Reuters

Westwood challenges decision affirming council refusal of access to Shoreline records

A three-judge Supreme Court today dismissed the appeal by Usaman Ahmed against the High Court’s dismissal of his case against Longford Town Council over an incident in May 2009 at a children’s public playground in Longford town.  Photograph: Reuters

Usaman Ahmed was playing when he fell and partly landed on hard divider beside matting

The judge rejected claims that funding for the purchase of the house came from a tow truck business Christy Russell claimed to operate. He was also satisfied the income from such a business was not consistent with Mr Russell’s lifestyle, which included a Florida cruise and a €38,000 extension to the house. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Judge rules there is ‘cogent evidence’ Christy Russell had close links to serious criminals

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