Businessman Harry Crosbie. Photograph: Collins

Limited stay imposed, pending outcome of a Supreme Court appeal of judge’s decisions

Shatter believes perception contributed to making his position as minister ‘untenable’

Mr Justice Donal O’Donnell: personal injury damages cases have been the “staple diet” of civil courts at all levels in 
Ireland for more than a century. Photograph: Collins Courts

Judge says law governing civil cases ‘complex, confusing and poorly aligned’

Fromer minister for justice Alan Shatter who is challenging the findings of the Guerin report in the High Court. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former minister alleges objective bias and ‘indecent haste’ in compilation of report

The parents of a terminally ill baby girl who is at the centre of a High Court dispute over whether or not a hospital should resuscitate her if her condition deteriorates want to bring her home.

Nine month old is at the centre of a High Court dispute over whether or not a hospital should resuscitate her

Michael O’Flynn  of the O’Flynn Construction Group. Photo: Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

Demands served on Michael and John O’Flynn for repayment of debts

 Simon and Christian Stokes, The Commercial Court was told by Simon Stokes that his brother Christian is also prepared to consent to the judgment.

Facilities advanced by Zurich Bank included Unicorn restaurant

Accountancy firm KPMG – former auditors of Irish Nationwide Building Society – could be joined as a co-defendant in a legal action brought over €6 billion losses at the society.

Former auditors of Irish Nationwide could feature in legal action

 In an affidavit, Aoife Quinn said 16 recordings recently disclosed to the Quinns, covered a period from July to September 2008. Photograph: David Sleator

Conversation indicated there was a 2% limit for lending to shareholders of Anglo

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