Anthony Lyons: the aviation broker attacked and sexually assaulted a 27-year-old woman near his home on Griffith Avenue, Dublin, in October 2010. Photograph: Collins Courts

Convicted businessman Anthony Lyons bowed his head yesterday when a judge said he must return to prison to serve another 18 months in addition to six (...)

 Businessman Harry Crosbie. Photograph: Collins

The National Assets Management Agency is entitled to enforce a €77 million judgment against certain assets of businessman Harry Crosbie, a High Court (...)

In his affidavit, Alan Shatter said Seán Guerin had, in his report on the Department of Justice, relied incorrectly on a letter of advice received fro(...)

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

A Supreme Court ruling relating to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board Act means a woman who has sued her brother for damages over allegedly sexua(...)

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 for justice Alan Shatter has initiated a High Court challenge aimed at quashing certain findings of the Guerin report concerning Mr Sh(...)

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.

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 co(...)

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

A company of Blackstone investment fund management group which bought €1.8 billion liabilities of the Cork based O’Flynn Construction Group from Nama (...)

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

Businessman Jeffrey Stokes, and his wife and son Simon have consented to €14.7 million summary judgment orders being entered against them arising from(...)

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.

A High Court judge has said he wants to be told by the end of October whether it is proposed to join accountancy firm KPMG – former auditors of Irish (...)

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

Recordings of conversations involving senior executives of Anglo Irish Bank include a recording of a conversation indicating there was a 2 per cent(...)