Mr Justice Brian Cregan agreed to transfer the action to the Commercial Court list. Photograph: Ronan Quinlan/Collins

The receivers of the Spencer Dock Development Company have disputed claims by Davy Target Investments that it is entitled to some €9 million paymen(...)

The plaintiff complained of “considerable overlap” in membership of the boards of various standards bodies.

An action by a management systems trainer alleging the Irish food industry’s accreditation and standards scheme is wrongly focussed on the market and (...)

Dublin couple Patrick and Roseann McLaughlin have lost their Supreme Court appeal against a ruling that Bank of Scotland Plc was entitled to recover some €4 million from them. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A couple have lost their Supreme Court appeal against a decision that Bank of Scotland Plc was entitled to recover some €4 million from them arising f(...)

The Supreme Court has made no costs orders after proceedings brought on behalf of John Stokes by his mother Mary Stokes (above) concerning the enrolment policy of CBS High School, Clonmel, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Collins.

A Traveller boy and a secondary school must each pay their own legal costs of the boy’s unsuccessful appeal to the Supreme Court against the school’s (...)

A grandmother’s bid to be permitted live here with her daughter, an employed lone parent, and help rear her three grandchildren, two of whom are Irish citizens, has been rejected by a two to one Supreme Court majority

A grandmother’s bid to be permitted live here with her daughter, an employed lone parent, and help rear her three grandchildren, two of whom are Irish(...)

In High Court judicial review proceedings against the Minister for Social Protection, Liam Ward contended he is entitled to have his application decided in line with guidelines. Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland.

A Dublin man refused a supplement towards his monthly €450 rent claimed, in court, that it was a “Kafkaesque” decision.The man, who earns €208 a week,(...)

Eighteen people were adjudicated bankrupt during a hearing lasting less than one hour at the High Court on Monday.

Eighteen people were adjudicated bankrupt during a hearing lasting less than one hour at the High Court on Monday. Ms Justice Caroline Costello(...)

Ian Bailey, who has made a series of claims over the conduct of the  investigation into the 1996 murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Photograph: Collins Courts

Evidence has concluded in the civil action by Ian Bailey against the Garda Commissioner and State over the conduct of the investigation into the murd(...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, said the Labour Court had told Patrick  Mulholland he could issue a summons to compel the attendance of a member of Greenstar management to give evidence in relation to pay rates, but that this option was not pursued. File photograph: Collins Courts

A truck driver employed by a recruitment agency who claimed he was paid lower rates by waste company Greenstar Ltd than drivers directly employed by t(...)

Ian Bailey arriving at court last month for his action against the Garda Commissioner and State over the conduct of the investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Photograph: Courts Collins

Evidence has concluded in the long-running civil action by Ian Bailey against the Garda Commissioner and State over the conduct of the investigation i(...)