The Irish Times Ltd (TITL) had sought various injunctions, pending the outcome of a full hearing, arising from the planned launch of the new digital publication, to be sold as part of a subscription package with the Sunday Times.

The High Court has refused an application by The Irish Times for injunctions restraining the publishers of London Times using the words “The Times Iri(...)

In the High Court, Ms Justice Deirdre Murphy ruled the Revenue had discharged the burden of proof showing the best interests of the liquidation of the Hazel Hotel in Monasterevin required Anthony J Fitzpatrick’s removal as liquidator. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A liquidator to a Co Kildare hotel has been removed over what a High Court judge said was his “flawed understanding” of his role. The Revenue Commissi(...)

The plaintiff teacher has claimed he told his school principal in August 2011 that a male colleague had told him of having sex with a female graduate student at the colleague’s home in 2008. Photograph: Michael Rehle

A settlement has been reached in a High Court dispute between a “whistleblower” teacher and his school’s board of management over the terms of a plann(...)

The fruit bowl was part of a dinner service commissioned by Queen Victoria when staying at Balmoral Castle.

A valuable Wedgwood bowl which was part of a dinner service specially commissioned by Queen Victoria is at the centre of a High Court dispute. The fr(...)

Fianna Fail Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill.

The Court of Appeal has cleared the way for an investigation by the Standards in Public Office Commission into the alleged duplication of expenses cla(...)

Teacher whistleblower also claims the same colleague told him he had exposed himself to a different female graduate student “in the stands” at a sports grounds in 2011, the High Court heard.

A “whistleblower” teacher has claimed he told his school principal in 2011 that a male colleague had told him of having sex with a female graduate stu(...)

The application to restrain publication of identifying material was supported by the plaintiff teacher. Photograph: Getty Images

A “whistleblower” teacher who has made “grave” allegations against another teacher in the same girls’ secondary school is challenging his resulting tr(...)

The reason the London Times wanted to use the words “Irish edition” was  to tell customers what its product was, Brian Murray SC, for Times Newspaper Limited, said.

  The London Times has argued before the Commercial Court it is legally entitled to use the words “Times” and “Irish Edition” in promoting(...)

Mothercare Ireland is a franchise of Mothercare UK and has traded here for 23 years. It is the country’s largest maternity, baby, nursery and children’s clothes retailer.

An interim examiner has been appointed by the High Court to Mothercare Ireland, which employs 276 people in 18 shops across the State. The aim of seek(...)

The trademark and values of The Irish Times will be “blurred and diluted” unless orders are granted refraining infringement of its trademarks in a (...)