Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton. At the High Court, Ms Justice Marie Baker, said Mr Fingleton had not identified anything in the terms and conditions of the loan that he might rely on in a defence. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) bank getting a judgment against him for €5.74 million.At the High Court, Ms Justice Marie Baker ruled(...)

Blaise O’Donnell and Dr Mary Patricia O’Donnell at the Four Courts yesterday. Photograph: Collins

(...) represented the bank at hearings which led to the judgment in the Commercial Court, he said.He and his wife(...)

UberPOP was deemed illegal in The Netherlands in December Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

(...) connection with its UberPOP unit after a court deemed it illegal in December.Uber allows users to summon taxi(...)

Ashers, which has six shops employing 62 people, is being prosecuted for refusing to bake a cake with a slogan stating “Support Gay Marriage”. It was also to feature the Sesame Street puppets, Bert and Ernie, with their arms around one another. Photograph: Getty Images

(...) international million-pound business that must not be allowed to break a commercial contract with a customer, a(...)

The price of water

(...), the “hard case” seeking the court’s relief is the creditor, not the debtor. The relief now proposed by(...)

Seán Dunne: legal eam argued Irish bankruptcy laws do not allow for dual bankruptcy findings in different jurisdictions. Photograph: Steve Miller/The Irish Times

Court. Lawyers for the developer, now based in the US, argue his adjudication of bankruptcy by the High(...)

Avoca Court dates from 1990, and is being sold on behalf of a Davy fund at an initial yield of 9.48 per cent

Avoca Court, the central block on Temple Road, with Maple House and Oyster House on either side. The(...)

(...) in the High Court arising out of the alleged 2007 valuations. Market valuations Mr McConnon obtained(...)

AIB has obtained €9.3 million judgment orders on consent at the Commercial Court against Galway businessmen Tom and John Nestor for borrowings by the pair. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Allied Irish Banks (AIB) has obtained €9.3 million judgment orders on consent at the Commercial(...)

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

(...) want the Commercial Court to fast-track the dispute because they are anxious to proceed with the sale(...)