Legal eagle: Brian O’Donnell hopes the Supreme Court will grant an appeal to the ruling that he and his wife, Dr Mary Pat O’Donnell, must leave the Killiney mansion. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

(...) pool and tennis court, plus an indoor gym and a sauna. It was the home of the former solicitor Brian O(...)

(...) people, many of them officials and advisers who once served the New Labour court.Almost immediately on(...)

Luxor Investments  are challenging Goldman Sachs and an associate, Beltany Properties’ rights to appoint a receiver over a number of assets, including the Radisson Blu Hotel on Golden Lane in Dublin.

The Commercial Court has reserved judgment in the case between merchant bank Goldman Sachs and(...)

Mr Justice Tom Burgess ruled in favour of a group litigation against developer Sarcon (No 177) Ltd over apartments in the Pilot Street development at the High Court. Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland.

Up to 40 buyers in Belfast apartment blocks could be able to cancel contracts after a High Court(...)

Brian O’Donnell leaves the Court of Appeal in Dublin after he lost his appeal against the repossession of his former home in Killiney yesterday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire 1:57

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

A separate action against Michael Fingleton, involving a claim by State-owned Irish Bank Resolution Corporation for up to €6 billion over losses suffered by the Society, is proceeding on a date yet to be fixed.

(...) settled, the Commercial Court has been told. No terms of settlement were disclosed.A separate action(...)

The  Odyssey complex in the Belfast docks area. It was built by businessman Peter Curistan.

(...) against the former Anglo Irish Bank, the Belfast High Court heard today.The businessman, who built the(...)

PTSB had sought to raise the €400 million as part of overall plan to return bank to private ownership. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A High Court challenge has been brought to plans by Permanent TSB aimed at raising €400 million(...)

A legal action against four former directors of the Irish Nationwide Building Society over the alleged “wholly unlawful” delegation of powers of the Board of the Society to its former CEO Michael Fingleton has settled, the Commercial Court has heard. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Fingleton has settled, the Commercial Court heard on Wednesday. No terms of settlement were disclosed(...)

The number of burglaries is higher now than at the height of the economic boom. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

(...) bail is granted.With lengthy delays in cases coming to court, and a prison system that has been(...)