Most people don’t lodge their work-related employment claims immediately, but the clock starts ticking from the time of the incident, not when the complaint is made. Unless workers have a very good reason for a delay, six months is going to be a hard deadline in most cases

(...) commercial law firm Philip Lee. Why has it been created? Prior to October’s changes, the State’s system(...)

Deka already owns the Tommy Hilfiger store on Dublin’s Grafton Street which it bought in 2009 for €23 million. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...) anchor tenants, 63 retail units and 11 food court units with seating for 650 people. There is also a six(...)

Frank Cushnahan: the High Court in Belfast heard he was being investigated by the PSNI

(...) prominent Belfast businessman, the High Court in Belfast heard on Wednesday. Gareth Graham reported Mr(...)

(...) appointed a receiver. At the Commercial Court on Wednesday, Mr Osborne, Fort Road, Gorey, representing(...)

The 2.02-acre vet college site will accommodate the new One Ballsbridge.

(...) and commercial space. Both sites were sold during the boom for record prices only to be put back on(...)

The Square in Tallaght is to undergo a €30m redevelopment, including car parking spaces. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...) before the Commercial Court. The action against Dunnes Stores Dublin Company has been brought by Square(...)

(...) additives, the court heard. Mr Justice Richard Humphreys granted leave for judicial review of the September(...)

(...) final time Friday following a dispute over a bank loan, the Master of the High Court was told. Desmond(...)

File picture of wind turbines. The Court of Appeal has cleared the way for development of a wind farm in Co Laois after rejecting a challenge to planning permission.   Photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

(...) implemented in full. While dismissing the case in the Commercial Court, Mr Justice Robert Haughton said it(...)

The leisure centre of the McWilliam Park Hotel: the hotel was built in 2006 with backing of high-profile property developers

Shelbourne Developments are backing a high-profile hotel seeking High Court protection from its creditors(...)