Thomas McFeely. Photograph: Collins Courts

Priory Hall developer Thomas McFeely will contest an application to extend his bankruptcy by five years. The application has been brought on grounds i(...)

Former Wexford hurler Paul Codd: had been jailed over contempt of orders and undertakings to co-operate with official assignee  but returned to court on Friday   seeking to purge his contempt. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Proceedings against bankrupt former hurling star Paul Codd over failure to return some €460,000 farm machinery leased by Deutsche Bank Leasing Ireland(...)

Gayle Dunne, wife of property developer Sean Dunne. Photograph: Collins Courts

The wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne wants orders permitting her lawyers to cross-examine a US lawyer about his sworn statements in support of Ir(...)

File photograph of Gayle Killilea Dunne. She argues  being subject to proceedings here and in the US creates “real potential” that any assets sought to be recovered risked being depleted, which was not in the interests of her husband’s creditors. Photograph: Collins Courts

The wife of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne wants to halt “oppressive” proceedings against her arising over alleged invalid transfers of her husband’s a(...)

Sean Dunne and  Gayle Killilea picturedin 2013. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times.

The multimillionaire wife of bankrupt property developer Seán Dunne planned to use the money from the sale of a €19 million South Africa hotel to pay(...)

 Seán Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea at their home in Ballsbridge back in 2008. Photograph: Derek Speirs

Property developer Sean Dunne thought that by filing for bankruptcy in his new home in the United States in March 2013, he was preempting Ulster Bank’(...)

File photograph of Sean Dunne leaving court. Photograph: Steve Miller/ Irish Times

Developer Sean Dunne has lost his Supreme Court bid to set aside his Irish bankruptcy arising from default on loans of €164 million isued to buy pr(...)

 Brian O’Donnell  and his son, Blake,  arriving at the Four Courts yesterday. Photograph:  Collins

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell has been given more time to prepare his challenge to the refusal to overturn his Irish bankruptcy. The decision came(...)

Former first lady Hillary Clinton is viewed as the Democrats’ best bet of retaining the White House. Photograph: Andrew Gombert/EPA

Hillary Clinton will end months of speculation on Sunday when she announces she is running to become the first female president of the United States,(...)

A Monaghan shopkeeper adjudicated bankrupt after a bank obtained a €32 million judgment against him over unpaid loans wants to sue estate agents CBRE(...)