The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) wants the appeal court to set aside a decision it is liable in respect of the Setanta claims. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Court of Appeal will rule later on the appeal by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) against a finding it is liable for hundreds of outst(...)

The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland maintains it is not liable for   claims following the collapse of Setanta Insurance in 2014 and wants the Court of Appeal to set aside a High Court decision that it must pay out  in respect to  persons insured with Setanta at the time of its liquidation. Photograph: Thinkstock

The Law Society has argued that the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) is liable for hundreds of outstanding claims following the collapse of S(...)

Following the Maltese-registered Setanta’s liquidation, some 1,750 claims by and against its policyholders remained in existence

An appeal by the Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) against a High Court ruling that it must pay out on outstanding claims following the collap(...)

The  court ruled that the woman had raised arguable grounds entitling her to further time to appeal a High Court order upholding the validity of the receiver’s appointment. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

The Court of Appeal has cleared the way for a woman to challenge the validity of the EBS appointment of a receiver over eight properties in Dublin, p(...)

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

The Court of Appeal has cleared the way for development of a wind farm in Co Laois after rejecting a challenge to planning permission centring on conc(...)

Max Schrems: Speaking outside the Four Courts in Dublin, Mr Schrems said that “theoretically” a decision could be made by the commissioner within weeks. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems says he fears a ruling by the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) on his complaint against Facebook could (...)

A file image of  Austrian Max Schrems (left) arriving with his lawyer Herwig Hofmann   at a  European Court of Justice (SCJ) in Luxembourg, earlier this month. Photograph: AFP

The Irish Data Protection Commissioner has told the High Court she will speedily investigate a complaint by Austrian student Max Schrems alleging Face(...)

The advocate general of the European Court of Justice has said the mass transfer of EU user data to the US by companies such as Facebook contradicts E(...)

On Wednesday an adviser to the European Court of Justice will issue an opinion on a case which stems from a complaint filed by 27-year-old Austrian law student Max Schrems against Facebook with the Irish data protection commissioner. (Photograph: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire)

A US-EU commercial data-sharing deal faces a major test on Wednesday when an adviser to the European Union’s top court will say whether he believes i(...)

Tommy Broughan: Documents show more than 1,500 drivers avoided penalty points between 2014 and May 2015 after they made a poor box donation. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Hundreds of drivers are continuing to avoid penalty points in court by making a contribution to the poor box despite a High Court ruling last year (...)