Greg Kavanagh, of Arklow, Co Wicklow, claims relations with Luke Keily significantly deteriorated earlier this year and he fears steps may be taken that will prejudice him while he is trying to regularise his shareholding in two companies. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A property developer who says he fears that steps are being taken to deprive him of his alleged right to a half-share of profits from certain develo(...)

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(...)

A compromise has been reached in the action by RTÉ against TV3 over alleged failure to pay about €1 million alleged to be outstanding for digital transmission services.

A compromise has been reached in the action by RTÉ against TV3 over alleged failure to pay about €1 million alleged to be outstanding for digital tran(...)

Sir Anthony O’Reilly. Mr Justice Brian McGovern said he would require the 79-year-old, who recently had back surgery in New York, to swear a new affidavit by September 9th Sir Anthony O’Reilly. Mr Justice Brian McGovern said he would require the 79-year-old, who recently had back surgery in New York, to swear a new affidavit by September 9th

A bank seeking to recover debts from businessman Sir Anthony O’Reilly wants to “humiliate and embarrass” him by requiring he swear a further statem(...)

A legal action by The Irish Times over an alleged proposal by the London Times to use the title “The Times Ireland” in a new online newspaper has been(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern said he would require 79-year-old Sir Anthony O’Reilly, who recently underwent back surgery in New York, to swear a new affidavit by September 9th after the judge said there was nothing to stop him instructing lawyers and accountants to prepare the information.

A bank seeking to recover debts from businessman Sir Anthony O’Reilly wants to “humiliate and embarrass” him by requiring he swear a further statement(...)

Judge Jacqueline Linnane said she was satisfied that all bank documents relating to the proceedings were in order and that Anthony and Miriam Freeman’s home on Navan Road in Dublin was the security given against the mortgage. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A Dublin couple who, according to a judge, once owned six houses and blew more than €500,000 on themselves in a spending spree, lost their upmarket fa(...)

Dunnes Stores closed the branch at Gorey Shopping Centre last Thursday after the High Court granted an injunction preventing the company from continuing to use a door that opened directly onto the centre’s carpark. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Workers at Dunnes Stores in Gorey, Co Wexford have been informally told the branch will reopen to the public on Wednesday. It comes as a two-month st(...)

Following the agreement, the court made absolute a conditional order, granted last week, which gave AIB priority over Mr O’Reilly’s other creditors in relation to the shares. Photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

Agreement has been reached between a number of creditors of businessman Tony O’Reilly relating to AIB’s efforts to get a priority charge over €2.7 mi(...)

DIG alleged the Wilson shareholders were essentially running ELST ‘as if it were a family business’. The Wilsons, it was claimed, viewed board meetings as mere information sessions convened to explain decisions which they have already taken and put into effect

The majority owners of a Co Monaghan-based global mushroom and compost business have been ordered by the Commercial Court to buy out a minority shareh(...)