Ladbrokes branch in Irishtown, Dublin: the betting chain lost €5 million in 2014.  An examinership, focused solely on its betting shops in the Republic, is likely to run for the full 100 days allowed by law. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

About 250 jobs and 60 betting shops are at risk following bookmaker Ladbrokes decision to seek High Court protection for its retail business in the R(...)

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 companies linked to developer Padraic Rhatigan over the(...)

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell, seen entering the Four Courts on Wednesday, has lost his appeal against a High Court ruling ordering him and his wife to vacate their Killiney Mansion in south Co Dublin. Photograph: Collins. 1:57

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his wife have been ordered by the Court of Appeal to leave their Killiney mansion in south Co Dublin within two (...)

An IMC cinema logo. A cinema equipment supply company is suing a number of companies in the Irish Multiplex Cinemas (IMC) group over an alleged failure to pay for equipment. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A cinema equipment supply company is suing a number of companies in the Irish Multiplex Cinemas (IMC) group over an alleged failure to pay for equipme(...)

A translation service has brought a legal challenge to the Garda Commissioner’s decision to award a contract for supply of language interpretation ser(...)

Minister for Children James Reilly with an example of how plain packaging would look. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A distributor of a number of well-known tobacco brands has argued before the Commercial Court that Ireland, as a member of the EU, cannot unilaterally(...)


The Court of Appeal granted a six-day reprieve to solicitor Brian O’Donnell on a High Court order requiring him and his wife to vacate a mansion in th(...)

The gathered media snap pictures of solicitor Brian O’Donnell as he returns to his home at Gorse Hill last week. Photograph: Collins Dublin

It was a wet and miserable day on Killiney Hill – conditions which brought at least a few of the media contingent camped outside Gorse Hill to express(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern: refused to fast-track action in Commercial Court on grounds of delay, meaning case will proceed via High Court procedures

A joint venture that tendered for an estimated €300 million contract for the N17-N18 Gort to Tuam road project has sued the National Roads Authority o(...)

A general view of Georges Dock, Dublin. Helen Conlan has told the Commercial Court an asset of her late mother Patricia  Cosgrave, a property at No 1, Georges Dock, at the IFSC Custom House Dock, was put up for sale and the proceeds would allow for a payment to be made to AIB before the end of November 2014.  A contract for the sale of the building was entered into for €56.75 million and a deposit was paid, she outlined.   File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A dispute over an alleged agreement to forgive some €11.2 million of €70 million owed to Allied Irish Banks by the estate of a deceased Dublin woman h(...)