Mr Justice Brian McGovern  said it was important matters are dealt with so that they do not have to be referred to the Director of Corporate Enforcement. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

A fuel company director is to co-operate with a bank-appointed receiver who has taken over the running of the business, the Commercial Court has heard(...)

AIB is seeking summary judgment for sums totalling around €25 million against 14 business people over alleged default on loans which they had guarante(...)

More than 600 residents of the 298 apartments at Longboat Quay are affected by fire safety notices which empower Dublin Fire Brigade to evacuate the complex should it consider such a step necessary. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The Longboat Quay Management Company has initiated legal proceedings over liability for funding fire safety works costing of some €3.5 million at the (...)

It was also claimed that the use of the words ‘The Times Irish Edition’ in a new digital Irish edition of the UK newspaper   ran the risk of creating confusion with The Irish Times.

A Commercial Court action brought by The Irish Times against the London Times has been settled. The Irish Times claimed Times Newspapers Ltd (TNL) was(...)

Papal nuncio to Ireland Archbishop Charles J Brown said letting each person define their own concepts of existence and meaning represents “an enormous abdication of our responsibility to seek some meaningful communality among human beings, based on our shared human nature”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Having “absolute respect for life in all its stages and dimensions” is among the norms limiting the individual’s freedom to act as they might wish, th(...)

The Rhatigan Property Group challenged the right of  Beltany Properties to appoint a receiver to the Radisson Blu Hotel on Golden Lane in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Rhatigan Property Group and merchant bank Goldman Sachs have settled a legal battle over an €80 million debt and the ownership of a high-profile h(...)

A test case is to go ahead this year. The challenge arises from the restructuring of the defined benefit Irish Airlines Superannuation Scheme (IAS). Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

More than 600 Aer Lingus and Dublin Airport Authority pensioners have sued the State alleging new laws have led to their pension entitlements being cu(...)

Mr Justice Brian McGovern: said proceedings were ‘part of a wider co-ordinated campaign by the O’Donnell family’ to frustrate the bank and receiver from disposing of Gorse Hill. Photograph: Will Oliver

A legal bar on the sale of retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell’s former family home should be lifted, the High Court has ruled. Two lis pendens –(...)

Mothercare Ireland is a franchise of Mothercare UK and has traded here for 23 years. It is the country’s largest maternity, baby, nursery and children’s clothes retailer.

An interim examiner has been appointed by the High Court to Mothercare Ireland, which employs 276 people in 18 shops across the State. The aim of seek(...)

Roy Keane’s legal action against bookmaker Paddy Power will be heard by the Commercial Court. Photograph: PA

Roy Keane has sued alleging his constitutional rights were breached when bookmakers Paddy Power used his face on a mocked up image of Braveheart prio(...)