Representatives of the bank receiver posting documents on the order of the court on the gate of  the O’Donnell family home, Gorse Hill. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times 1:01

Notices warning property developer Brian O’Donnell and his wife Mary Patricia not to interfere with a receiver’s attempts to take possession of the(...)

A trespass notice being served on the home of the O’Donnell family in Killiney on Tuesday evening. Photograph: Aidan Crawley 1:01

The High Court has dismissed an application for an injunction by the O’Donnell family to halt the repossession of their home in Killiney. The receiver(...)

Blake O’Donnell, son of Brian O’Donnell, pictured leaving the Four Courts after a High Court hearing.Photograph: Courts Collins

A High Court judge has sought evidence about what has been happening at a house in Killiney, Dublin, after being told solicitor Brian O’Donnell has b(...)

The Four Courts: case arose after AIB in early 2014 sought summary judgment against brothers. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Two brothers have lost their bid to restrain receivers selling their assets after Allied Irish Banks obtained a €17.6 million judgment against them. M(...)

An engineer who alleges a “fundamentally unfair” planning procedure has been adopted for a proposed wind farm development in Co Meath which he fears w(...)

Businessman Sean Quinn .Photographer: Dara Mac Donaill / Irish Times

Businessman Sean Quinn and members of his family cannot cross-examine a liquidator following claims they may be hiding upto €500 million in undisclose(...)

Patricia Quinn, wife of businessman Seán Quinn. Photograph: Collins.

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement is to release to Irish Bank Resolution Corporation witness statements provided by businessman Seá(...)

Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney: residence of some of  lawyer Brian O’Donnell’s children

A bank-appointed receiver wants the adult children of solicitor Brian O’Donnell out of their Co Dublin luxury home by February 1st following a Supreme(...)

Gerard Killally: High Court had decided his exit from bankruptcy should be postponed for a year arising out of his conviction for stealing €18,000 worth of refrigeration equipment from his bankrupt estate. Photograph: Garrett White/Collins Court

Former Fianna Fáil politician Gerard Killally has lost his appeal against a decision extending his term of bankruptcy for a year because of a convicti(...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn who leads the O’Flynn Construction Group

The O’Flynn Construction Group, led by Cork property developer Michael O’Flynn, and US private equity giant Blackstone have reached a “standstill” ag(...)