The High Court  has heard that a homeless couple have rejected South Dublin County Council’s offer of temporary emergency accommodation in a hostel.  Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland

A homeless couple have told the High Court that South Dublin County Council’s offer of temporary emergency accommodation is not suitable for their nee(...)

Michelle Morrison, right: case concerns her objections to plans by neighbours to landscape property. Photograph: Eric Luke

A legal dispute between the wife of singer Van Morrison and her neighbours has so far cost Michelle Morrison €875,000, the High Court heard. The figur(...)

Clerys on O’Connell Street, Dublin: between August 2012 and January 2015, the business lost €4.3 million and relied on loans from its parent group. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It survived the 1916 Easter Rising, two world wars, and major storm damage two years ago but the historic Clerys department store on O’Connell Street (...)

Eoin McKeogh got a temporary order preventing republishing online of a video clip.

A solicitor who formerly acted for a student in proceedings over an internet video clip falsely portraying him as a taxi fare evader in Dublin is seek(...)

The trustees of a non-denominational church, the Victory Christian Fellowship, have lost their appeal against a High Court ruling that Bank of Scotlan(...)

The High Court has ordered Eircom to disclose the name and address of an anonymous emailer who distributed an allegedly defamatory letter about a wast(...)

Properties at Lower Grangegorman and North Brunswick Street have been home to a number of people for more than two years and the occupants have established a garden where they grow food, run an art gallery space, cafe space, and a circus workshop.  Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

A man has failed to get a stay on a court order directing he be jailed for 14 days over failure to leave properties at Grangegorman, Dublin, which a N(...)

On foot of legal objections by The Irish Times Ltd last week, Mr Justice Paul Gilligan granted the Irish-based newspaper permission to inform the UK publisher of its intention to apply for court orders legally blocking what The Irish Times described as ‘a very serious violation’ of its copyright.

UK publisher Times Newspapers Ltd told the High Court on Wednesday that it will not use the title “The Times Ireland” for a new online newspaper it pl(...)

The frontage of a premises in Grangegorman in Dublin which has been the site of a squat  for the last two years. The residents of the squat have said they will challenge a court order directing  their arrest. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Squatters at properties in Grangegorman in north Dublin are awaiting receipt of Tuesday’s High Court order directing their arrest before bringing a ca(...)

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan: ruled that possession bid by Nama receiver should get a full hearing. Photograph: Ronan Quinlan/Collins

An elderly couple may remain in their Co Dublin rented home, said to be worth €900,000, pending the outcome of a legal bid by a Nama-appointed receiv(...)