Simon and Christian Stokes, The Commercial Court was told by Simon Stokes that his brother Christian is also prepared to consent to the judgment.

Businessman Jeffrey Stokes, and his wife and son Simon have consented to €14.7 million summary judgment orders being entered against them arising from(...)

Golfers Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell: A court has ruled that McIlroy must be given access to McDowell’s documents. Photograph Scott Halleran/Getty Images

Rory McIlroy can see documents concerning fellow golfer Graeme McDowell’s involvement with a sports representation agency, a High Court judge has rul(...)

Paul Gallagher SC. Photograph: Alan Betson

The family of bankrupt businessman Séan Quinn may seek to cross-examine Irish Bank Resolution Corporation special liquidator Kieran Wallace. It concer(...)

Blake O Donnell, Son of solicitor Brian O’Donnell pictured at the High Court.

Solicitor Brian O’Donnell and his son Blake have objected to two different Commercial Court judges hearing an application in proceedings by Bank of Ir(...)

Coillte had claimed transfer of the remaining €23 million under obligations in a trust deed of 2000 and a December 2009 funding proposal for the scheme was contingent on the sale of immature forests which required State approval, but the trustees insisted no such contingency was set out in the funding proposal.

An action over a €23 million deficit in the pension scheme of State forestry body Coillte Teoranta, affecting 2,000 people, has been settled at the(...)

Seán Quinn: is being sued for allegedly attempting to put assets out of the bank’s reach. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Quinn family are concerned to ensure a dispute over the method of analysing some 700,000 documents for Irish Bank Resolution Corporation’s action(...)

 Gerry McCaughey: his  Century Homes company was taken over by Kingspan.

Century Homes founder Gerard McCaughey is entitled to a full hearing of his claim he is not yet liable to repay a loan advanced to him by Anglo Irish (...)

AIB wants to reduce its share capital in order to create distributable reserves to give greater flexibility in relation to measures the bank may take to simplify and strengthen its capital structure, resolve the long term future of the 2009 preference shares and enable resumption of dividend payments to shareholders over time, when conditions permit and subject to regulatory approval. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Mary Carolan State-owned Allied Irish Banks is seeking court permission to reduce its share capital by some €5 billion so as to create distributable r(...)

Harry Crosbie in the O2 arena in 2008. Mr Crosbie is alleging that Nama is not entitled to enforce some €77 million loans against him or seek his bankruptcy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Mary CarolanThe National Assets Management Agency (Nama) is to seek orders striking out an action by businessman Harry Crosbie alleging the agency is (...)

 Former billionaire Tony O’Reilly has failed in his High Court bid to get more time to repay his debts.

Former billionaire Sir Anthony O’Reilly has failed in his legal bid to get more time to repay his debts. He was refused a six month stay on exe(...)