Former Irish Nationwide chief executive Michael Fingleton. At the High Court, Ms Justice Marie Baker, said Mr Fingleton had not identified anything in the terms and conditions of the loan that he might rely on in a defence. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Former Irish Nationwide Building Society chief executive Michael Fingleton has failed to prevent a bank getting a judgment against him for €5.74 milli(...)

Ian Bailey: attempting to show ‘once and for all’ he was not involved in death of Sophie Toscan du Plantier  but counsel said he ‘will always be a pariah’.  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A verdict may be delivered on Monday in the long-running action for damages taken by Ian Bailey over the conduct of the Garda investigation into the m(...)

Ian Bailey  arriving at the Four Courts for the continuation of his High Court action for damages. Photograph: Courts Collins

Marie Farrell is the “lynchpin” of Ian Bailey’s case against the Garda Commissioner and State but the evidence suggests she was “more than a conventio(...)

Stanisclaw Oponowicz  leaving the Four Courts yesterday  after a High Court hearing. Photo: Courts Collins

A man who suffered fractures to his jaw after he was assaulted as he tried to leave a Dublin city centre pub has been awarded more than €105,000 by a (...)

Blaise O’Donnell and Dr Mary Patricia O’Donnell at the Four Courts yesterday. Photograph: Collins

The wife and daughter of retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell displayed their anger towards a bank’s legal team during the hearing of a challenge to the (...)

A chief executive received more than £1million in unauthorised salary bonuses and pension payments, it has been claimed at the High Court. Andrew Heth(...)

Ian Bailey arriving at the Four Courts on Tuesday  for the continuation of his High Court action for damages. Photograph: Courts Collins

Lawyers for Ian Bailey are expected to begin their closing arguments on Friday in his long running civil action for damages over the conduct of the Ga(...)

A woman who claims her privacy rights as a prior victim of human trafficking, slavery, sexual abuse and exploitation have been breached as a result of spending years in the direct provision system has initiated a High Court challenge to the system.

A woman who claims her privacy rights as a prior victim of human trafficking, slavery, sexual abuse and exploitation have been breached as a result of(...)

Ian Bailey’s civil action for damages over the conduct of the Garda investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier opened last November and evidence concluded earlier this month after 59 days. Photograph: Courts Collins

The jury hearing Ian Bailey’s civil action for damages over the conduct of the Garda investigation into the murder of Sophie Toscan du Plantier are du(...)

AIB has obtained €9.3 million judgment orders on consent at the Commercial Court against Galway businessmen Tom and John Nestor for borrowings by the pair. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Allied Irish Banks (AIB) has obtained €9.3 million judgment orders on consent at the Commercial Court against Galway businessmen Tom and John Nestor. (...)