Brian O’Donnell  with his son Blake. The adult O’Donnell children lost their claim that they owned Gorse Hill. Photograph: Courts Collins

A High Court judge has been asked to prevent retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell contesting a bank’s bid to prevent him trespassing on his former fami(...)

An examiner is not required to provide commercially sensitive information to bona fide potential investor. In re Ladbrokes (Irl) Ltd IEHC 381 (High C(...)

Brendan Mangan (43), with an address at Wellington Walk, Mornington Park, Co Meath, had the final 15 months of his sentence for possession of €2.3 million worth of cannabis for sale or supply suspended on Thursday. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A security guard caught with €2.3 million worth of cannabis has had his jail term cut on appeal. Brendan Mangan (43), with an address at Wellington Wa(...)

Bernard Daly was found guilty of giving false information to the Revenue Commissioners in November 2003. Photograph: Collins

An application for bail pending appeal by one of three former Anglo Irish Bank officials jailed last July, has been rejected by the Court of Appeal. B(...)

File photograph of Blaise, Blake and Alexandra  O’Donnell. File photograph: Collins Courts

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell’s adult children face questioning in court over a number of valuable gifts given to them by their parents. These in(...)

Sir Antony O’Reilly’s total indebtedness to AIB now stands at about €15 million. File photograph: David Levenson/Getty Images

A bank seeking to recover debts from Sir Anthony O’Reilly has no evidential basis for seeking a court order requiring the businessman to make further (...)

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(...)

Chief Justice Ms Justice Susan Denham speaking with  Sir Declan Morgan, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland,    following a ceremony to celebrate the start of the new law term. Photograph: Collins Courts

Ireland’s reputation is being damaged due to the continuing delay in establishing a judicial council, whose functions would include setting out a code(...)

The former Wales and Sheffield United striker Ched Evans served half the five-year sentence but has always maintained his innocence. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA Wire.

Ched Evans’s conviction for raping a 19-year-old woman has been referred to the Court of Appeal, the Criminal Cases Review Commission (CCRC) has said.(...)

 Ian Bailey: His solicitor has confirmed he has lodged an appeal against the outcome of his unsuccessful High Court action against the State in relation to his arrest over the murder of  Sophie Toscan du Plantier. Photograph: Courts Collins

The solicitor acting for journalist, Ian Bailey has confirmed that his client has lodged an appeal against the outcome of his unsuccessful High Court (...)