Scales of justice:  the claim by Tom Keane, former president of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants, was struck out on agreement of both sides. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

An action by a former president of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants has been struck out by agreement at the High Court. The case by Tom K(...)

Keith Doyle,  originally of McKelvey Avenue, Finglas, Dublin,   at the Four Courts on Thursday during his High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A baggage handler who claimed he suffered an electric shock when he plugged his baggage truck in for charging near the runway at Dublin Airport has su(...)

A dispute over the issuing of jarvey licences in Killarney has opened at the High Court. Killarney Jaunting Cars Ltd (KJC) has sued over the local co(...)

The Supreme Court has dismissed  an appeal by Eileen  Gunning, formerly of Chrysanthemum Cottage, Blacklion, Greystones, against High Court orders dismissing her case as an abuse of process and restraining her bringing further litigation over the cottage without High Court permission. File photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A woman’s lengthy legal battle for possession of a cottage near Greystones, Co Wicklow, has been halted by the Supreme Court. The court also made ord(...)

European Union  data protection supervisor Giovanni Buttarelli. Photograph: European Parliament

A ruling by Europe’s top court invalidating certain data transfers to the US is a “signal from the EU” that citizens’ data must be respected, the Euro(...)

Siac was restructured in February last year after its owners, the Feighery family, along with a group of other shareholders, invested €10.5 million in the business as part of a rescue plan put together by High Court-appointed examiner, Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

Building and engineering group, Siac, earned profits of €1.3 million in the months following its restructuring in early 2014, figures just released sh(...)

Michelle Morrison  arriving at the Four Courts with her daughter, Claudia and her sister Laura for the continuation of a High Court hearing. Photograph: Collins Courts

An architect who represented singer Van Morrison and his wife Michelle during negotiations over the redevelopment of their neighbours’ Dalkey home tol(...)

Tom Keane, a senior partner in Dublin accountancy firm BKRM, is seeking a court order to have the findings of a CPA disciplinary panel overturned. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

A former president of the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) institute is engaged in a High Court action with the organisation over findings of profe(...)

“For those of us who have successfully navigated a route through the opaque waters of promotion in Trinity, there is a tendency to then look away.”

The decline in Trinity’s overall standing in the latest world university rankings, and the fall in its standing relative to other Irish universities, (...)

Michelle Morrison, wife of singer Van Morrison, leaving the High Court in Dublin. Photograph: Collins Courts

An architect has told the High Court that he agreed with another architect representing neighbours of Michelle Morrison, wife of singer Van Morrison, (...)