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Denis O’Brien: claims he has been defamed. Photograph: David Sleator

Businessman Denis O’Brien is to appeal to the Supreme Court to force Red Flag Consulting to reveal the identity of the client for whom it composed a (...)

Fianna Fáil leader Micheal Martin must judge whether he wants to run the risk of pulling down the Government on the issue. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

As expected, Sinn Féin has tabled a motion of no confidence in the Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald, to be taken next week. Following leaders questions th(...)

Customers outside a Bank of Scotland (Ireland) branch in Dublin in 2010. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A High Court judge wants the Court of Appeal to decide significant legal issues “clearly of considerable public importance” potentially affecting hund(...)

Blackrock Hospital Ltd was incorporated in 1982 and owns the share capital of Blackrock Clinic Ltd, co-founded in 1986 by Dr Sheehan with his fellow surgeons James Sheehan and Maurice Nelligan, and Dr George Duffy. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A High Court judge has said Larry Goodman’s company Breccia had not come to court “with clean hands”, in a judgment relating to its long-running litig(...)

Developer Gerry Barrett: employees at his hotels, cinema and retail park stand to keep their jobs under a rescue plan involving new investor Waltzfire.

All 330 workers in developer Gerry Barrett’s hotels, cinema and retail park stand to keep their jobs under a rescue plan involving a new investor, Wal(...)

G Hotel: the five-star Galway hotel was part of a group of companies with debts of more than €690 million

The examiner of seven companies controlled by the Galway businessman Gerry Barrett has secured High Court orders permitting him to enter an agreement (...)

The woman sought asylum due to  fears of persecution, as the widow of a leader of an anti-government militia, if she returned to Nigeria. Photograph: Getty Images

A woman who claimed her husband was shot dead by pro-government supporters in Nigeria some years ago has won her appeal over being refused refugee sta(...)

Victims of sexual offences formed the largest category (38 per cent) of people seeking reasons for non-prosecution

The State is increasingly willing to take appeals against the leniency of certain prison sentences, newly released figures show. Since 1993 it has be(...)

The Government has nominated a number of senior judges to positions, though two vacancies on the Supreme Court remain outstanding. It has also nomin(...)

A man who was sexually abused as a child by a neighbour has been awarded €200,000 damages by the High Court.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

A man who was sexually abused as a child by a neighbour has been awarded €200,000 damages by the High Court. Cian McCarthy was aged just seven when (...)

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