The proceedings by Stapleford Finance Designated Activity Company, Victoria Buildings, Haddington Road, Dublin, against Mr Kearney, Bedford House, Bedford Street, Belfast, were admitted on Monday to the fast-track Commercial Court by Mr Justice Brian McGovern.

A fund is pursuing Northern Ireland developer Patrick Kearney for €16 million in summary judgment orders at the Commercial Court. The dispute centres(...)

Members of  ACT UP DUBLIN, at the Department of Health, calling on government  to address  HIV crisis. Photograph: Eric Luke

A campaign by Ireland’s gay and transgender community for access to cheaper drugs to treat and prevent HIV has received a major boost, after pharma gi(...)

Broadcaster Gay Byrne, who  with his wife and two daughters is facing a legal action from a financial fund relating to a €1 million loan provided by Bank of Scotland Ireland in 2007. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

A financial fund is seeking €1.2 million judgment orders against a partnership comprised of broadcaster Gay Byrne, his wife and their two daughters. (...)

A fund is entitled to summary judgment orders totalling almost €8m against John Hughes, a former head of business banking at AIB in Eyre Square, Galway, his wife and former Anglo Irish Bank executive director Tom Browne, the High Court has ruled

A fund is entitled to summary judgment orders totalling almost €8 million against John Hughes, a former head of business banking at AIB in Eyre Square(...)

The Four Courts. When the case taken by Davy Target Investments came before Mr Justice Brian McGovern at the Commercial Court on Friday, he agreed to fast-track it. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Solas, the State further education and training authority, is being sued at the Commercial Court in an effort to compel the carrying out of repair wor(...)

Music Nations Network has taken legal proceedings over alleged breach of agreements. Photograph: iStock

Music Nations Network, which owns and operates channels on YouTube on which it publishes music videos, has taken legal proceedings over alleged breach(...)

The Long Stone Pub on Townsend Street, in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A dispute over a publican’s alleged unlawful occupation of the Long Stone pub in Dublin’s city centre could delay the planned sale and redevelopment o(...)

Paul Horn, a director of Balark, said developer Johnny Ronan (pictured) had bought the freehold interest in the affected lots in June 2015 but in September 2015, Mr Ronan’s lawyers said he was no longer the owner. Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

A company behind a planned €100 million commercial and residential development in Dublin’s south docks waterfront district says the project continues (...)

Ben Gilroy: judge had been considering imposing community service in lieu of three months in prison. Photograph: Alan Betson

A High Court judge has referred what he described as “inconsistencies” concerning the income of the Direct Democracy Ireland party founder Ben Gilroy (...)

Ms Justice Caroline Costello was told that the only reason Hollywood Landfill, at The Naul, Co Dublin, accepted the waste was because the defendants allegedly produced documents and information mis-describing it as non-hazardous

The Spencer Dock Development Company, PJ Hegarty and Sons and Barnmore Demolition and Civil Engineering transferred hazardous waste to a North Dublin (...)

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