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The Four Courts in Dublin. James Elliott Construction has ended two legal cases against Lagan Group subsidiary Irish Asphalt. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

James Elliott Construction (JEC) has ended two cases against Lagan Group subsidiary Irish Asphalt arising from a dispute over pyrite damage after the (...)

Three students with learning disabilities have settled actions aimed at securing reader assistants for the Leaving Cert. File photograph: Peter Thursfield/The Irish Times

Three students with learning disabilities have settled their legal actions aimed at securing reader assistants for the Leaving Cert exams starting nex(...)

Transgender woman Lydia Foy has effectively settled her long-running action against the State aimed at securing a birth certificate in her acquired female gender. Photograph: Frank Miller/The
Irish Times

Transgender woman Lydia Foy has effectively settled her long-running action against the State aimed at securing a birth certificate in her acquired fe(...)

Gayle Killilea Dunne: the paining ‘King and Queen’ was seized during a raid on a house in Co Kildare, the court heard. Photograph: Collins Courts

Gayle Killilea Dunne, wife of developer Seán Dunne, is in dispute with the trustee administering her husband’s Irish bankruptcy over the ownership of(...)

In a statement, Siac said “until this matter is resolved the company continues to trade normally with extended court protection”.

Building group Siac has said it intends to continue trading normally pending the outcome of a last-minute appeal that threatens to overturn a H(...)

A last-minute challenge to court approval for a survival scheme for key companies in construction giant SIAC has placed the companies and the jobs of 219 employees “in peril”, the Supreme Court was told today.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

A last-minute challenge to court approval for a survival scheme for key companies in construction giant SIAC has placed the companies and the j(...)

Bankrupt developer Sean Dunne has initiated a legal challenge over the seizure of documents and other material from a Co Kildare property. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times.

Bankrupt developer Sean Dunne has initiated a legal challenge over the seizure of documents and other material, believed to include a number of painti(...)

Jim Flavin:  at a  DCC annual general meeting

The background No less than 10 years passed between the unlawful transactions at the heart of the DCC insider dealing affair in February 2000 and the (...)

 Property developer Sean Dunne.

Bankrupt developer Sean Dunne has told the High Court he “cannot currently conceive” of any circumstances where he would return to Ireland and instead(...)

Michael Fingleton and Michael Walsh, Chairman at an Irish Nationwide Building Society agm in 2002. Photograph: Eric Luke.

Michael Fingleton should have been summarily dismissed from his position as chief executive of the Irish Nationwide Building Society as far back as 20(...)