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The Central Bank offices in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank and Revenue have paid out €59 million in fees to legal and accountancy service providers since the start of 2018. New figures provid(...)

The case is due to return to the Commercial Court in July.

A fund has taken proceedings against a number of solicitors with law firm Byrne Wallace in their capacity as lessees of the premises from which it ope(...)

A law firm’s decision to make one of its associate solicitors redundant is ‘a sham’, it has been claimed in the High Court. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien.

A law firm’s decision to make one of its associate solicitors redundant is “a sham”, it has been claimed in the High Court. Laurence Kearney, of The(...)

 Martin O’Malley: left Byrne Wallace’s managing partner, Catherine Guy, in a bit of a pickle.  Photograph: Win McNamee/Getty Images

When Martin O’Malley, the former Baltimore mayor and one-time Maryland governor, cancelled a planned trip to Ireland earlier in the week following the(...)

The State currently owns 99.8 per cent of AIB, 99.2 per cent of PTSB and about 15 per cent of Bank of Ireland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Department of Finance is looking to hire consultants to advise it on strategic options for the State’s shareholdings in AIB, Bank of Ireland and P(...)

Give staff time to work on ideas: more companies are giving staff time away from the daily grind to work on projects

Albert Einstein had it right when he said: “We cannot solve our problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” The transla(...)

2 Grand Canal Square: William Fry to occupy about 9,290sq m (100,000sq ft)

Leading law firm William Fry is expected to complete legal contracts shortly which will allow it to relocate to a high quality office building beside (...)

ESB workers aboprotesting about their pensions outside the ESB headquarters in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Eric Luke

ESB workers are likely to begin legal action against the State-owned energy company within days as the row over a €1.6 billion shortfall in their pens(...)

The Supreme Court’s judgment addresses important issues about applying a defence of contributory negligence and the duties of banks to shareholders (not to others) in advancing loans, including to investigate the financial standing of borrowers. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The Supreme Court has ruled the High Court must reconsider its dismissal of contributory negligence by KBC Bank over multimillion losses suffered by i(...)

LogMeIn announced in November that it would create 50 jobs in Dublin by establishing its European operations here as part of an IDA-supp(...)