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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 (...)

The debt at the centre of the winding up petition relates to a High Court judgment JEC obtained against IAL in 2011. That judgment arose from IAL’s supply to JEC of stone infill with excessive amounts of pyrite.

An application to wind up Irish Asphalt Ltd has opened before the High Court. James Elliott Construction has petitioned for appointment of a liquida(...)

A COMPANY which was sued over the supply of a defective construction material paid out €3.75 million in dividends despite facing a legal action which (...)

Demolition work as part of the Ballymun regeneration project. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

An application for the winding up of Irish Asphalt, part of the Lagan Group, for a failure to pay a €6 million court award will be made in the Commer(...)

Pyrite damage: The issue  has produced a sizeable amount of litigation.  File photograph: Frank Miller

The €6.6 million loan given by Dublin City Council, by way of Ballymun Regeneration Ltd, in 2011 to a financially straitened construction company appe(...)

James Elliott Construction Ltd was contracted to do work on the Ballymun regeneration project.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Dublin City Council gave an interest-free loan of €6.6 million to a financially straitened building company which it had contracted to do work on the(...)

Ms Justice Caroline Costello gave judgment on an application in which Irish Asphalt, Lagan Holdings and three Lagan directors claimed adequate particulars of claims of deceit had not been provided. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

James Elliott Construction Ltd must provide precise details of all tests it alleges should have been carried out at a quarry in an action over the sup(...)

 James Elliott Construction  has sued IAL for loss and damage over the sale of products containing pyrite. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A judge will rule later on claims a building company has not backed up its claims of deceit in relation to being supplied with allegedly defective inf(...)

Cracking in a house caused by the use of pyrite. Photograph: Frank Miller

A building company has failed to back up its “most serious” claims of deceit in relation to being supplied with allegedly defective infill product con(...)

A building company has sued Irish Asphalt Limited for loss and damage for alleged deceit over putting on the market an infill product. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

A building company has sued Irish Asphalt Limited for loss and damage for alleged deceit over putting on the market an infill product when it a(...)