The court heard that the chief concern of the protesters was the fall in the price of Irish beef due to market forces related to Brexit and an increased supply of beef in Europe.

The owners of up to a dozen meat plants have on Tuesday been granted temporary High Court injunctions restraining groups of protesters from blockading(...)

The La Stampa hotel on Dawson Street, Dublin. Before resuming his evidence on Friday, former owner Louis Murray confirmed an apology made by his lawyer to the court on his behalf over calling the receiver ‘a thug’. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray has told the High Court he had not sought to deceive a bank to whom he owed €19.8 million by not tellin(...)

Louis Murray is suing AIB and a receiver the bank appointed over 35/36 Dawson Street, which housed Murray’s La Stampa restaurant, a hotel and bar

Former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray instructed his lawyer to apologise for comments made by Mr Murray about a bank-appointed receiver, incl(...)

Druids Glen Golf Club Ltd (DGGC), which owns and operates the Druid’s Glen Golf Course, sought court protection two weeks ago. The adjoining Druids Glen five star hotel, and a second 18 hole course, the ‘Druids Heath Golf Course’, are not part of the examinership process.

A fund is opposing an application to appoint an examiner to one of Ireland’s top golf courses, the High Court has heard. Druids Glen Golf Club Ltd (D(...)

Brian O’Cathain, Chief Executive Officer of  Petroceltic: the High Court appointed an interim examiner to the exploration company on Tuesday

The High Court has appointed an interim examiner to troubled exploration company Petroceltic and two related firms. Mr Justice Brian McGovern appoin(...)

An insolvent concrete and quarrying company is to go into receivership after efforts to come up with a survival plan failed, the High Court has been told

An insolvent concrete and quarrying company is to go into receivership after efforts to come up with a survival plan failed, the High Court has been t(...)

 SIAC Construction Ltd and eight related companies, including the ultimate parent company in the 100-year-old giant construction group, have secured court protection to allow for preparation of a survival scheme. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

SIAC Construction Ltd and eight related companies, including the ultimate parent company in the 100-year-old giant construction group, have secured co(...)

Developer Seán Dunne: he was clearly aware of the proceedings and had done everything to thwart them, counsel for Ulster Bank said. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Developer Seán Dunne has been declared bankrupt by the High Court over his failure to discharge a judgment of some €163 million obtained against him o(...)

A file photograph of property developer Seán Dunne. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times.

Ulster Bank is pushing ahead with bankruptcy proceedings in Ireland against developer Seán Dunne over his failure to satisfy a €164 million judgment.T(...)