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Dee Forbes, RTÉ director general. An Post has claimed that a crackdown on licence fee evasion would only deliver an extra €11.3 million a year.

The Swiss banking giant UBS has reduced its sake in troubled Swiss-Irish baked goods company Aryzta from 5.1 per cent to 1.9 per cent, according to th(...)

Key to the case are questions around maintenance and champerty.

The Supreme Court has been urged to overturn a ruling preventing an English company funding a legal action over the award of the State’s second mobile(...)

The Court is being asked to decide on  whether Harbour is entitled to fund the case. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

An ancient law that was dismissed as obsolete in Britain in 1967 was retained by the Government in 2007 and bars a funding arrangement in a legal clai(...)

The High Court heard that Irish law only permits third-party funding of a court case where there is some form of connection between the litigant and whoever is putting up the money

  Persona and Sigma Wireless should reveal details of a deal with a third party to fund their case against the State and Denis O’Brien, th(...)

Declan Ganley’s ability to pay the costs of the action meant the two companies did not need to put up money in advance, Mr Justice Seán Ryan ruled.

Businessman Denis O’Brien has been refused High Court orders directing two companies associated with businessman Declan Ganley to provide security for(...)

Denis O’Brien seeks to defend himself from  allegations about his conduct

The scale of the issues at stake means that the fallout from the findings of the Moriarty tribunal in relation to the 1995 second mobile phone licence(...)