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Court of Appeal has rejected a pre-trial appeal by Protégé International Group (Cyprus) Ltd and Avalon International Management Inc over costs security for their High Court case.

Two companies involved in bottling and distributing international spirits brands must provide €1 million security for legal costs in their action alle(...)

Same-sex marriage became legal in Northern Ireland in January,  bringing it into line with the rest of the UK and Republic of Ireland.   Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Gay couples faced unjustified discrimination while denied the opportunity to marry in Northern Ireland, the Court of Appeal in Belfast has ruled. But(...)

Cardinal George Pell leaves HM Prison Barwon, in Anakie, Victoria, Australia, on Tuesday. Photograph: EPA

Pope Francis has recalled the “persecution that Jesus suffered” and has prayed for those who suffer “unjust sentences” hours after Australia’s highest(...)

Property developer Michael O’Flynn, pictured leaving the Four Courts last year. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Court of Appeal has dismissed a challenge by Patrick Cox and others against a ruling that they cannot get access to documents held by companies li(...)

Ms Justice Mary Irvine, on behalf of a five-judge Supreme Court, dismissed the Italian company’s further appeal. Photograph: iStock

No new evidence can be admitted in a lengthy trademark dispute between an Irish company and an Italian firm over the fashion brand name Diesel, the Su(...)

Ana Kriegel was found dead in a derelict farmhouse outside Lucan, Co Dublin, on May 14th, 2018

Lawyers representing one of the boys convicted of murdering schoolgirl Ana Kriegel have submitted documents relating to an appeal against his convicti(...)

 Companies linked to  Michael O’Flynn are suing  Patrick Cox, Liam Foley, Eoghan Kearney and others, claiming that they earned a €12.5 million profit on a student accommodation project at the property business’s expense. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The State’s National Asset Management Agency (Nama) received just £340,000 (€390,760 ) from the O’Flynn group’s sale of two British properties that we(...)

 The “cure” involved a rubber ball, filled with carbolic acid, the fumes of which users inhaled to flush any badness out of their systems. Photograph: iStock

When advertisers make grandiose claims for a product, suggesting it will increase your longevity or make you sexually irresistible, or whatever, they (...)

Mabel Chah from Cameroon with Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan  at a citizenship ceremony in the INEC, Killarney on December 9th. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Some 5,000 people from 135 countries are set to be sworn in as Irish citizens next week. The 5,000 candidates, including people from the UK, Poland, (...)

Passenger aircraft preparing to land at London’s Heathrow Airport. Photograph: Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS / AFP

Campaigners have won a Court of Appeal ruling against the UK government on environmental grounds over plans for a proposed £14 billion (€16.4 billion)(...)

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