The Commercial Court has granted summary judgment against a businessman over a €1.8 million loan. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Commercial Court has granted summary judgment against a businessman over a €1.8 million loan towards the purchase of a one-acre site at Mill Lane,(...)

A solicitor in the law firm of Gerald Kean (pictured) has told the High Court the firm made no “mistake” and did nothing wrong in its handling of the redemption of loans made by the EBS to a woman concerning two properties in Waterford

A solicitor in Gerald Kean’s law firm has told the High Court the firm made no “mistake” and did nothing wrong in its handling of the redemption of lo(...)

Joan Collins lost her Supreme Court challenge to court ruling on the legality of the  €31 billion promissory. Photograph: Collins Courts

A Supreme Court ruling today means the State will pay the bulk of the costs of Independent TD Joan Collins’ failed case over the Minister for Finance’(...)

At the end of December, the group’s mortgage portfolio before impairments stood at €12.6 billion, of which €12.4 billion was for residential loans. Photograph: Bloomberg

AIB subsidiary EBS generated a pretax profit of €223 million last year, up 50 per cent compared to the €148 million recorded in 2014. The former Educ(...)

Independent TD Joan Collins is appealing against a three judge High Court’s rejection of her challenge to the issuing of some €31bn promissory notes to Anglo, Irish Nationwide Building Society and Educational Building Society.

A law enacted at the height of the financial crisis in 2008 gave the Minister for Finance power to give financial support to credit institutions and t(...)

Mick Wallace is facing an application in the Commercial Court for a €2 million summary judgment from the Promontoria (Aran) Ltd fund. Photograph: Eric Luke

A former government minister and an entire Dáil committee are among the names featuring in the Four Courts lists in the opening law term of 2016. W(...)

The EBS  company headquarters in Dublin. The banking inquiry has heard that the company did not consult its auditors on its move into commercial and development property lending. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Educational Building Society (EBS) auditors were not consulted about the financial institution’s move into commercial and development property lendin(...)

Seeking the State’s High Court costs against the TD today, Michael McDowell SC said he accepted the issues raised by Joan Collins TD (above) were important and, had she won, there would have been “huge consequences” for the State. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

The State has urged the High Court to award substantial legal costs against United Left TD Joan Collins because she has decided to appeal against the (...)

Counsel for Joan Collins TD (pictured) said she had yet to decide if she would appeal the dismissal of her case against the payment of promissory notes linked to Anglo Irish Bank and EBS to the Supreme Court. Photograph: Collins.

The State has made clear it will seek substantial legal costs against United Left Alliance TD Joan Collins if she appeals to the Supreme Court against(...)

Anglo Irish Bank was by 2010 in State ownership and the State’s “problem”, and allowing it to collapse was not an option, Michael McDowell SC told the High Court today. Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The Minister for Finance had to issue a €25 billion promissory note in 2010 to recapitalise Anglo Irish Bank because that was vitally necessary for th(...)

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