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Paudie Coffey at the Four Courts during the third week of his High Court action. File photograph: Collins

Fine Gael Senator Paudie Coffey has settled his High Court action over a newspaper article which he said defamed him when he was likened to an 18th ce(...)

Claims in Ireland could amount to more than €200 million, depending on how many of the hauliers are still in business. Photograph: Mikael Sjoberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Thousands of Irish truck owners who bought vehicles between 1997 and 2011 may begin compensation action through the Irish courts against manufacturers(...)

Jeni Glasgow and Reuven Diaz of Eastern Seaboard restaurant and Brown Hound Bakery in Drogheda, where Baker Tilly accountant Sarah Jane O’Keeffe has just been appointed as interim examiner. Photograph: Barry Cronin

Accountant Sarah Jane O’Keeffe became the Republic’s first female examiner yesterday when the courts appointed her to the high-profile Eastern Seaboar(...)

Lough Hyne, near Skibbereen, Co Cork, is one of the Natura sites which could be impacted by discharges from the proposed plastics plant,  according to SOS chairman Brendan McCarthy

Campaigners against the proposed plastic factory in Skibbereen, Co Cork have welcomed the High Court ruling to quash planning permission. They expres(...)

The receivers had claimed the €15.5 million was due under a 2010 settlement between Dunnes and Point Village Development Ltd

Dunnes Stores has lost its appeal over orders requiring it to pay €15.5 million to the receivers of a company of businessman Harry Crosbie so as to co(...)

The president of the High Court has ruled only a redacted version of the first report of the inspectors investigating Independent News & Media can, at this stage, be disclosed to INM, the Central Bank, and others, including ex INM chairman Leslie Buckley

The president of the High Court has ruled that only a redacted version of the first report of the inspectors investigating Independent News & Medi(...)

An alleged US cocaine dealer f  has asked the Criminal Assets Bureau to donate the money it seized from him 19 years ago to charity. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

An alleged cocaine dealer from Texas has asked the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) to donate the money it seized from him 19 years ago to charity. Edwar(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin.

A High Court judge has lamented the fact no woman has been appointed as an examiner to any company since examinership was introduced here almost 30 ye(...)

Giving the COA decision, Ms Justice Costello said the appeals would add further years of delay

The Court of Appeal has struck out, as an abuse of process, appeals against damages awarded to dozens of Portuguese workers who claimed they lived in (...)

The Local Area Plan, drawn up by the council, involves converting the 45 hectares of farmland to housing. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images

The financing of 1,150 new homes in west Dublin would be seriously affected by a delay arising from a legal challenge to a local plan for the site, it(...)

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