The Four Courts Monday January 28 2008File photos from the Four Courts for Law Matters . Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

The High Court has ruled there should be further disclosure of documentation in advance of a trademark infringement case being taken against an Irish (...)

 Leslie Buckley is a backer of the   Limerick health supplements company along with Sean Corkery.   Photograph: Alan Betson

Nualtra, a Limerick health supplements company backed by businessmen Leslie Buckley and Sean Corkery, is amending its counterclaim against a UK rival (...)

Jeremy Hunt: his handling of the dispute was discribed as “the political equivalent of pouring oil on to a blazing fire”.  Photograph: Neil Hall/PA Wire

Hospitals in England have cancelled more than 12,500 operations and over 110,000 outpatient appointments today and tomorrow as junior doctors go on a(...)

Theresa May: says she is “no fan” of the EU’s charter of fundamental rights or the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice. Photograph: Will Oliver/EPA

Britain should leave the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and not the European Union, home secretary Theresa May has said. Ms May said that(...)

Photograph: Thinkstock

PROBLEM: I dropped out of college in in October 2015 and have now decided to go back to college this September. I want to do either general or psychi(...)

Competition and Markets Authority says investigation shows determination to take enforcement action against illegal anti-competitive practices

Drug giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and a number of generic pharmaceuticals firms have been fined €45 million for anti-competitive practices. The fine w(...)

The Social Democrats launch their manifesto on O’Connell Street. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

George HW Bush used to refer disdainfully to the “vision thing”, acknowledging the charge that he lacked an overarching idea of what he wanted to achi(...)

Charlie Macedo-Box can now eat ‘real food’ since he began taking the drug, Kuvan.

The life of Charlie Macedo- Box (11) and his family has been “dramatically different” since he started taking the first drug developed to help in the (...)

Kainos chief executive Brendan Mooney

Belfast-based IT firm Kainos Software has disposed of its stake in the speed recognition company SpeechStorm for £2 million. San Francisco-based Gen(...)

A protest about the number of people on hospital trolleys: the focus of attention on the immediate trolley problem and the need for quick fixes have made it difficult to solve some of the underlying problems in health. Photograph: Frank Miller

A number of theories feature in the economics literature to explain how the public service operates. Some suggest public servants manoeuvre to maximis(...)

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