The hearing of a dispute between companies linked to two well known developers over the ownership of sections of Dublin’s south docks waterfront distr(...)

The companies, controlled by developer Gerry Barrett, above, are opposing the proposed schemes of arrangement.

The High Court has been asked to approve survival schemes for seven companies controlled by Galway businessman Gerry Barrett and employing more than 3(...)

A provisional liquidator has been appointed by the High Court to a small brewery on Achill Island. Mr Justice Paul Gilligan on Friday appointed chart(...)

Property developer Luke Comer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A legal dispute between two farmers and a company of billionaire brothers Luke and Brian Comer over five acres in north county Dublin has been resolve(...)

File image of Bill Cullen and Jackie Lavin leaving the Four Courts in Dublin. File photograph: Collins Courts

Jackie Lavin’s High Court action against her partner Bill Cullen and one of his companies over an alleged failure to complete a €1 million deal for th(...)

 In its proceedings against the Government, Ireland and the Attorney General, Friends of the Irish Environment says the government’s approval of the plan should be quashed on several grounds.

An environmental group has taken a High Court challenge alleging the Government’s plan intended to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change i(...)

Ben Gilroy: judge had been considering imposing community service in lieu of three months in prison. Photograph: Alan Betson

A High Court judge has referred what he described as “inconsistencies” concerning the income of the Direct Democracy Ireland party founder Ben Gilroy (...)

Two Co Dublin farmers were “trying to extort” money from a company owned by billionaire brothers Luke and Brian Comer, the High Court was told

Two Co Dublin farmers were “trying to extort” money from a company owned by billionaire brothers Luke and Brian Comer, the High Court was told on Thur(...)

The High Court case relates to Panasonic’s ‘Toughbook’ brand of specialised laptop computers used in more extreme environments than standard laptops in industries such as construction and emergency services.

Global electronic giant Panasonic has brought High Court proceedings against an Irish based firm over alleged breaches of Panasonic’s copyright and in(...)

A family living in a caravan without basic services have succeeded in reversing Donegal County Council’s decision to defer offering them social housing support. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

A family living without basic services including running water have succeeded in reversing Donegal County Council’s decision to defer offering them so(...)

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