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Ryanair DAC is seeking an injunction preventing the trade union Forsa, which is the parent union of IALPA which represents approximately 180 Dublin based pilots directly employed by the airline, from striking next week

Ryanair has asked the High Court for an order preventing its Irish-based pilots from going on strike next week. Ryanair DAC is seeking an injunction (...)

The horns at the centre of the charges are from the endangered black rhino. Photograph: iStock

A 30-year-old Irish man, wanted in the United States on charges of wildlife trafficking, including in the horns of endangered rhinoceroses, has appear(...)

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 (...)

Irish Life has brought proceedings against Philip  Green’s Arcadia Group over a lease entered into in 1987 in respect of premises on Patrick Street in Cork. Photograph: Isabel Infantes/PA Wire

A dispute between Irish Life and the UK-based fashion retail group run by Philip Green over the purported termination of a lease for a premises in Cor(...)

The late businessman Jim Mansfield snr:  A dispute between residents of  Coldwater Lakes housing estate in Saggart and  members of his family has come before the High Court.

A dispute between residents of a Co Dublin housing estate and family members of the late businessman Jim Mansfield snr has come before the High Court.(...)

Seeking the orders, Stephen Dowling, for Welink, said it was part of a group of companies involved in the solar power industry and had 87 employees.

A company involved in the renewable energy sector has secured a temporary High Court order preventing another business bringing a petition to have it (...)

  A dispute between some members of a family whose firm sells and makes jewellery, including the world-famous Claddagh rings has come before the(...)

Supermac’s founder  Pat McDonagh at the Four Courts in June. Photograph: Collins Courts

A legal dispute between Supermac’s founder Pat McDonagh and tenants of one of the fast-food chain’s outlets has been settled. As part of the settleme(...)

Father Michael O’Leary (50). Photograph: Westchester County Police Department

A Catholic priest on bail pending his trial on drug charges in the United States is not prevented from travelling to Ireland to give evidence in a dis(...)

One ex-staff member, who had been with the company for several years and worked seven days a week, is unable to get social welfare benefits, said solicitor Owen Swaine.

Former employees of a well known Galway-based pub have brought High Court proceedings arising out of the “sudden, abrupt” and allegedly unlawful termi(...)

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