Broadcaster  Gay Byrne, pictured in 2015. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A dispute between a financial fund and a partnership comprising broadcaster Gay Byrne, his wife Kathleen and their two daughters has been settled. Fe(...)

 Counsel said Paul Howard and Una McClean, who are believed to be a couple, jointly owe Promontoria (Oyster) DAC €1.4m while Mr Howard owes an additional €400,000. File photograph: Pádraig O’Reilly

A fund-appointed receiver has obtained injunctions against the owners of several Dublin properties following reports last weekend that tenants were fo(...)

Canada Life claims a former head of asset administration with the insurer removed “significant and highly confidential information” shortly before moving to a new job with a different firm.

Insurance group Canada Life has claimed before the High Court that a former senior executive has unlawfully removed “significant and highly confidenti(...)

Mr Dowling BL, for Repak ELT, said the defendant  has continued to collect tyres which it is not entitled to do. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government approved body operating the national tyre recycling scheme has taken proceedings against a tyre collection firm on grounds alleging it (...)

A hospital has secured emergency High Court orders allowing it to feed a  woman suffering from anorexia nervosa through a nasal gastric tube. File photograph: Getty Images

A hospital has secured emergency High Court orders allowing it to feed “a critically ill” young woman suffering from anorexia nervosa through a nasal (...)

Wendy Tweed was initially denied permission for a 4ft high post-and-wire boundary fence and hedge around the former Hair O the Dog pub in Moville, Co Donegal. File photograph: Getty Images

A mother of two, who was prohibited by the planning authorities from planting a hedge around her Co Donegal home for the safety of her children, has w(...)

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(...)

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