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John Waters and Gemma O’Doherty arrive at the High Court in Dublin on Wednesday May 6th. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA

The High Court will rule on Wednesday on the application by John Waters and Gemma O’Doherty for permission to challenge laws introduced due to the Cov(...)

All other options were considered, including entering examinership, the court was told. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The High Court has appointed joint provisional liquidators to a Dublin-based office supplies wholesaler employing more than 40 people. On Friday, Ms (...)

The High Court has heard of hope that the jobs of some employed by the Irish arm of fashion retailer Laura Ashley can be saved following the acquisition of its UK parent. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The High Court has heard of hope that the jobs of some employed by the Irish arm of fashion retailer Laura Ashley can be saved following the acquisiti(...)

Supporters of the Debenhams workers protest at the Four Courts in Dublin

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of joint liquidators to the Irish arm of Debenhams. Debenhams Retail Ireland had operated 11 stores in (...)

Usit Ireland specialised in US summer work and related travel programmes. Photograph: Martin Barraud

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of liquidators to companies in the well-known Usit student travel group. The firms, which employed some(...)

Debenhams denied accusations that it was cynically using the Covid-19 pandemic as an excuse to shut down its Irish stores. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The High Court has appointed joint provisional liquidators to the Irish arm of Debenhams. The provisional liquidators were appointed on Thursday morn(...)

The High Court  judge made his comments in a ruling that approved a personal insolvency arrangement which has  allowed a 51-year-old man  write off debts of almost €300,000.

A High Court judge has criticised the “all too common” practice of practitioners copying and pasting paragraphs from court papers in other cases witho(...)

The courts cannot approve ‘debt-for-equity swaps’ in personal insolvency arrangements without consent of the relevant secured creditor, a High Court judge has found.

Significant legislative changes are needed to allow “debt-for-equity swap” solutions for insolvent personal debtors facing difficulties repaying their(...)

Galway Clinic: the judge’s  order was made in ongoing injunction proceedings brought by three companies involved in a dispute over shares in the Galway private hospital.

A High Court judge has directed US-based businessman and medical doctor Joseph Sheehan Snr to provide a sworn statement setting out details of the pur(...)

IGB chief financial officer Michael Murnane is alleged to have inadequately managed company bank accounts to the extent overdraft interest of €14,000-€21,000 was incurred. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The chief financial officer with the Irish Greyhound Board claims that a disciplinary process brought against him by his employer is flawed, lacks ind(...)

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