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Google argues it has not used the Team Drives term in a trademark sense. Photograph: AP

A German software company has asked the High Court for Europe-wide injunctions preventing alleged trademark infringement by internet giant Google. T(...)

The court heard the man was convicted and jailed in France for several years for terrorist offences

The Supreme Court has provisionally fixed May 31st to hear an appeal by a man, alleged to have links to Islamic terrorism, against his removal from th(...)

Ulster Bank accused the manager of applying a substantially higher than normal interest rate to a €100,000 savings account held by her parents

An action by a bank manager who was suspended pending a disciplinary investigation has settled at the High Court. Clodagh Kinsella sued Ulster Bank (...)

People were promised significant returns on the money they invested in the scheme File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) applied on Tuesday to sell several cars, motorbikes, jewellery and other assets, worth €500,000 in total, which belon(...)

In the High Court, Mr Justice Paul Gilligan noted Irish Rail seemed to have a “zero-tolerance” policy on failure of its random breath test for alcohol. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A clerical officer working for 37 years with Irish Rail is challenging the company’s decision to dismiss her on safety grounds after failing a random (...)

Mr Justice Seamus Noonan dismissed several actions brought by people representing themselves aimed at challenging repossession orders.

A High Court judge has criticised the quality of certain legal advice being given to persons representing themselves in challenges to repossession ord(...)

Apollo House on Poolbeg Street, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The High Court has dismissed an application by the occupiers of Apollo House in Dublin city centre for an extra week before they have to leave the bu(...)

Gardai will no longer be excluded from the EU Working Time Directive, which states workers should be  entitled to take a break if their shift exceeds six hours.  Photograph: Frank Miller

A legal action by two gardai has been resolved following a Cabinet commitment to remove the blanket exclusion of members of An Garda Síochána and the(...)

A march and rally held earlier this month in support of Apple’s €850 million data centre project for Athenry. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

A second legal challenge to permission for an Apple data centre in Co Galway is to be fast-tracked in the Commercial Court. In judicial review proce(...)

American Apparel on Grafton Street, Dublin, where a liquidator has been appointed. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The High Court has appointed a provisional liquidator to the American Apparel clothing retailer in Dublin city centre. Mr Justice Paul Gilligan appoi(...)

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