Gavin Sheridan

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Former editor of the Sunday Business Post, Ian Kehoe at the Four Courts. Photograph: Collins Courts

Articles which included Denis O’Brien among 22 men named as the 22 biggest borrowers from Irish banks in 2008 were not a “contrivance” to “blacken” hi(...)

Businessman Denis O’Brien arriving at the Four Courts for his High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

Denis O’Brien has told a High Court jury his spokesman contacted the Sunday Independent following an article it published in 2012 about borrowings of (...)

“In the past year or so we’ve seen the legal market’s understanding of the strengths as well as limitations of AI mature in a very constructive way.”

Did you hear the one about the affordable yet efficient human lawyer and its robot counterpart? One is complete myth and will never happen while the o(...)

The judge dismissed an appeal by the Minister  over a determination that a contract to manage and operate fibre optic cable networks in Ireland’s towns and cities should be made available following a FOI request

The High Court has dismissed a Minister’s challenge to the Information Commissioner’s decision a journalist was entitled to commercial information abo(...)

Information Commissioner Peter Tyndall found An Garda Síochána was justified in refusing access to information on the use of Garda aircraft. Photograph: The Irish Times

A request for a Garda station electricity bill and information about the use of a Garda helicopter were among the appeals that came before the Commiss(...)

Enda Kenny: got his “spake” in first without his detractors being in a position to challenge his version of events. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Fennelly report arrived into Government Buildings on Monday night. It was 280 pages but it did not arrive as hard copy. It came as a USB key fob w(...)

Nama has lost a key Freedom of Information case at the Supreme Court. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A five judge Supreme Court has unanimously rejected arguments by the National Asset Management Agency that it is not a public authority subject to fre(...)

Cameras are brandished by both sides as water charge protesters gather outside the Labour Party conference in Killarney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The campaign against water charges has become the first popular protest in Ireland to make widespread use of social media – especially video channe(...)

Earlier this week, we published an article detailing the number of Dáil debates and committee meetings in which TDs had spoken during 2014.The piece a(...)

The long-awaited Banking Inquiry kicks off with Peter Nyberg this morning. The Irish Times business desk will be reporting on this throughout the day

Good morning The ESRI has waded into the debate on mortgage limits saying the Central Bank may be moving to soon. The think tank also predicts (...)

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