On Thursday members of the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau arrested two suspects for conspiracy to defraud the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland (MIBI), which compensates victims of uninsured and untraced drivers. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Gardaí carrying out a criminal investigation into a bogus personal injury claim are seeking to charge the failed claimant with swearing false affidavi(...)

Mohammed Noman Khan leaving the Four Courts  after a Circuit Civil Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former taxi driver’s personal injury claims for up to €120,000 have been thrown out by a judge, who told him his case had been a waste of court time(...)

Mr Justice Frank Clarke, has sharply rejected comments by a Fine Gael Minister which were seen by judges as an attempt to interfere with their approach to personal injury claims. Photograph: Tom Honan.

The Chief Justice, Mr Justice Frank Clarke, has sharply rejected comments by a Fine Gael Minister Michael D’Arcy which were seen by judges as an attem(...)

David Darcy pictured at the Four Courts  on Tuesday. Photograph: Collins Courts

Two brothers, one of whom is blind, on Tuesday lost the €650,000 home they bought together in 2009 after debt on their joint mortgage spiralled to jus(...)

AIB Mortgage Bank is seeking to repossess a property in Dublin belonging to   MEP Mick Wallace. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

There is no sustainable solution to politician Mick Wallace’s debt that doesn’t involve his residence in Clontarf, Dublin, being sold, a court heard o(...)

File photograph of Pamela Flood in her Clontarf home. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Restaurateur Ronan Ryan and his former Miss Ireland wife Pamela Flood, had never heard of the personal insolvency regime when they both signed a conse(...)

The High Court has refused to put a stay on a vulture fund’s legal permission to repossess the Clontarf home of Pamela Flood (above) and her husband Ronan Ryan. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Pamela Flood, her husband Ronan Ryan and their family are still at risk this weekend of being put on the street by the Dublin City Sheriff after a Hig(...)

Pamela Flood and her husband Ronan Ryan (not pictured) have their young children living in the €900,000 house at 136 Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3. File photograph: Dave Meehan

Former Miss Ireland Pamela Flood and her husband, restaurateur Ronan Ryan, could be facing imprisonment within the next 48 hours for breaching court o(...)

Judge Jacqueline Linnane was told earlier this month that Ronan Ryan and his wife Pamela Flood (above), a former Miss Ireland, had not paid a cent off their mortgage on the Clontarf property for nine years and had then only made a single payment in February. File photograph: Dave Meehan

Restaurateur Ronan Ryan, husband of former RTÉ presenter Pamela Flood, has won the first round in a fresh legal battle against a US private equity fun(...)

A judge has dismissed five fraudulent damages claims for up to €300,000. Photograph: Stock image

A Minister has called on the legal profession to warn its members that fraudulent cases will not be tolerated. Michael D’Arcy, the Minister of State (...)

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