Denis O’Brien launched his legal action against Red Flag, which had assembled the contents of a USB stick containing files about him.

The latest judicial rebuff to Denis O’Brien’s efforts to crack open - on his terms - the Red Flag Consulting case may finally signal the beginning of (...)

Martin Coyne of Digitpol, a company which has been  used by Denis O’Brien in his case against Red Flag.

Businessman Denis O’Brien has dropped a private investigator from the resources he says he will deploy in his appeal against a High Court judgment in (...)

Denis O’Brien’s lawyers got the imaging orders at the High Court last November as part of their preparations for the full hearing of his case against Red Flag and various executives and staff alleging defamation and conspiracy. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

An appeal over orders granted to Denis O’Brien requiring some Red Flag Consulting staff and executives to hand over personal computers and devices us(...)

EU commissioner Phil Hogan pictured leaving the Four Courts on Tuesday  after he received an apology from TV3 and Associated Newspapers following his  High Court action. Photograph: Collins

EU Agriculture and Rural Development Commissioner, and former government Minister Phil Hogan, has received an apology, undisclosed damages and costs u(...)

Speaking with the protection of Oireachtas privilege, Catherine  Murphy TD disclosed Denis  Mr O’Brien told the IBRC  he would guarantee repayment of a €5 million loan to Paddy McKillen if the bank would give Mr McKillen the money.   File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Billionaire Denis O’Brien offered to guarantee a £5 million loan that had been sought by businessman Paddy McKillen from the Irish Bank Resolution Co(...)

The  damages to be paid to Shane Travers (31), of Ardilaun Park, Portmarnock, Co Dublin, are understood to be substantial. Photograph:Collins Courts

The Sunday World has apologised and agreed to pay undisclosed damages, to a Bank of Ireland employee under a settlement of his legal action alleging d(...)

A selfie from Cllr Paddy Meade, who brought defamation proceedings against Mr O’Connor.

A Fine Gael activist has apologised to a Fine Gael Cllr at the High Court over a text message which wrongly alleged the Cllr’s tax affairs were “not i(...)

Lawyers for businessman Denis O’Brien are seeking  a date as soon as possible to hear an application for discovery of nine categories of documents as part of a case against  Red Flag.

Lawyers for businessman Denis O’Brien have told the High Court he is continuing to suffer harm as a result of alleged defamation of him by the Red Fla(...)

Denis O’Brien: The businessman’s legal team had been given to February 19th to provide a comprehensive affidavit addressing the issues raised. Photograph: The Irish Times

Lawyers for businessman Denis O’Brien have been given more time to provide a sworn statement concerning the custody of a USB computer memory stick con(...)

A High Court jury found Garda Oliver Cully (55), who works on protection duty at Arás an Uactaráin, was falsely imprisoned and assaulted by members of the gardaí in the incident after Garda Cully left a night club on early on April 24th, 2004. Photograph: Courts Collins.

A Garda who sued the State after he said he was rugby tackled to the ground when off duty, handcuffed and arrested after querying the price of a taxi (...)

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