The Iveagh Markets in Francis Street, Dublin. Arthur Edward Rory Guinness, whose ancestor the First Earl of Iveagh built the market in the Liberties more than 100 years ago, says he is the lawful owner. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A High Court judge has urged parties in a dispute over ownership of Dublin’s Iveagh Market building to consider mediation. Mr Justice David Barnivill(...)

The DPC took a preliminary draft decision that personal data should not be transferred out of the EU to its American parent Facebook Inc. Photograph: EPA

A High Court judge has said he will give judgment as soon as possible on Facebook’s challenge to the Data Protection Commissioner’s draft decision to (...)

The Ashling Hotel in Dublin is one of the hotels owned by Foxfield Inns Designated Activity Company.

A High Court judge has urged that further efforts be made to mediate a dispute between family members over the running of a company that owns hotels i(...)

Martin Shanahan, Chief Executive IDA. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A company suing the Health Service Executive for alleged failure to pay for 350 ventilators sought at the start of the pandemic is separately suing th(...)

The case originally stems from challenges to DPC decisions by privacy activist Max Schrems, who is a notice party. Photograph: EPA

A preliminary draft decision by the Data Protection Commissioner (DPC) to inquire into the legality of data transfers by Facebook Ireland to its US pa(...)

The Commercial Court is being asked to set aside the purported transfer of assets by businessman Alistair Tidey to his wife, Jane. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The Commercial Court is being asked to set aside the purported transfer of assets by businessman Alistair Tidey to his wife, Jane. The action has bee(...)

A dispute involving family members over the running of a company that owns well-known hotels in Dublin and Galway has been admitted to the fast-track (...)

The Devlin Hotel in Ranelagh, Dublin.

The operator of a hotel in Ranelagh, Dublin 6, has brought a legal action over its insurer’s refusal to pay out on a claim for business losses caused (...)

Supreme Court judge Séamus Woulfe. Photograph: Alan Betson

The actions of Supreme Court judge Séamus Woulfe in attending a dinner that breached public health rules is a “test for the judiciary”, Labour’s Brend(...)

Nordic Aviation Capital secured a scheme of arrangement after the High Court heard more than 90 per cent of the different classes of the aircraft leasing group’s creditors had approved.

The High Court has approved a scheme of arrangement with creditors for Irish-based aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital. The company sought the ar(...)

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