Mr Justice David Barniville earlier this month granted Point Village Development Ltd an order that the supermarket chain fit out a long-awaited anchor store in Dublin’s docklands. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dunnes Stores has been given a limited stay on a High Court order that it fit out a long-awaited anchor store in the Point Village in Dublin’s docklan(...)

Lawyers for Eir, Virgin, and Vodafone were neutral on the extension application while the Sky companies were supporting it. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has extended for two years orders aimed at preventing internet pirates live-streaming Uefa Champions League and Europa Conference Leagu(...)

The insurer asked the court to refer the matter to arbitration under an international commercial arbitration law. Photograph: iStock

The Commercial Court has referred for arbitration part of a dispute between a Galway bar and an insurer over a refusal to provide an indemnity for bus(...)

AppQuantum says it has presented evidence to Facebook that it is unrelated to Social Data Trading, a company which has been suspended from Facebook. Photograph: iStock

Facebook Ireland is being sued for $2.5 million (€2.1 million) by a Cyprus-registered developer and publisher of internet gaming applications over all(...)

The application to have the dispute fast-tracked in the Commercial Court was brought by the defendants. Photograph: iStock

A dispute between two businessmen and related companies concerning three valuable development sites in Dublin has been admitted to the Commercial Cour(...)

An inquiry into the validity of cross-border transfers of data by Facebook can now proceed as a result of orders made by the High Court. Photograph:  Lionel Bonaventure/AFP via Getty Images

The Data Protection Commissioner’s inquiry into the validity of cross-border transfers of data by Facebook can now proceed as a result of orders made (...)

Davy has claimed that developer Patrick Kearney lawsuit is ‘entirely opportunistic’. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Thirteen of the members of the Davy-16 group of employees who were involved in a 2014 Anglo Irish Bank bond trade at the heart of a Central Bank fine (...)

Facebook maintains the suspension, if it goes ahead, could be damaging not only to the social media company but also to its users and to other businesses. Photograph: Olivier Douliery

The ongoing battle between Facebook and Ireland’s Data Protection Commission was back before the courts on Friday with the social media giant coming o(...)

Mr Justice David Barniville ruled Facebook had not established any basis for impugning the commissioner’s decision to commence the inquiry or her preliminary draft decision on the suspension. Photograph: Kenzo Tribouillard

A High Court judge has dismissed Facebook’s challenge over the Data Protection Commissioner’s (DPC) draft decision to inquire into, and to suspend, da(...)

Last year the Local Government Management Agency invited new tenders and  awarded the contract to Civica UK Ltd, which is a notice party in Innovative’s case against the agency. Photograph: iStock

An unsuccessful tenderer for a multimillion-euro computer system for the country’s public libraries has sued over the awarding of the contract. Inno(...)

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