Ms Justice Mary Irvine, the first woman president of the High Court, will retire in July.  Photograph: Tom Honan

Mary Irvine, who retires in July as the first woman president of the High Court, endured a baptism of fire, steering the court through Covid-19, fast-(...)

Ms Justice Mary Irvine: took up the position of High Court president on June 18th, 2020. Photograph: Tom Honan

The president of the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Irvine, has told her colleagues she will retire at the end of July. The first woman to be appointed (...)

Graiguearidda owns David Kelly’s 12% stake in Manders Terrace and is suing that firm; Paddy Cosgrave, its main shareholder and Web Summit ceo and co-founder; and Mr Cosgrave’s vehicle, Proto Roto, for alleged oppression of shareholders’ rights.

Web Summit holding company Manders Terrace is seeking to prevent a company of David Kelly, a co-founder of the summit, pursuing a profit share claim f(...)

FBD’s chief executive said the insurer ‘would be looking to sustain’ an annual dividend over the coming years ‘in and around’ €35 million. Photograph: Dave Meehan

For a company struggling with the reputational damage of having wrongly denied pub customers their right to Covid-19 business interruption payouts – a(...)

Eircom Ltd (trading as eir) claimed it would suffer losses of between €4.5 million and €7 million annually. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The High Court has refused to halt a reduction to the wholesale price Eircom can charge for access to its broadband network. Eircom Ltd (trading as E(...)

The six windows  are estimated to be worth more than €1m, according to Ronan Group Real Estate. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

A High Court judge has agreed to visit Bewley’s Cafe on Grafton Street for a demonstration of the removal and reinsertion of its Harry Clarke stained(...)

The buildings are being used for the storage of milk powder and similar products for the Irish Dairy Board. Photograph: iStock

The Port of Cork Company is seeking vacant possession of buildings at its Ringaskiddy lands which are currently occupied by the Masterlink Logistics c(...)

Sinnotts Bar, one of four pubs that took test cases over business interruption claims against insurer, FBD. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

A High Court decision concerning the scope of insurer FBD’s Covid-19 business interruption policy is expected to significantly increase the sums FBD m(...)

Three more challenges to the Meath County Development Plan have been admitted to the High Court’s fast-track commercial division, bringing the number of challenges to five.

Three more challenges to the Meath County Development Plan have been admitted to the High Court’s fast-track commercial division. It brings to five t(...)

The Mater Private Hospital group has taken a case against the HSE over monies it says it is owed.

The Mater Private Hospital group says the HSE unilaterally decided to withhold €6.6 million due to it under an agreed scheme to make its full capacity(...)

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