Former Sunday Independent columnist Eoghan Harris: allegedly posted defamatroy tweets.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Twitter has argued that it should not be compelled to provide two journalists with all the details they seek regarding accounts that allegedly publish(...)

Jay Bourke said his income has been ‘decimated’ because of the restrictions imposed on bars and restaurants during the pandemic. Photograph: Collins

Dublin publican and restaurateur Jay Bourke is seeking High Court approval for a financial arrangement to write off the bulk of his debts totalling €1(...)

The couple secured a temporary High Court freezing order preventing Angela Manning from dissipating her assets below a value of €150,000. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

An elderly and vulnerable south Dublin couple had more than €150,000 unlawfully taken from their bank account by a woman they hired to be their carer,(...)

The court heard the woman got into financial difficulties after several businesses her husband was involved in entered receivership, with which he fully co-operated.  Photograph: iStock

The High Court has approved a Personal Insolvency Arrangement allowing a woman to write off approximately €4.2 million in debt owed to financial insti(...)

The High Court has overturned personal insolvency arrangements that would have allowed a married couple write off a debt of about €250,000. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has overturned Personal Insolvency Arrangements (PIAs) that would have allowed a married couple write off a debt of about €250,000 owed(...)

The judge said that what had happened in this case amounted to “a shabby and repugnant fraud”. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has disqualified the founder and former managing director of the collapsed fundraising service Pembroke Dynamic Peter Conlon from being(...)

Even though the company has put in place a system to try to prevent a recurrence, cyber criminals are often one step ahead, the High Court heard.

A major Irish company has paid a ransomware demand after its data was hacked, the High Court has heard. Nothing can be published which would or might(...)

A High Court ruling will allow a 54-year-old woman pay a mortgage until she is 90

A High Court ruling that will allow a 54-year-old woman pay a mortgage until she is 90 could help an estimated 20,000 people who are unable to pay Cel(...)

Businessman Jerry Beades is the registered owner, but not an occupant, of two mortgaged properties that  were made subject of High Court possession orders in 2008. File Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A “greedy” fund’s court application could see 20 people being evicted in the middle of a pandemic if they do not leave two Dublin properties where the(...)

Ulster Bank opposed the PIA, which proposed to restructure the length of the woman’s mortgage repayments to 348 months. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has refused to approve a Personal Insolvency Arrangement (PIA) under which a pensioner would be making mortgage repayments on her home (...)

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