Klaw in Temple Bar: There was a dispute over whether a new lease came into effect last November with a higher rent than before. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

A restaurant in Temple Bar, Dublin has failed to get a continuing injunction preventing the landlord taking over the premises in a dispute over rent. (...)

The High Court approved a personal insolvency arrangement (PIA) for Charles Kavanagh, a 58-year-old farmer from Co Wexford. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A farmer has secured a court deal restructuring his farming and property debts through a personal insolvency solution while securing a write-off of €7(...)

Campaigners against the closure of St Mary’s nursing home and disability centre protest outside the Four Courts on Tuesday. Photograph:  Aodhan O Faolain

Residents and employees of a south Dublin nursing home and disability centre have brought a High Court application aimed at preventing its closure. L(...)

The State, which opposes the action, says the measures are advisory, and not mandatory in nature, as alleged by Ryanair. Photograph: AFP via Getty

Ryanair and the State have agreed to an accelerated hearing of the airline’s High Court challenge against the Government’s international travel restri(...)

The call  was made by Mr Justice Mark Sanfey when making orders on Thursday in two judgments concerning the dispute which continues following an unsuccessful mediation. Photograph: iStock

A High Court judge has urged a family whose company makes and sells jewellery, including the world-famous Claddagh rings, to renew efforts to resolve (...)

Debenhams staff protested outside a number of Bank of Ireland branches on Friday as part of their campaign to obtain redundancy pay for more than 1,000 workers. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Debenhams workers protested on Friday outside premises owned by one of the parent company’s shareholders, Bank of Ireland. Former workers at the comp(...)

Ryanair sued Vola, claiming the terms of use of its own website prohibit the defendants from using its content without permission. File photograph: Bloomberg

A dispute between Ryanair and a Romania-based online travel agency and German internet travel technology firm over the practice of “screen scraping” m(...)

Supporters of the Debenhams workers protest at the Four Courts in Dublin

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of joint liquidators to the Irish arm of Debenhams. Debenhams Retail Ireland had operated 11 stores in (...)

The women’s debts of €3.36 million to Ennis Property Finance, an unsecured debt, arose out of personal guarantees given by them in respect of loans, acquired by the fund, advanced to their husbands’ business. Photograph: iStock

The High Court has approved personal insolvency arrangements allowing two sisters-in-law to write down millions of euro of debt owed to banks and a fu(...)

The High Court was told Start Mortgages would receive 35 cent for every euro of debt owed under the personal insolvency arrangement but 31 cent in the euro if former builder Eugene O’Connor was made a bankrupt.

A former Meath builder has had debts of €1.6 million written off in a personal insolvency agreement approved by the High Court that will keep him and (...)

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