The investigation is focused on a range of issues including a suspected data breach,   INM’s ill-fated bid for radio station Newstalk, and allegations of market abuse. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

It is 219 days since two High Court inspectors were sent into Independent News & Media (INM) to investigate an alleged data breach and other serio(...)

The ODCE raised concerns about issues including an alleged data breach at INM in 2014. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

The High Court has received the first interim report of the inspectors appointed by it to investigate the conduct of affairs at Independent News &(...)

John Alex Kane was warned by Mr Justice Peter Kelly that this was his ‘last chance’.

A car dealer being pursued by the Revenue for 10 years in a bid to recover a €4.97m judgment has been warned he is at “grave risk” of being jailed a t(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A “totally substandard” arrangement under which a vulnerable adolescent is being accommodated in a bed & breakfast and makes a five-hour round tri(...)

INM’s  chief executive Michael Doorly told members of the Dublin investment community in meetings this week that the media group may end up being sold.

Independent News & Media’s (INM) chief executive has raised the prospect of a sale of the newspaper group, as it grapples with flagging profits, p(...)

Former INM CEO Gavin O’Reilly.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The former chief executive of Independent News and Media (INM), Gavin O’Reilly, has begun legal action ahead of formally suing the company for alleged(...)

The president of the High Court, Mr Justice Peter Kelly refused a Law Society application to strike off Thomas D’Alton and said the alternative sanction fashioned by the court was a “proportionate” response to the solicitor’s wrongdoing.

A solicitor who admitted professional misconduct, including using €10,000 in client monies towards paying his personal tax bill, has been suspended fo(...)

Kashimbo Musonda outside a fitness to practise hearing in  Dublin last year. Photograph: Donall Farmer

The president of the High Court has struck off a radiographer after being satisfied she is “a danger to the public” due to her “substandard” knowledge(...)

Judge said he had  little doubt, if left without court protection, the man’s condition will deteriorate and he will be at high risk of returning to a homeless existence.

A man in his thirties with a mild intellectual disability, acquired brain injury, epilepsy and a serious alcohol problem has lost his objection to bei(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly said  “due process is important” and there had been no review of the man’s detention for a long period.

A man with a mild intellectual disability and alcohol dependence syndrome who is detained in a psychiatric hospital as a ward of court is having his d(...)

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