The Four Courts in Dublin.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Landlord John Meagher has agreed before the Commercial Court to surrender his passport in a legal dispute with a bank pursuing him for some €7 million(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly

A High Court judge has said it is “simply incredible” to accept claims by several members of Sean Quinn’s family they cannot produce documents conc(...)

Esso Ireland Ltd and its subsidiary Ireland Roc Ltd, which runs  Esso service stations, had sought injunctions against 911 Retail Ltd alleging it is trespassing on the fuel stations’ premises following alleged expiry on June 20th last of operating
 licence and/or concession agreements to operate food service facilities there. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

A High Court ruling today has given a temporary reprieve to about 150 workers employed by 911 Retail Ltd in food service outlets at 32 Esso fuel stati(...)

Jersey-based builder David Kennedy  was involved in a large development planned for Clancy Barracks in Dublin

Jersey-based builder David Kennedy, who was involved in a large development planned for Clancy Barracks in Dublin, is being pursued at the Commercial (...)

In an affidavit, Mr Reynolds said he is the full owner of the premises known as the Pod, Tripod and Crawdaddy. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

A dispute over a May 2012 lease for the former POD nightclub premises in Dublin is to be fast-tracked by the Commercial Court.A plan by Altomoravia Ho(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly this week agreed to transfer the bank’s case to the Commercial Court after being told by Rossa Fanning, for the bank, Mr Woodlock was consenting to transfer and to judgment.

A Co Tipperary businessman has consented to judgment orders of more than €19 million being granted against him over unpaid loans and guarantees.Bank o(...)

 Aer Lingus is seeking a court ruling that no Ryanair  bid could be launched before February 2014. Photograph: Frank Miller

Aer Lingus has spent €40 million fighting off Ryanair takeover bids to date and does not want to face another in August, the Commercial Court has hear(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly  refused to allow three weeks for developer Jerry Beades to prepare an affidavit responding to Ulster Bank’s application to have the case fast-tracked in the Commercial Court, but allowed two weeks. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Ulster Bank is pursuing developer Jerry Beades for €3.5 million arising from alleged unpaid loans.Mr Beades, representing himself, today told Mr Justi(...)

The National Aquatic Centre at Abbotstown in Dublin. Dublin Waterworld Ltd entered into a lease in 2003 to operate the centre but a dispute later arose about whether VAT was payable on the lease. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The former operator of the National Aquatic Centre is claiming more than €30 million losses and damages over being pursued by a State-owned company fo(...)

A series of creditors meetings were held yesterday to consider the proposed sale of the Sunday Business Post for €2.75 million to investors led by media executive Paul Cooke.

An examiner will present his report on the rescue package for the Sunday Business Post newspaper to the High Court today.A series of creditors meeting(...)

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