Bernard Dunleavy SC, for the Quinns, told Mr Justice Michael Twomey in the High Court on Thursday his side was objecting to the judge hearing the case, which was due to open next Tuesday, in light of his knowing socially one of the witnesses, a former official with Anglo Irish Bank

The hearing of the marathon action between Seán Quinn’s five children and Irish Bank Resolution Corporation concerning loans of €2.34 billion has been(...)

Galtee Wood Products and Galtee Veneer Bonding is suing Citynet Insurance Brokers and six members of the Novae/Axis Syndicate at Lloyd’s. Photograph: iStock

A wood products manufacturing group has claimed an insurer wrongfully turned down its claim for between €5.9 million and €6.5 million over an accident(...)

The five children, in their case against IBRC and its special liquidators, dispute any liability for loans to Quinn companies of some €2.34 billion advanced by the collapsed Anglo Irish Bank. Photograph: iStock

The five adult children of businessman Seán Quinn are entitled to maintain privilege over most of 313 documents which Irish Bank Resolution Corporatio(...)

Ben Gilroy, of Navan, Co Meath, arriving at the Four Courts  before he was jailed. Photograph: Collins Courts

The decision by Mr Justice Brian McGovern to imprison Ben Gilroy for contempt on Wednesday is the latest in a long list of clashes between the serial (...)

The State-owned IBRC, which is now in liquidation, has said that members of the Quinn family, and others including Senat, were involved in an effort to unlawfully put international property worth hundreds of millions of euro, over which the IBRC held legal security, beyond the the State-owned body’s reach

A Dutch solicitor who had dealings with the international property portfolio formerly owned by the family of businessman Seán Quinn, and who was a par(...)

Ryanair says in states where social insurance are very high, often to compensate for lower income tax rates, its aircrew are subjected to “sometimes punitive” taxes

Ryanair claims it could lose €5 million a year because of a “peculiar” Irish taxation provision which means its non-Ireland-based staff are effectivel(...)

Builders carrying out remedial work on November 5th at St Luke’s National School in Tyrrelstown, Dublin, which was built by Northern Ireland building firm Western Building Systems. File photograph: Colin Keegan

The Department of Education and Skills is suing a building contractor which built a number of schools at the centre of recent inspections and some clo(...)

Patricia Quinn was adjudicated bankrupt in 2011 on the application of IBRC. Photograph: Collins

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation has obtained a €121 million judgment against Patricia Quinn, wife of businessman Seán Quinn. The judgment means Mrs(...)

 Castletown Cox in Co Kilkenny

The High Court has granted summary judgment for almost €572,000 against a British life peer who once owned and later rented one of Ireland’s finest Ge(...)

Castletown Cox in Co Kilkenny.

An English aristocrat who once owned and later rented one of Ireland’s finest Palladian houses was not in when eviction agents launched a “dawn raid” (...)

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