Mark O Mahony

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Conor O’Keeffe will run   for 23 hours straight this weekend in aid of  Pieta House

“There were times when I drove around the [river] Lee and thought about whether I would drive in or not.” Conor O’Keeffe wrestled with an inclination(...)

Mr Justice Charles Meenan granted permission, on an ex parte basis (one side only represented), to bring their judicial review challenge.

Five men who say they are “nomadic businessmen” have brought High Court proceedings arising out of income tax assessments issued against them by the C(...)

The latest list of barristers approved for admission to the inner bar features 20 men and three women. Up until now, an advisory committee consistin(...)

Both the taxpayer and the Revenue can still appeal to the High Court, but only on the basis they claim the Tax Appeals Commissioner has erred on a point of law in a decision

Taxpayers unhappy with a decision of a tax inspector will no longer lodge an initial appeal with the Revenue Commissioners, instead going directly to(...)

Michael Noonan, Minister for Finance: he announced  he would reform the tax appeals process in Budget 2014. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

A major shake-up of the system for appealing against Revenue Commissioners’ decisions is to take place, after the President signed new legislation on (...)

Pierse Contracting, then employing 109 people, was wound up in November 2010 with a deficit of €212 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/THE IRISH TIMES

Four former directors of Pierse Contracting, once Ireland’s third-largest building contractor, are men of honesty and integrity who believed they wer(...)

Liquidator Simon Coyle, an accountant from Mazars, continued his case against nine former Pierse Construction directors seeking restriction orders under section 150 of the Companies Act.

Directors of Pierse Contracting, once Ireland’s third largest building contractor, rejected claims by the company’s liquidator yesterday that they ha(...)