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Former Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The High Court has ordered the BBC to provide more information to lawyers for former Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams for his pending defamation action ag(...)

25 Wellington Road in Dublin 4: a dispute has arisen about a contract for the €2.95m sale of the ‘almost unique’ property.

A dispute concerning a contract for the €2.95 million sale of a Georgian property in Dublin 4 has come before the High Court. Ms Justice Mary Rose G(...)

File photograph of members of Friends of the Irish Environment (left to right) David Healy, Sadhbh O’Neill, Tony Lowes and Clodagh Daly at the High Court, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Unless the Government acts “urgently and significantly” to reduce rising greenhouse gas emissions, there will be “catastrophic” consequences for life,(...)

The High Court ordered Twitter to disclose, within seven days, such information as it has relating to the identity of those who created and/or controlled the account. File photograph

The High Court has ordered Twitter to provide information to Fastway Couriers aimed at identifying the operator of a parody account, allegedly abusive(...)

Winning Ways Ltd, with registered offices in Finglas, Dublin, was liquidated in August 2016 after operating for 22 years and  employing 13 people. Photograph:  Chris Maddaloni/Collins

Two directors of a liquidated pet products company have been restricted by the High Court for five years from involvement with any company unless it m(...)

Mr Justice Brian O’Moore was told Agnieszka Luz had been suspended by Terway Unlimited Company, trading as Begley’s Distribution, early on Monday morning when she arrived for work

A fruit and vegetable distributor has obtained interim High Court orders against a technical manager whom it alleges forwarded confidential company in(...)

Nephew Brendan Ludlow holding a image of Seamus Ludlow. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The family of a Co Louth man, Séamus Ludlow, have lost an appeal aimed at compelling the State to establish an inquiry into the “inexcusable” handling(...)

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal arising from the lower courts’ decisions in this case.

The Supreme Court is to hear further submissions in a seriously ill Romanian man’s case over whether disability allowance can be paid by the Departmen(...)

Revenue says it is owed VAT.

A car parking management company has appealed a decision that the Revenue is entitled to some €1.7m in VAT for fees to have cars de-clamped in private(...)

Mr Donal Justice O’Donnell said wind farms were substantial developments. “Substantial enterprises should be expected to respect the adjudications of the court,” he said.

The Supreme Court has put a conditional stay on an order overturning permission for a wind farm development in Co Cork. The stay applies until An Bor(...)

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