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Rossbracken:  the centre of Jim Ferry’s illegal waste activities near Letterkenny, Co Donegal.

Co Donegal waste operator Jim Ferry has been told by a High Court judge that he will be sent to jail if he does not clean up his illegal waste facilit(...)

None of the grounds put forward by Teva was accepted by the High Court and the judge therefore declined to grant the order sought. Photograph: iStock

An Irish pharmaceutical company has failed to get a High Court order revoking a patent for an invention related to an inhalation capsule used in the t(...)

Mr Justice Barrett said “enterprise and speculation are the lifeblood of a free economy” and Mr Lally is a “man of enterprise who speculated on property” who was successful for a time but more recently his fortunes had turned.

A financial fund is entitled to judgment for €8.7 million against a Co Galway-based developer, a High Court judge has ruled. Mr Justice Max Barrett s(...)

An investment fund has obtained summary judgment orders totalling almost €8 million against a former head of business banking at AIB in Eyre Square, Galway, his wife and a former Anglo Irish Bank executive director.

A fund has obtained summary judgment orders totalling almost €8 million against a former head of business banking at AIB in Eyre Square, Galway, his w(...)

State-owned ESB is facing a large number of lawsuits based on its role in flooding in Cork in 2009 and damage to UCC buildings. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

ESB has been hit by 387 lawsuits stemming from flooding in Cork in 2009, after the High Court found 21 months ago that it was largely responsible for (...)

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission cannot examine all 100,000 emails of a senior executive of cement giant CRH copied by it following a “dawn raid’ as part of an investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices, the Supreme Court has ruled

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission cannot examine all 100,000 emails of a senior executive of cement giant CRH copied by it following (...)

In the  High Court, Mr Justice Max Barrett threw the book at Jim Ferry, who  controlled two companies, Ferry’s Refuse Collection Limited and Ferrys Refuse Recycling Limited

Jim Ferry cares about the environment. It says so on the black wheelie bins his company owns and that can be seen over much of Donegal. “Caring for t(...)

 Mr Justice Max Barrett told the woman, who was representing herself,  that he had identified her only as Ms H because “the world does not need to know your business”. Photograph: Collins

A woman “struggling to get by” after her husband “abandoned” her and their children fears she will lose her family home if a bank gets a €65,000 judg(...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett said he had considerable sympathy for the women and in the “unenviable position” they found themselves. Photograph: Collins

Two assistant censors at the Irish Film Censor’s office have failed to get injunctions preventing the Minister for Justice dismissing them before thei(...)

A homeless man cannot continue with part of a court action in which he claims he is entitled to be  on a council list for two-bed rather than one-bed accommodation. File photograph: iStockPhoto

A homeless man cannot continue with part of a High Court action in which he claims he is entitled to be put on a council list for two-bed rather than (...)

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