Thomas O Neill  pictured leaving the Four Courts after a High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts

A prisoner who claimed he suffered injuries after being knocked off his bicycle by a car which failed to stop has been awarded €20,000 damages by the (...)

The legal battle between Lebanese-owned food wholesaler AJA and insurer Cigna Worldwide over losses incurred through looting during Liberia’s first civil war has been running for 25 yearsPhotograph: Patrick Robert/Sygma via Getty Images

In summer 1990, a starving crowd raided 18 stores and warehouses belonging to Abi Jaoudi & Azar Trading (AJA) in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia. A bl(...)

Irish developer Garrett Kelleher has challenged US court’s jurisdiction over him.

One of the lawyers acting on a long-running insurance case supported by Irish developer Garrett Kelleher has agreed to pay $225,000 in legal costs and(...)

Garrett Kelleher:  invested $2.85m  in the efforts of AJA to enforce a $66.5 million judgment against US insurer Cigna Worldwide (CWW)

Irish developer Garrett Kelleher could shortly learn the extent of the legal bill he is facing as a result of his involvement in a failed €60 million(...)

Garrett Kelleher: Invested $2.85m in 2006 to help Liberian group AJA to enforce a $66.5m judgment against US insurer Cigna Worldwide in return for a share of the lawsuit’s proceeds.

Irish developer Garrett Kelleher is facing a multi-million dollar legal bill after a US federal court found him in contempt arising out of his involve(...)

Developer Garrett Kelleher: could be hit with a  damages bill over his involvement in a €60 million insurance claim

A US court could hit Irish developer Garrett Kelleher with a large damages bill arising out of his involvement in a €60 million insurance claim if a (...)

Irish developer Garrett Kelleher is facing contempt proceedings in a US court arising from his involvement in a €60 million insurance claim taken by a group of Liberian businesses.

Irish developer Garrett Kelleher is facing contempt proceedings in a US court later this month arising from his involvement in a €60 million insurance(...)

John Dundon: arriving at Dublin Special Criminal Court yesterday morning.  He pleaded not guilty to murder.  Photograph: Collins Courts

The State’s key witness in the trial of Limerick man John Dundon for the shooting dead of rugby player Shane Geoghegan has rejected suggestions she h(...)