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The court previously heard that Barbara Whooley had worked for the company in Cork for 25 years.

The High Court will rule at a later date on an application by a finance director with pharmaceutical company Merck for an injunction preventing her em(...)

Ms Whooley wants unjunctions preventing Merck dismissing her.

A 52-year-old finance director has launched a High Court action challenging a contention by her pharmaceutical company employer of 25 years that she i(...)

Mr Justice Peter Kelly worried aloud that bespoke redactions could make the case so difficult to follow that it could become akin to a “Chinese opera”. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

If the public finds it difficult to follow the Byzantine legal case that has enmeshed Independent News & Media (INM) in recent weeks, try being th(...)

Journalist Sam Smyth, one of the “INM 19”, arrives at the Four Courts on Monday. Photograph: Collins Courts

When Mr Justice Peter Kelly, president of the High Court, yesterday wryly mused that he would have to “pour a quart into a pint pot”, he was complaini(...)

Áras Attracta: terms of settlement with programme director not disclosed.

A woman on paid administrative leave from her job as programme director of the HSE’s Áras Attracta facility has settled her case over an alleged HSE m(...)

Rev Obinna Ulogwara has asked the High Court for injunctions preventing Church of Ireland Archbishop Dr Michael Jackson from terminating what he contends is his employment. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Church of Ireland Primate and Archbishop of Dublin, Dr Michael Jackson, has denied ever being the employer of a Dublin-based Anglican minister. R(...)

Dr Jacquie Campbell was sacked a month ago from her position as principal of the St Andrew’s College junior school.

Mediation talks are taking place at the Four Courts between legal and professional representatives of St Andrew’s College and Dr Jacquie Campbell, who(...)

David Hall: said former employees planned to set up a rival ambulance company.  Photograph: Collins Courts

Two managers at businessman David Hall’s ambulance company have become the first employees to win court protection under recently introduced whistlebl(...)

David Hall: said former employees planned to set up a rival ambulance company.  Photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman David Hall has been accused of “serious wrongdoing” by two former employees of his ambulance company who have made a protected disclosure (...)

Ulster Bank  claims the interest rate being paid on Clodagh Kinsella’s parents’ account appeared substantially above the market rate for similar products.   Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

An Ulster Bank manager who has been suspended from her job for more than 12 months has asked the High Court for an order preventing her dismissal. Cl(...)

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