Aodhan O Faolain

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The fact the council did not respond in any meaningful way to the ESB was “unacceptable” and “lamentable” particularlygiven the situation the Moorehouse family found itself in,  Judge Barton said.

A High Court judge has strongly criticised a local authority’s response to proceedings against a family that moved onto the site of an electricity sub(...)

 The payment to the family was formally approved at the High Court  by Mr Justice Robert Eager

The High Court has approved a payment of €35,000 by a Dublin maternity hospital to the family of an infant boy who died a few hours after he was deliv(...)

The scheme, which was supported by a majority of the CityJet’s creditors and shareholders, also sees tens of millions of euro of its debt being written off. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A High Court judge has said he is minded to approve a survival scheme allowing regional airline CityJet to successfully exit examinership. The approv(...)

CityJet aircraft parked at Dublin Airport in 2018.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Revenue Commissioners will not oppose an application to the High Court for approval of a survival scheme for regional airline CityJet, the court h(...)

CityJet and its subsidiaries employed 1,175 people, of whom 417 were based in Dublin

Revenue is seeking clarification of “important” issues before deciding its position on an application next week for High Court approval of a survival (...)

The Four Courts in Dublin.

An order freezing the assets of a company that makes scaffolding and engineering products has been discharged by the High Court. The order, which pr(...)

Nordic Aviation Capital secured a scheme of arrangement after the High Court heard more than 90 per cent of the different classes of the aircraft leasing group’s creditors had approved.

The High Court has approved a scheme of arrangement with creditors for Irish-based aircraft lessor Nordic Aviation Capital. The company sought the ar(...)

Earlier this week Cityjet’s Irish-based pilots  held a protest  over alleged outsourcing of their 57 members jobs by having aircraft registered in Ireland flown by pilots outside of the country. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The High Court has agreed to extend from 70 to 100 days the period of protection from creditors for regional airline Cityjet. However, Mr Justice Mi(...)

The International Air Transport Association on Tuesday predicted airlines will lose a combined $84 billion this year and almost $16 billion in 2021, its first estimate of the hit to earnings since the Covid-19 crisis began.

The High Court has given Irish-based aircraft lessor, Nordic Aviation Capital, the go ahead to seek to enter into a scheme of arrangement with its cre(...)

Listoke Distillery, located at Tenure, Dunleer, Co Louth, produces the Listoke 1777 brand of Irish gin and operates a gin school.

A dispute between the well-known Listoke Distillery in Co Louth and its managing director is to go to mediation, the High Court has heard. As part of(...)

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