File photograph of Bill Cullen and Jackie Lavin in  Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Businesswoman Jackie Lavin’s High Court action against her partner Bill Cullen and one of his companies over an alleged failure to complete a deal for(...)

Kevin O’Donnell sued Astreya Consultancy Ireland Ltd: no details of the settlement are available. Photograph: iStock

An executive of an information technology recruiting firm whose clients include Google has settled his High Court action against his employers. Kevin(...)

Publican Frank Gleeson has secured temporary High Court injunctions preventing his dismissal as CEO of the Mercantile Group.

Publican Frank Gleeson has secured temporary High Court injunctions preventing his dismissal as chief executive of the Mercantile Group. Mr Justice (...)

Google said it wanted an adjournment of the case for several weeks to provide responses to issues raised by the German company

A German software company has sued internet giant Google in the High Court over an alleged copyright infringement. TeamDrive Systems GMBH, which make(...)

Masterlift got temporary injunctions last January preventing Royal Goldstein III  interfering with Masterlift’s access to a property in Rathcoole, Co Dublin. Photograph: iStock

A forklift company is not continuing with its High Court action against the landlord of a premises it had been using for several years. The decision (...)

Cannon Kirk group of property development firms has brought a High Court case against the National Asset Loan Management Designated Activity Company.  Photograph: Frank Miller

The Cannon Kirk group of property development firms are suing over an alleged €15 million loans redemption “penalty” imposed by a Nama company. More (...)

 Burlington Plaza, Burlington Road, Dublin: Coolbrook Developments  has brought proceedings over plans by fellow shareholder Percy Nominees  to sell its   share in the building.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

A fresh dispute over the proposed sale of an interest in the Burlington Plaza office block in Dublin has come before the High Court. Coolbrook Devel(...)

In the High Court, Mr Justice Paul Gilligan noted Irish Rail seemed to have a “zero-tolerance” policy on failure of its random breath test for alcohol. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A clerical officer working for 37 years with Irish Rail is challenging the company’s decision to dismiss her on safety grounds after failing a random (...)

Family took proceedings after gardaí called to their home on eight different occasions over  three years.

The State has unconditionally apologised to a family who claimed they were harassed and intimidated by gardaí who called to their home on several occa(...)

Singer Tommy Fleming obtained an injunction against Teilifís Mhaigh Eo in December.

Singer Tommy Fleming will be dealt with only as an unsecured creditor if he wins his claim against a wound-up television company over revenue from a b(...)

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