Mr Justice David Barniville ruled Facebook had not established any basis for impugning the commissioner’s decision to commence the inquiry or her preliminary draft decision on the suspension. Photograph: Kenzo Tribouillard

A High Court judge has dismissed Facebook’s challenge over the Data Protection Commissioner’s (DPC) draft decision to inquire into, and to suspend, da(...)

Last year the Local Government Management Agency invited new tenders and  awarded the contract to Civica UK Ltd, which is a notice party in Innovative’s case against the agency. Photograph: iStock

An unsuccessful tenderer for a multimillion-euro computer system for the country’s public libraries has sued over the awarding of the contract. Inno(...)

Some of the State’s top barristers and a retired Court of Appeal judge are involved in a new online arbitration service launched on Tuesday. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Some of the State’s top barristers and a retired Court of Appeal judge are involved in a new online arbitration service launched on Tuesday. The serv(...)

An artist’s impression of the proposed Ringaskiddy incinerator.

A High Court judge will hear submissions in June before deciding whether An Bord Pleanála should reconsider an application for permission for a €160 m(...)

Mr Justice David Barniville adjourned both cases to June for a hearing on an arbitration clause in the policies which the insurance company has invoked.  Photograph: iStock

Two more cases have been brought before the Commercial Court over a refusal by an insurance company to provide an indemnity for business interruption (...)

If the permission was quashed with no remittal, a fresh planning application for the incinerator would be required to continue. File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

An Bord Pleanála will not appeal a successful High Court challenge by an environmental group over the €160 million incinerator in Ringaskiddy, Cork Ha(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin. Mr Justice David Barniville admitted the case to the fast-track Commercial Court on consent of the parties. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A company has claimed that tobacco products manufacturer John Player has reneged on an agreement for the design and installation of new cigarette and (...)

The Commercial Court “routinely” adjudicates on international disputes involving billions of euros, the head of the court, Mr Justice David Barniville, has said.

The Irish commercial court “routinely” adjudicates on international disputes involving billions of euro, the head of the court, Mr Justice David Barni(...)

File image of the proposed plans for the incinerator in Ringaskiddy, Co Cork.

A local environmental group have won their legal challenge over the granting of planning permission for a €160 million incinerator at Ringaskiddy in C(...)

WaterWipes is seeking damages or, if appropriate, an account of the defendants’ profits as a result of the alleged infringement.

A company which produces biodegradable baby wipes has taken a legal action alleging a rival is infringing its trademark. In Commercial Court proceedi(...)

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