Gleneagle director Patrick O’Donoghue said the commercial terms now being offered by Cork council were very different to those offered six years ago.

A legal row has erupted over the awarding of a contract to build an event centre in Cork at an estimated cost of €85 million. It is the latest obst(...)

O’Flynn group case had run into fourth week in the High Court.

The High Court has adjourned builder Michael O’Flynn’s property group’s lawsuit against some former workers while the defendants challenge a ruling re(...)

Mr Justice David Barniville formally admitted Ryanair’s action for damages and unjust enrichment against the London-based flight comparison website Skyscanner. Photograph: PA Wire

Ryanair wants the Irish courts to bar price comparison website Skyscanner from selling its flights with what the airline alleges are hidden charges. (...)

Dispute arose after Ryanair discovered  Skyscanner had been permitting  users to only show results for flights with lower CO2 emissions. File photograph: Kevin Coombs/Reuters

Ryanair is suing flight-price comparison website Skyscanner for allegedly selling the airline’s flights through its own domain and through links to on(...)

Senator Michael McDowell had repeatedly called elements of the  legislation unconstitutional. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

The lapsing of the controversial judicial appointments Bill with the dissolution of the Dáil has been welcomed by members of the judiciary and politic(...)

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A dispute has arisen between two companies involved in availing of the State’s Immigrant Investor Programme, it has been claimed in the Commercial Cou(...)

A computer-generated image of the apartments proposed for the Stillorgan Leisureplex site

A €100 million redevelopment plan for the Stillorgan Leisureplex in Dublin is being delayed by a refusal of the operators to vacate the premises, it h(...)

Ornua says, following the incident, a difficult and complex process of sorting and segregating some 41,000 cases of product of different customers was undertaken

A dairy co-op is suing a cold store operator for some €9 million over damage to its butter products when racking collapsed in a refrigerated warehouse(...)

Protesters rallied in support of the Polish judiciary in December 2019. Judges from across Europe will take part in a silent protest in Warsaw on January 11th. Photograph: Krystian Dobuszynski/NurPhoto via Getty

The body representing Irish judges will condemn the Polish government’s “unrelenting threats” to judicial independence in a strongly worded letter to (...)

The High Court ruled the council failed to adequately record its conclusions, based on its preliminary examination of the development, in accordance with 2001 planning regulations requiring an environmental impact statement in cases where a development would be likely to have significant effects on the environment. Photograph: iStock

Planning permission for a development of 367 housing units in Cherrywood, south Dublin, has been quashed by the High Court. Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Cou(...)

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