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Businessman Declan Ganley is challenging the ban on attending religious services under Level 5 restrictions. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Businessman Declan Ganley has initiated a High Court challenge alleging certain regulations aimed at preventing the spread of Covid-19 breach his cons(...)

Any ruling that might affect intellectual property and how it is treated is a matter of significant concern for industry. File photograph: Getty

Ireland’s American business community was strangely quiet yesterday. And it was not entirely because they were keeping close tabs on the see-saw count(...)

Perrigo: “We remain confident that Irish Revenue is wrong on the merits of the case.” Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty

Pharmaceutical company Perrigo said it would assess whether or not to appeal a High Court ruling upholding a €1.64 billion Irish tax assessment or pro(...)

People stand in front of a digital screen displaying election coverage in Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington DC. Photograph: Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

Given Donald Trump’s lifelong predilection for tying up opponents in the courts, and his long-stated threat to do the same with an election result tha(...)

Perrigo, which bought Irish pharmaceutical group Elan in 2013, wanted the court to quash a 2018 assessment raised against it after a Revenue audit in 2016.

Irish-headquartered drug company Perrigo has lost its High Court action aimed at overturning a €1.64 billion tax assessment. The judgment of Mr Justi(...)

Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

The owners of apartments in Ratoath, Co Meath are suing the developers over alleged defects in the development. Twenty-six owners of apartments in Ri(...)

The Revenue Commissioners have asked the High Court to reverse a decision that an international financial securities trading group in Dublin’s IFSC wa(...)

Leo Varadkar has denied he broke the law. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

The news that Leo Varadkar leaked a confidential document on a €210 million GP pay deal, as well as the strenuously denied allegation that he broke th(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A legal action aimed at making the husband-and-wife directors of a collapsed building firm personally liable to the company for up to €1 million has b(...)

The decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold a High Court ruling prohibiting the identification of a child killed by its mother overturns decades of practice and opens up a plethora of anomalies. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The decision of the Court of Appeal to uphold a High Court ruling prohibiting the identification of a child killed by its mother overturns decades of (...)

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