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A High Court judge has strongly criticised Nama over a “slipshod” handling of its bid to secure € 109 million summary judgment orders against Galway hotelier and developer Michael Finn and his wife Claire over unpaid loans and guarantees.

A High Court judge has strongly criticised Nama over a “slipshod” handling of its bid to secure € 109 million summary judgment orders against Galway h(...)

The Rehab Group and Rehab Lotteries Ltd claim a decision by Minister for Justice Alan Shatter to end funding under the Charitable Lotteries Scheme will damage their core activity of helping the disabled and the disadvantaged. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A decision to phase out and ultimately abolish State funding for lotteries run by private charities will do irreparable damage to the Rehab Group, the(...)

Frank Brownrigg, Ferns, Co Wexford, leaving court yesterday after the opening day of a High Court action taken by him against Wexford auctioneers. Photographs: Collins/Courts

A farmer has alleged that two auctioneers were negligent in the advice and valuations they gave concerning land he wanted to sell in 2007 just before (...)

The Irish Medical Organisation’s move came after the Minister for Health announced further cuts in payments to GPs of about 7.5 per cent on average under financial emergency legislation

The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has undertaken before the High Court to suspend, pending the outcome of legal proceedings, plans by its GP member(...)

Laurence O’Mahony:  declared himself bankrupt in the UK in April 2012 and claimed that when he had been discharged from bankruptcy in April of this year, he had been cleared of all bankruptcy debt. Photograph:  Collins Courts

Businessman Laurence O’Mahony and his wife, Christine Connolly, have lost their €6 million home located at what a judge described as the best-known ad(...)

 Seán Quinn: The Northern Ireland court had ruled that the debt over the mall was illegally transferred from Demesne Investments Ltd, of which Seán Quinn snr was director, to Lyndhurst Development Trading Ltd in the British Virgin Islands.  Photograph;  The Irish Times

The last in a series of court actions in the Ukraine to uphold the legal rights of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) over the Ukraina shopping(...)

Mr Jerry Henchy, former CEO of Dairygold,  leaves the Four Courts yesterday. Photograph: Collins Courts

Former Dairygold chief executive Jerry Henchy has told the High Court he did not have a relationship of “total trust” at all times with the society’s (...)

Minister for Health Dr James Reilly. The IMO has said that it wants to represent GPs in the same manner as the Minister  did when he held a senior role in the doctors’ trade union several years ago. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has said that it wants to represent GPs in the same manner as the Minister for Health James Reilly did when he(...)

IMO has agreed to remove from its website a press release announcing its withdrawal decision.

The Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has undertaken before the High Court to suspend, pending the outcome of legal proceedings, plans by its GP member(...)

Johnny Ronan (left) and Richard Barrett, former owners of property developer Treasury Holdings.  It is understood that KBC Bank Ireland, another major creditor of Treasury, will also receive millions of euro as part of the settlements.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The National Asset Management Agency is set to receive up to €100 million as a result of agreements relating to bust Irish property developer Treasury(...)

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