Ben Gilroy  apologised to the court and said his remarks were “out of character”. The clips on social media, the court heard, have been taken down. File photograph: Alan Betson

Anti-eviction campaigner Ben Gilroy has been given a one month suspended prison sentence after he admitted being in criminal contempt of court. The (...)

An Irish truck driver has won his legal challenge over a €1.5 million tax penalty demand from Greece. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times.

An Irish truck driver has won his legal challenge over a €1.5 million tax penalty demand from Greece. Eamonn Donnellan had sued the Revenue Commissi(...)

Graham Dwyer’s constitutional right to privacy was not breached when retained data generated by his mobile phone was accessed by gardaí investigating the murder of Elaine O’Hara. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Graham Dwyer’s constitutional right to privacy was not breached when retained data generated by his mobile phone was accessed by gardaí investigating (...)

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer is challenging Ireland’s data retention laws. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/THE IRISH TIMES

A challenge by convicted murderer Graham Dwyer to Ireland’s data retention law is “misconceived” and is “a re-run” of an application dismissed by the (...)

Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Graham Dwyer “cannot escape” a ruling that data generated by his mobile phone could be used as evidence against him during his trial for the murder of(...)

 Graham Dwyeris brough into court in 2013.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Graham Dwyer has asked the High Court to strike down provisions of the law that allowed data from mobile phones to be used as evidence during his tria(...)

During Graham Dwyer’s trial, his lawyers argued the mobile phone data was inadmissible as evidence but those arguments were rejected by the trial judge Mr Justice Tony Hunt. File hotograph: Cyril Byrne

A legal challenge by convicted murderer Graham Dwyer over the use of mobile phone records during his trial is due to open at the High Court on Tuesday(...)

Harry Crosbie: The judge urged the parties to “engage in an effective manner” over the dispute. Photograph:  Collins

A company of businessman Harry Crosbie can commence work on two kiosks selling refreshments and flowers/gifts at the Grand Canal Harbour development i(...)

The Four Courts in Dublin. James Elliott Construction has ended two legal cases against Lagan Group subsidiary Irish Asphalt. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

James Elliott Construction (JEC) has ended two cases against Lagan Group subsidiary Irish Asphalt arising from a dispute over pyrite damage after the (...)

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to three companies connected with the four-star Meyrick Hotel in Galway City, controlled by developer Gerry Barrett.

The High Court has confirmed the appointment of an examiner to three companies connected with the four-star Meyrick Hotel in Galway City. However, Mr(...)

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