Maples & Calder is doing very well out of the upsurge in Irish funds, but its managing partner Nicholas Butcher dismisses suggestions that the industry’s current success is built on sand
A vulnerable child who had repeatedly suffered at the hands of bullies, Ana Kriégel was lured in May of last year to a derelict house in Lucan, where she was viciously beaten to death. Francesca Comyn reports on the trial of her two young killers
The Ana Kriégel case showed how bullying methods have evolved and mutated in an increasingly online world, writes Francesca Comyn
The Dutch firm CrowdSense runs the service Publicsonar, which is used by state bodies in the Netherlands and surrounding regions to assist them in a crisis or emergency situation
In a recent ruling in a repossession action, Justice Seamus Noonan said he was “quite sure” this type of wrong and “entirely detrimental” advice was being given in return for payment
The ownership of Ireland’s most expensive house, Walford, is still in dispute after a United St...
Beef baron Larry Goodman has scored a €4 million victory in the latest bout of a long and acrim...
Former High Court president Nicholas Kearns slams ‘insanity’ of compensation culture
Personal injury lawyers are in the spotlight in the wake of the Bailey case. Are they gaming the system, or just doing their best for their clients?
Former Bank of Ireland business chief Mark Cunningham says he has settled an action brought by an...
The debt arises from a 2014 distribution rights deal between the league, home to Juventus and five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo, and the sports media firm, which is now to be wound up
This week, in absentia, Ian Bailey stands trial Paris for the 1996 killing of Sophie Toscan du Plantier. A conviction for him could prejudice any investigation here, write Francesca Comyn and Hannah O’Brien
The European Commission is ramping up its probe into the Irish motor insurance industry, which some here claim is operating a cartel by restricting access to database
The British precedent for the finding in the Ruth Morrissey case has caused no flood of litigation in that jurisdiction