Creditor Balark, owned by rival developer Pat Crean of the Marlet group, has brought a motion to oust the current liquidator of Chambury, an insolvent firm linked to developer Johnny Ronan
Eric Eoin Marques, the Irish man described by the FBI as the world’s largest facilitator of child pornography, was arrested on an extradition warrant in Dublin in August 2013 and has been in custody ever since
Shortlisted builders will now prepare full plans for a new urban quarter covering 12.6 acres of city. Drinks giant Diageo aiming to convert historic brewery site into mixed-use development
The HSE and the religious order that ran Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda have agreed to ...
It’s the second legal action taken by Sheridan and his wife linked to the house they sold in 2016
Investigation finds only 1,106 jobs being sustained by scheme; vast majority of 836 applications to date have come from China
The estate of international serial fraudster Julia Holmes is to be sued by the children of her late partner Thomas Ruttle
Costs awarded against Bisi Adigun in Abbey row over a modern staging of the Playboy of the Western World more than a decade ago
Justice Denis McDonald referred to what he described as the 'surprising' disappearance of emails in a complex multimillion euro legal row between high profile Celtic Tiger architect Jerry Ryan and businessman Barry English
The retired banker and former chairman of the British Conservative Party was allegely spared from bankruptcy in the High Court in London last October by a last-minute intervention from billionaire tax exile, Brexiteer and fellow Tory peer Lord Michael Ashcroft
A document compiled by the Bar Council and Law Society urges the government to champion the advantages of Irish law as a pro-business, English-speaking, common law system inside the European Union
An eco-friendly crematorium business which “burned through” €7.2 million in start-up funds ...