Our libel laws are a theoretically attractive for foreign litigants but the expected deluge of cases has yet to materialise
The decision could render ‘moot’ the bid to oust AIB's receiver in the Irish courts.
Luxury Radisson Blu hotel in Toulouse entered pre-administration last autumn
The historic case arose after Seán FitzPatrick’s brother-in-law was removed from a client list sent to Revenue
Three former Anglo Irish Bank staff have been jailed for hiding accounts, linked to former chairman Sean FitzPatrick, from the Revenue Commissioners
They were delayed when 15 Prison Service workers turned up for work without driving licences
The Ireland assistant manager calls his depiction as William Wallace in warpaint ‘cruel and vulgar’
Defendant’s lawyer compares former banker with ‘man on grassy knoll'
More hostilities in long-running battle for private hospital
Medical device supplier DePuy International pays more than €1 million to a dozen Irish patients who claimed they were harmed by an artificial hip replacement product