The founders of collapsed Irish tidal energy firm OpenHydro have been ordered to bear the six-fig...
Last week’s Prime Time special on gender dysphoria caused a huge furore even before it was broadcast. RTÉ says it made sure to respect all sides of the debate, but many have questioned its treatment of such a sensitive subject
Fachtna O’Ceallaigh (70) and his company TAL Management are suing O’Connor for €500,000 for alleged breach of contract
An allegedly prejudicial opinion piece published in the Irish Independent last November led to the jury in the case being discharged in the closing stages of the trial
Deloitte is being sued for professional negligence by the liquidator of Mount Capital Fund and Mount Capital Asset Subsidiary over alleged losses of $200 million
An investment fund has renewed its bid to remove a High Court judge from a case. Last month Mr Ju...
Claims by former Irish Life & Permanent boss Denis Casey that he was led into a €7.2 billio...
Developer’s latest attempt to avoid bankruptcy follows rejected personal insolvency arrangement
Firm’s Irish office will give legal and tax advice to multinationals
The Gardaí are in a period of flux and the Policing Authority faces extinction. But Josephine Feehily says ignoring the authority would be a grave mistake due to its swingeing powers
A 67-year-old Co Meath widower has become the first distressed borrower to secure a court approved debt for equity swap designed to keep him in his home
D-Day is approaching in a high-stakes legal showdown between Celtic Tiger architect Jerry Ryan and engineering tycoon Barry English, with the case hinging on whether English’s takeover of Ryan’s Emirati firm was a genuine deal or a ‘ball of smoke’. Francesca Comyn reports
Senior counsel Paul O’Higgins says recent case law from the Supreme Court and GDPR regulations on the handling of personal data may have a bearing on the new practice direction which limits social media use in court to lawyers and bona fide members of the media