Rosanna Cooney

Rosanna Cooney

Irish VoltsWagon company jolts VW  into taking legal action over its name

Irish VoltsWagon company jolts VW into taking legal action over its name

A playground joke was the inspiration for the name of Mayo businessman Ciaran Sherry’s electric car charger company and is now the subject of a “battle royale” between himself and the second largest car manufacturer in the world

The Script drummer files lawsuit against former accountants

The Script drummer files lawsuit against former accountants

Glen Power, 41, of The Script is claiming damages for alleged professional negligence by Dublin-based Charterhouse Financial Services Ltd

The Sunday Interview: Bryan Bourke - Managing partner of William Fry

The Sunday Interview: Bryan Bourke - Managing partner of William Fry

Law firm William Fry lost seven junior partners to rival firms earlier this year. Managing partner Bryan Bourke believes it was a sign of a strong economy and growing international influence in Ireland

A story of innocence lost and a young life taken away

A story of innocence lost and a young life taken away

The sentencing of Boy A and Boy B for the murder of Ana Kriégel leaves a lingering fear that such savagery could become increasingly commonplace in Ireland

‘Justice has been done’: Boys sentenced for Ana Kriegel murder

‘Justice has been done’: Boys sentenced for Ana Kriegel murder

Custodial terms give Boy A and Boy B a second chance, says judge

Coulson major shareholder in liquidated fund firm Ledaig

Coulson major shareholder in liquidated fund firm Ledaig

At the time of liquidation, Ledaig had €1.2 million in assets

Ex-rugby star Byrne ‘vehemently’ denies claims about family business

Ex-rugby star Byrne ‘vehemently’ denies claims about family business

Shane Byrne will be in court next week to deny the claims made against himself and his brother William by the company that bought a 51 per cent share in their family business

Dad of narcolepsy sufferer ‘ashamed to be Irish’ over HSE’s handling of vaccine

Dad of narcolepsy sufferer ‘ashamed to be Irish’ over HSE’s handling of vaccine

Aoife Bennet, 26, from Naas, Co Kildare, is suing the HSE, the Minister for Health, GlaxoSmithKline, the manufacturers of the Pandemrix vaccine, and the Health Products Regulatory Authority

State denies all liability as woman takes swine flu vaccine case

State denies all liability as woman takes swine flu vaccine case

Accusations that HSE was ‘controlled’ by Pandemrix makers GlaxoSmithKline Health are ‘unjust’, High Court hears