Thursday February 27, 2020

Drop in number of Commercial Court cases

Lowest number of new cases before the court in a decade

3rd January, 2016
Roy Keane recently had a dispute with Paddy Power in the Commercial Court

The number of new cases before the Commercial Court last year was the lowest in a decade, provisional figures released to The Sunday Business Post show.

Approximately 150 cases came before the big business division of the High Court between January and mid-December of 2015, compared to 171 for the whole of 2014.

High profile actions that were recently before the court included Roy Keane’s dispute with Paddy Power over a billboard likening him to Braveheart and AIB’s pursuit...

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