A High Court judge has granted a stay until October on his decision that a fund is entitled to a total €65m judgment against a businessman and his wife after being told discussions are underway between the sides.
Thu, 30 May, 2019
A High Court judge has ruled Dunnes Stores must pay €15.5m “forthwith” to the receivers of a company of businessman Harry Crosbie to comply with agreed terms of settlement of a legal dispute concerning the planned Point Village development, writes.
Thu, 16 Nov, 2017
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has criticised frontline gardaí for rejecting the “specific findings” of the false breath-tests investigation and attempting to wash their hands of responsibility for the affair.
Sat, 16 Sep, 2017
Harry Crosbie took no salary for nearly three years from his last remaining business, the Vicar Street music venue in Dublin, but did draw €1.7m from it to pay for his living and trading expenses, the Commercial Court has heard.
Wed, 03 May, 2017
WHEN Fianna Fáil set up Nama in 2009, it was a painful but necessary response to Ireland’s financial crisis, notwithstanding the fact that the party bore major responsibility for the economic meltdown in the first place.
Thu, 20 Apr, 2017
The Dáil public accounts committee chair has claimed Nama officials warned him they had a “dossier” on his previous comments about the group at the same time they issued a clear legal threat over the findings of the PAC’s Project Eagle report.
Fri, 31 Mar, 2017
Finance Minister Michael Noonan’s meeting with US firm Cerberus just days before the Project Eagle Nama deal was “not appropriate” and implied “special treatment” was being given at the taxpayers’ expense.
Wed, 15 Feb, 2017
The Government has been accused of using a powerful Dáil committee as “patsies” after it emerged that two back-room staff working on the committee’s Project Eagle report were secretly taken off the project, causing a two-month delay in its work.
Fri, 03 Feb, 2017