Wed, 09 Dec, 2020
Mon, 05 Oct, 2020
In a recent case, the Court of Appeal in Ireland overturned a 2012 High Court judgment which had ordered a man, who had been left the family pub business from his parents, to pay his older brother, as the court deemed proper provision had not been made for the brother by his parents during their lifetime.
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
Donald Trump has revealed in his financial disclosure that he reimbursed his personal lawyer for unspecified "expenses", with no mention of a payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about a sexual tryst she said they had.
Thu, 17 May, 2018
While Ireland is renowned for its charitable nature, trustees of charities have come under “considerable pressure” here in the last 12 months and faced some “significant challenges”, according to a senior counsel.
Tue, 09 Jan, 2018
Shareholders in the former Irish Life & Permanent (IL&P) who are suing the Government for loss of earnings after the 2011 bailout, can expect an EU judge to make a preliminary ruling on the case in four months.
Wed, 20 Apr, 2016
The largest broadband intervention yet by the State could run into legal difficulty and face significant delays. The Government’s National Broadband Plan which intends to deliver high-speed broadband to 750,000 homes and businesses by 2020 is expected to cost up to €500m to implement.
Wed, 23 Dec, 2015