A High Court judge has ruled that extracts of documents the FAI has given to the ODCE are covered by professional legal privilege and cannot be used as part of the probe into certain matters concerning the association.
A Nigerian businesswoman has secured a temporary High Court order aimed at having threatening and defamatory comments allegedly posted on social media platforms by an Irish-based woman removed.
The owners of a student accommodation complex on Dublin's Upper Dorset Street have claimed before the High Court part of its yard has been unlawfully appropriated by the operator of an adjoining pub.
An application by KBC Bank for a High Court injunction requiring the family at the centre of the Co Roscommon eviction controversy to leave their home is unlikely to be heard before the end of the current legal term.
A dispute between residents of a Dublin housing estate and family members of the late businessman Jim Mansfield Snr. concerning the management of the estate's common areas has come before the High Court.
Applications by the Public Appointments Service and the State to strike out a senior garda's action over an alleged flawed recruitment process for the position of Deputy Commissioner have been dismissed by the High Court.
The Minister for Justice has brought High Court proceedings against a farmer whose cattle have allegedly been trespassing on agricultural lands in North County Dublin that had been earmarked for a new prison.
New York-based Fr Michael O'Leary, who is facing drug charges in the US, is not prevented from travelling to Ireland to give evidence in a dispute involving him and his siblings over their late mother's will.
A dispute between six siblings over their late mother's will cannot proceed before the High Court because one of the parties, a Catholic Priest, has been charged with drug offences in the United States.
The President of the High Court has directed an independent medical doctor to assess a man alleged to have breached orders not to harass or communicate with a woman who claimed he "stalked" her online for years.
A recruitment company has brought High Court proceedings aimed at restraining two of its former employees and their company from soliciting any of its business or its customers.