Judge Allen said the legitimate interest of Ryanair in restraining Mr Bellew from taking up alternative employment was limited to roles which would risk the disclosure or use of its protectable information.
A criminal investigation is being conducted into a firm that provided cash in transit and other security services and which has an estimated deficit in its client account of €1.8m, the High Court has heard.
The owner of several meat factories has told the High Court that protests at one of its processing plants have escalated since it secured an injunction restraining the blockading of their factories and the intimidation of staff and suppliers.
The provisional liquidator of private security firm Business Mobile Security Services Ltd (BMSS) has told the High Court that he is concerned that the company's client account may have a deficit of up to €1.7m.
Claims brought by five staff members of the Criminal Asset Bureau over the State's refusal to pay them the same financial allowance as other non-garda officers for carrying out certain dangerous work have been dismissed by the High Court.
A businessman and his mother cannot act as company directors for five years after the High Court found they failed to keep proper books and records for their liquidated hairdressing supplies and beauty treatments business.
Five Criminal Asset Bureau officers have claimed the State has refused to pay them the same financial allowance paid to other non-garda officers for carrying out certain dangerous duties on behalf of the bureau.
The Revenue Commissioners, in a bid to get payment of a revenue debt, have secured temporary High Court orders restraining one of Ireland's largest animal welfare charities reducing its assets below €191,000 or transferring its lands to another charity.
Internet giant Google has agreed before the High Court to provide a Garda with information it has about the person who posted a YouTube video the officer claims contains commentary that is false, malicious and is defamatory of him.
A teacher's bid for a permanent injunction preventing the Teaching Council of Ireland from notifying the National Vetting Bureau of its concerns over his relationship with a former student has been dismissed by the High Court.
The bank inquiry whistle-blower who claimed the investigation is beset with “conflicts of interest” and “corruption” is considering legal action after a report into the allegations said there are absolutely “no facts” to back them up.
An independent senior counsel has been appointed to lead an investigation into claims that some banking inquiry witnesses received “preferential” treatment and allegedly met an investigator for dinner days before being questioned over their role in the crash.