A dispute between a company of property developer and investor Michael O’Flynn and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Council over a refusal of planning permission for a €75m residential development in south Dublin will be heard by the Commercial Court in May.
Michael McKevitt — who is serving a 20-year sentence for directing terrorism and membership of the Real IRA — is entitled to immediate release arising from recent legal rulings concerning remission rights, the High Court has been told.
NATIONAL Irish Bank is entitled to summary judgment for €37 million against Durkan New Homes, a couple and another firm over failure to repay loans given for a housing development at Cabinteely, Co Dublin, the High Court has ruled.
Transcripts and books of evidence used in the trials of five men at the Special Criminal Court are "intensely relevant" to a civil action being brought against them in the North by victims of the 1998 Omagh bombing, the Supreme Court heard today.
The Supreme Court will hear an appeal later this week against the High Court ruling that the families of some victims of the 1998 Omagh bombing are entitled to certain, but not all, of the documentation they had been seeking from five persons to be used in proceedings for damages against the five in the Northern Ireland courts.
The families of some of those killed in the Omagh bombing are seeking the discovery of documentation from five individuals who have appeared before the Special Criminal Court and are being sued for damages arising out of the 1998 explosion that killed 29 people, the High Court in Dublin heard today.
FBI agent David Rupert told the Special Criminal Court in Dublin today that he had discussed setting up an offshore bank off the Florida coast to launder crime money after his businesses in New York state had been seized by a bank because he defaulted on a loan.