Two brothers, their father, and three companies with offices in Co Clare have brought a legal action aimed at requiring a fund to perform an amended settlement agreement reached by them with Allied Irish Banks.
The High Court has ruled today that Lord Magan, a member of the British House of Lords, is not entitled to a new tenancy of the €20m Castletown Cox mansion and 500-acre estate in Kilkenny which he had put in trust for the benefit of two of his three children, Edward Magan and Henrietta Black.
The state-owned Dublin Port Company (DPC) had sought orders against McQuaid O’Flanagan Warehousing and Transport Ltd and one of its directors, Mr Gerald McQuaid, including one to seize the company's property, over a failure to comply with a court order.
A dispute over an alleged right of way between the Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) and apartment owners adjoining the college's property at St Stephen's Green, Dublin has been admitted to the fast track Commercial Court list.
People who watch live English Premiership football matches on illegal streaming sites on their computers, set top boxes and other devices will find the service blocked when the 2019/20 season kicks off next month following a court order.
A legal dispute over the alleged failure of an insurance company to make a decision over whether to pay out over fire damage to a recycling facility in South County Dublin has been admitted to the fast track Commercial Court list.
The High Court has made directions for the convening next month of a meeting of Independent News & Media shareholders to consider the proposed €145.6 million acquisition of the group by Belgian media company Mediahuis.
A British life peer in dispute with a trust over his occupation of one of Ireland's finest Georgian mansions is engaged in an "orchestrated and calculated strategy" to delay the completion of the sale of the property, the Commercial Court heard.
The operator of the country's only care and rehabilitation centre for those with acquired brain injuries believes attempts are being made by adjoining landowners to obstruct a much-needed extension to the facility through a right-of-way claim, the Commercial Court has heard.
The Department of Education and Skills is suing a company over alleged defects in a €5m "rapid build" school which had to be closed for part of a term last year to allow temporary remedial works costing €1m to be carried out.
The contract is for supply, over about five years, of about one million doses of the 6in1 vaccine, which relates to Diphtheria, Tetanus, acellular Pertussis, Hepatits B, Inactivated Polio Vaccine and Hameophilus Infuenza Type B.