Organisation: Irish High Court
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The Supreme Court wants the Court of Justice of the EU to determine legal issues with potentially serious implications for the treatment of extradition requests from Germany and Lithuania.
Thu, 26 Jul, 2018
Businessman Sean Dunne's bankruptcy should not be extended because of the conduct of the official in charge of the process, it has been claimed before the High Court.
Fri, 27 Apr, 2018
A Garda informer can use sensitive material obtained in proceedings pending before the High Court in his legal battle to prevent his extradition from the UK to France.
Fri, 27 Apr, 2018
Convicted murderer Graham Dwyer's challenge against Ireland's data retention laws is "misconceived" and is "a re run" of an application dismissed by the judge presiding at the architect's trial, the High Court has heard.
Wed, 14 Mar, 2018
Fugitive struck-off solicitor Michael Lynn is due to be extradited from Brazil next week, the High Court heard today.
Wed, 21 Feb, 2018
A legal action concerning the proposed sale of a mansion in Co. Kilkenny is not proceeding, the High Court has been told.
Wed, 06 Dec, 2017
Ian Bailey says he expects the Minister for Justice to appeal today’s decision not to extradite him to France.
Mon, 24 Jul, 2017
Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, says it has been in contact with management at a secure mental health facility in Britain, which currently has three Irish children staying there, after a Channel 4 documentary raised serious concerns about the centre.
Fri, 03 Mar, 2017
Dozens of damages claims brought by Irish hauliers against Europe’s biggest truck manufacturers who allegedly engaged in anti-competitive practices, have come before the High Court.
Wed, 01 Mar, 2017
A clash between the Data Protection Commissioner and the US government over the adequacy of US legal safeguards for the data privacy rights of EU citizens has emerged at the Commercial Court.
Wed, 08 Feb, 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May could have accidentally triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which allows member states to leave the EU, according to a legal challenge due to begin in the Irish High Court this month.
Sat, 14 Jan, 2017
Fri, 08 Jul, 2016
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 activist investor challenging boardroom control at Irish exploration firm, Petroceltic has claimed support is growing for its endeavours.
Wed, 07 Oct, 2015
The Irish High Court has jurisdiction to deal with a challenge by a group of Irish Investors, in a Radisson Blu Hotel in Southern France, against AIB bank’s threat to take over their shares.
Tue, 01 Sep, 2015
Developer Seán Dunne has lost his Supreme Court bid to set aside his bankruptcy arising from default on loans of some €164m issued to buy properties in Dublin.
Sat, 16 May, 2015
A solicitor found guilty of 30 counts of professional misconduct over undertakings on behalf of clients to financial institutions has been struck off by the president of the High Court.
Tue, 27 Jan, 2015
An Irish man has won an action against Britain over the insistence his Colombian-born wife needed a visa to enter the country.
Fri, 19 Dec, 2014
Playboy is taking an action in the Irish High Court over photographs of supermodel Kate Moss.
Tue, 09 Dec, 2014
The European Commission has cleared the proposed merger between Fyffes and its US banana rival, Chiquita Brands — removing any regulatory barriers to a deal being concluded before the end of the year.
Sat, 04 Oct, 2014
The official in charge of Sean Dunne’s bankruptcy has launched High Court proceedings aimed at setting aside the bankrupt businessman’s transfer of an interest in a €17m-€18m South African hotel to his wife Gayle.
Tue, 23 Sep, 2014
THE Department of Education is an extraordinary place. In the various bits of bumph it publishes from time to time — annual reports, statements of strategy, and the like — it sets out its mission as "enabling learners to achieve their full potential and contribute to Ireland’s economic, social, and cultural development".
Tue, 05 Aug, 2014
There are fresh hopes that the Waterford Crystal pension dispute could be resolved before it goes to High Court next year.
Tue, 29 Jul, 2014
The Irish High Court has gone to Europe over a privacy law ruling that could have major repercussions, writes Maria Helen Murphy
Fri, 20 Jun, 2014
The Irish Brokers Association is calling for a complete overhaul of insurance regulation after the liquidation of Setanta Insurance left 75,000 people uninsured.
Sat, 26 Apr, 2014
Ryanair will formally lodge its appeal against the ruling by Britain’s Competition Commission — for it to lower its near 30% stake in Aer Lingus to just 5% — in the coming weeks, with the airline hoping for a quick reversal.
Sat, 21 Sep, 2013
HSBC’s interim results reveal that the company made a $250m (€188m) settlement in the Irish High Court as a result of investments in Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
Tue, 06 Aug, 2013
Developer Sean Dunne was yesterday declared bankrupt by the High Court.
Tue, 30 Jul, 2013
The wife of developer Seán Dunne is to be added to the list of creditors in his US bankruptcy case in papers due to be filed in Connecticut on Friday.
Wed, 19 Jun, 2013
The trials of Marie Fleming continue.
Tue, 30 Apr, 2013
A report in the Guardian 25 Oct 2012 reveals that Britain has recently rejected US requests to use UK bases in its nuclear standoff with Iran because of secret legal advice that any pre-emptive strike could be in breach of international law.
Wed, 31 Oct, 2012
The Odyssey Pavilion in Belfast, which has been put up for sale for £10m (€12.5m) on the instruction of administrator KPMG, will trigger a multimillion euro loss for the IBRC.
Thu, 27 Sep, 2012
A Wicklow woman who is seeking the right to end her own life believes former High Court decisions supporting the right to turn off life-support machines and refuse a blood transfusion will bolster her fight for justice.
Mon, 17 Sep, 2012
The High Court has made orders allowing a journalist and a director of a charitable organisation give evidence as part of a multimillion dollar lawsuit in the United States involving lifestyle guru and businessman Tony Quinn.
Wed, 25 Jul, 2012
Ireland and the UK have been told they cannot send asylum seekers back to Greece because of the country’s inadequate asylum arrangements.
Wed, 21 Dec, 2011
THE go-ahead for the restructuring of Quinn Insurance (QIL) — including a change of ownership and a €700 million compensation injection — has been granted by the European Commission (EC).
Thu, 13 Oct, 2011
IN communist countries after World War II, the state was paying to owners 10%–20% of their capital value.
Wed, 11 May, 2011
THE Government is introducing a 90% “super tax” on bank bonuses, but it won’t apply to the €40 million about to be paid to AIB staff.
Fri, 10 Dec, 2010
FORMER Anglo Irish chief executive David Drumm claims he is the victim of a vendetta by Ireland’s top politicians.
Fri, 26 Nov, 2010
Elan directors Vaughn Bryson and Jack Schuler have agreed to suspend their Irish High Court proceedings against the drugs company and resign from the board.
Fri, 17 Sep, 2010
Protesting workers staging a sit-in at a Thomas Cook branch in Dublin vowed to continue their action for a third day today despite a High Court ruling ordering them to leave.
Sun, 02 Aug, 2009
AS TRAUMATIC as the personal anguish they represent, there is nothing unique about five empty properties on South 17th Street in Springfield, Illinois.
Sat, 13 Sep, 2008
AN IRISH language campaigner has lost his battle to avoid the “institutional harassment” of a Canadian army pledge, which requires him to toast and salute Queen Elizabeth II.
Wed, 23 Jan, 2008