Person: David Barniville
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Thu, 28 May, 2020
Thu, 30 Apr, 2020
Wed, 29 Apr, 2020
Sat, 18 Apr, 2020
Susquehanna International Holdings (SIH), which has more than 1,850 employees worldwide, has three Irish sub group members trading in marketable securities in the European markets.
Mon, 16 Mar, 2020
Lorgan Leisure, whose directors are Ciaran and Colum Butler, has been renting the premises since 1999.
Mon, 13 Jan, 2020
Fri, 20 Dec, 2019
A company selling a version of an anti-retroviral drug used in the treatment of people living with HIV/AIDS is breaching the Irish patent for the product, it is claimed.
Mon, 16 Dec, 2019
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.
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019
Mr Callely claims he is in hospital five days a week recovering from a “horrific bicycle accident last August".
Mon, 04 Nov, 2019
A visiting Chinese delegation inspecting Irish meat-processing plants may witness a stand-off at one facility today after efforts to broker a temporary lifting of the picket were rejected.
Fri, 30 Aug, 2019
Celtic Pure claims that its key retail customers have suspended orders, its monthly sales for August have dropped by 75% and it has incurred some €3m in unforeseen once-off costs.
Thu, 29 Aug, 2019
The order was granted in favour of Liffey Meats, which owns and operates plants outside Ballinasloe in Co Roscommon, Ballyjamesduff in Co Cavan and Hackettstown in Co Carlow.
Thu, 29 Aug, 2019
The High Court has approved survival proposals for three health care and pharmacy firms employing 79 people.
Thu, 25 Jul, 2019
A barrister likened the treatment by her professional body of two complaints against her to “being treated like a Jew in Nazi Germany”, the High Court heard.
Thu, 18 Jul, 2019
An environmental campaigner does not have any right under law to challenge a refusal for the College Green Civic Plaza plan in Dublin, the High Court has ruled.
Tue, 16 Jul, 2019
A High Court action by former La Stampa restaurant owner Louis Murray against a bank and a receiver has been withdrawn.
Wed, 05 Jun, 2019
Talks between lawyers for former La Stampa restaurant owner and those for a bank and a receiver have achieved a "conditional basis for a settlement" of the dispute between them, the High Court has heard.
Tue, 04 Jun, 2019
Former La Stampa restaurant owner, Louis Murray, has denied in the High Court he tried to deceive the bank to whom he owed €19.8m, by not telling them that he had a "stunning penthouse apartment" in Marbella, Spain.
Fri, 31 May, 2019
Former La Stampa restaurant owner, Louis Murray has instructed his lawyer to apologise for and withdraw comments about a bank-appointed receiver, including calling him "a thug" the High Court has heard.
Thu, 30 May, 2019
Former La Stampa restaurant owner, Louis Murray, told the High Court he had "never been confronted by such a thug" as the receiver who took control of his Dawson Street, Dublin, business.
Wed, 29 May, 2019
A residents group has brought a High Court challenge to a Bord Pleanála decision to grant planning permission for more than 200 homes in Blackrock, Co. Dublin.
Thu, 02 May, 2019
A legal challenge against the granting of planning permission to a proposed controversial €160m incinerator at Ringaskiddy in Cork Harbour opened in the High Court today.
Tue, 19 Mar, 2019
The Government does not possess the political will to protect vulnerable homeowners from so-called vulture funds, it is claimed.
Sat, 09 Mar, 2019
An American multi-national tolling technology company has failed in a High Court challenge to the awarding of the €200m-€400m contract to operate tolls on the M50 and on other roads in Ireland.
Wed, 17 Oct, 2018
A challenge against An Bord Pleanála’s decision to grant approval for the M28 Cork-Ringaskiddy motorway has been specially fast-tracked by the High Court.
Thu, 20 Sep, 2018
A 27-year-old man yesterday admitted the manslaughter of a 22-year-old mother-of-one but denied murdering her.
Wed, 11 Jul, 2018
A compensation claim arising out of an accident outside the Cork fish stall visited by members of the British royal family and featured in hit TV show The Young Offenders has been settled at the High Court in Cork.
Tue, 10 Jul, 2018
The Cork fish stall which achieved international fame with two British royal visits and as a location for the hit TV show The Young Offenders was the centre of attention yesterday at the High Court where a woman sued for compensation as a result of a fall on the public walkway outside the stall.
Sat, 07 Jul, 2018
An Bord Pleanála has told the High Court it made an error in its decision granting planning permission for a development of 500 housing units in north Dublin.
Thu, 28 Jun, 2018
A man serving a 20-year sentence arising from the shooting of publican Charlie Chawke has failed to get a High Court inquiry into his detention on grounds he is illegally detained in an "alien" county, Co Laois, where the people are "GAA supporters to a child".
Thu, 14 Jun, 2018
Last Friday, the Bar Association of Ireland hosted its first ever sports law conference in Dublin. The brainchild of Cork barrister Tim O’Connor and High Court judge David Barniville, the conference is another example of the growing interest in sports law.
Thu, 01 Mar, 2018
The company operating Lloyds pharmacies here has brought a legal challenge to new regulations governing the display of non-prescription medicines which may only be sold in pharmacies.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2016
Many tributes have been paid to Supreme Court Judge Adrian Hardiman who died suddenly yesterday.
Tue, 08 Mar, 2016
The capitulation of the Government to the legal profession displays again how vested interests can hold others to ransom, writes
Fri, 20 Nov, 2015
The Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) must pay out on 1,750 outstanding claims following the collapse of the Setanta Insurance Company, a High Court judge has ruled.
Sun, 06 Sep, 2015
Alan Shatter set out to reform the judicial system but left a lot of legislative loose ends behind, writes Kyran Fitzgerald
Mon, 12 May, 2014
An action by the Hickey pharmacy group and its owner Patrick Hickey aimed at preventing their loans, valued at up to €45m, being included in a portfolio of €900m loans offered for sale by the liquidators of IBRC, has been withdrawn on confidential terms at the High Court.
Fri, 17 Jan, 2014
The Commercial Court will deal next month with an action by Aer Lingus aimed at preventing Ryanair issuing another takeover bid for the national carrier in August.
Tue, 18 Jun, 2013
A number of legal challenges brought against the Government’s recapitalisation of Irish Life & Permanent should be struck out because those taking the actions lack the legal standing to do so, lawyers for the Minister for Finance argued yesterday.
Wed, 08 Feb, 2012
The High Court has ruled that an Irish Life & Permanent shareholder’s challenge against the Government’s recapitalisation of the bank was brought within the allowed time period.
Sat, 04 Feb, 2012
The High Court has ruled that an Irish Life & Permanent shareholder's challenge against the Government's recapitalisation of the bank was brought within the allowed time period.
Fri, 03 Feb, 2012
THE High Court has appointed a liquidator to investment fund management company Custom House Capital Ltd after two Central Bank inspectors found serious misuse by CHC of over €56 million of their clients’ assets and cash.
Sat, 22 Oct, 2011
The High Court has appointed a liquidator to investment fund management company Custom House Capital Ltd after two Central Bank inspectors found "a systemic and deliberate misuse" by CHC of more than €56m of their client's assets and cash.
Fri, 21 Oct, 2011