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This year
High Court sets November date for hearing in damages claim against Conor McGregor
Mother of child with serious medical conditions has care allowance refusal quashed at High Court
Supreme Court rules that lower court was wrong to restrain union members from strike action
Protests hamper works at Kildare site where hundreds of Ukrainians are due to be accommodated
A company constructing facilities in Naas, Co Kildare for families fleeing war secured a temporary order restraining protesters from blocking entrances.
Last year
Graham Dywer appeal against conviction for murder of Elaine O'Hara to be heard in January
Michael Flatley claims family had to leave Cork home due to 'hazardous chemical residue'
High Court orders trial in Senator Gerard Craughwell's RAF 'secret deal' case
Dublin Airport brings High Court challenge against order to reduce night time flights
Dubai two may appeal refusal to halt prosecution for alleged quarantine breaches
Parents suing Rotunda over baby's death must be given internal hospital documents, court rules
All time
Enoch Burke not interested in 'Christmas gift' of temporary prison leave
Student brings Department of Education to court over Leaving Cert Mandarin examination
Gerry Adams fails to have parts of BBC's defence in his defamation claim struck out
High Court challenge alleges Irish anti-drug legislation is against EU free movement of goods
Detective's contempt case against Garda Commissioner struck out after settlement reached
High Court Judge directs Covid-19 deaths case must be heard in presence of State lawyers
High Court pretrial hearing against Conor McGregor adjourned to March 2022
The way has been cleared for fashion brand Karen Millen to buy Coast's Irish concession stores
Once destined for liquidation, energy group OpenHydro has a new prospect of survival
'Seriously insolvent' renewable energy group OpenHydro is headed for liquidation
Bank of America forced to merge its billion-dollar Dublin and London arms due to 'Brexit fallout'
An Irish scooter maker pushed to the brink by the collapse of Toys R Us has been saved
The planning body admits it made an error when it gave 500 Dublin homes the green light
The collapse of Toys R Us has pushed an Irish scooter maker to the brink
The developer behind Titanic Belfast is fighting an 'improper' move to wind the company up
A Dutch company claims Dublin Airport's owner 'acted unlawfully' over a €50m tender
A major Irish building firm claims Carillion's collapse has forced it into examinership
The IFA will pay its former boss €1.9m to settle his legal cases
Charities are hunting for €3.8m missing after the collapse of a detained Irish man's firm
Billionaire Dermot Desmond is suing over 'leaks' on his battle for Ireland's most expensive house
A Louth meat factory manager says he was given 12 hour shifts 'to humiliate him'
A liquidator has been appointed to the firm behind motor website Car Buyers Guide
Two firms linked to famous developers are at loggerheads over land at Dublin's south docks
A deal has been struck to save two big Galway hotels from closing down
Mayo's Achill Island Brewery is being liquidated after being unable to pay its power bills
Glasnevin Trust has sued Twitter to reveal who's behind 'grossly defamatory' posts
The High Court has shut down a personal injury 'claims harvesting' website
Three legal challenges to Dublin Airport's €320m runway have been thrown out
Three aviation execs wait to face claims they used trade secrets to set up a rival firm
A partnership linked to broadcaster Gay Byrne is being sued for €1.2 million