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# Commercial Court

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Virgin Media sues Eir over alleged failure to pay €2.5 million fee as part of sports broadcast deal
Eir denies the claims made by Virgin Media, and the matter is set to come before the Commercial Court in the new year.
Dublin-based hospitality group sues Government over Covid-19 restrictions on bars and restaurants
Press Up Group operates some of the capital’s best-known bars and restaurants.
FBD says it does not insure against pandemics and nobody in Ireland had ever asked for it before
A number of publicans have taken the insurer to the Commercial Court.
Insurer FBD puts €22m aside to cover potential losses in court case taken by pub owners over Covid-19 cover
The insurance firm said its policies do not provide cover for a pandemic of this nature.
Movie giants get orders blocking streaming websites from internet providers
None of the ISP’s opposed the application.
Dermot Desmond takes court action over alleged leak to newspaper relating to sale of D4 home
‘Walford’ on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road, bought it in 2005 for €58 million, was once home to Sean Dunne and wife Gayle.
"W is pretty well down the alphabet, yet they've found good reason to go after me"
Mick Wallace has reacted to a judgement in the Commercial Court against him regarding a 2009 loan he received from Ulster Bank.
Roy Keane claims Paddy Power breached his constitutional rights with 'crude and vulgar' ad
The matter was admitted to the Commercial Court today.
Brian O'Donnell denies barricading himself inside Gorse Hill mansion
O’Donnell left the property to represent himself in court.
James Reilly offloads nursing home debt burden
A group of investors that includes the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs will clear the €1.9 million debt they were made to pay in a 2012 commercial court ruling.
Shell loses licence to operate controversial Mayo gas terminal
The court found that there was a defect in the carrying out of the environmental impact assessment.
Junior minister John Perry reaches deal with bank over €2.4 million debt
Minister for Small Business John Perry and his wife had a judgment of €2.47 million entered against them in the Commercial Court in July.
Former Quinn auditors will 'vigorously defend' €1bn negligence claim
The joint administrators of Quinn Insurance are suing the firm’s former auditors Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PWC) for €1 billion over alleged negligent auditing.
Minister: John Perry is like thousands of small business owners across Ireland
Brian Hayes has said he has a lot of sympathy for fellow junior minister John Perry who had a €2.47 million judgment ordered against him in the courts this week.
Government declines to comment on €2.47m judgment against Minister
Minister of State for Small Business, John Perry, and his wife consented to a judgment of €2.47 million being made against them in the Commercial Court today.
Developer being pursued by Ulster Bank among protest group that halted Allsop auction
A group of protesters forced the cancellation of the distressed property sale at Dublin’s Shelbourne Hotel, after gaining access to the auction room.
Court hears Jim Corr's financial affairs are 'chaotic'
Jim Corr is being questioned about a €1.4 million loan from ACC Bank which remains mostly unpaid almost nine years later.
Quinn family to appear in court for questioning over assets
The court ruled last month that IBRC could cross examine Seán Quinn’s children to “fill the vacuum”.
Commercial Court to allow cross examination of Quinn family
The order allows IBRC to question them about their about bank accounts as well as the alleged transfer of assets to offshore companies.
NAMA takes legal action against former employee over alleged data removal
The ‘bad bank’ is taking High Court action against a former employee who is alleged to have taken data without authorisation.
Supporters to hold Cavan rally for Quinn family
Supporters of the family will hold a rally in Ballyconnell, Co Cavan on Sunday seeking the withdrawal of contempt orders.
Banks granted €164m personal judgment against Seán Dunne
The developer had offered personal guarantees for the €400 million in loans used to buy two hotels in Ballsbridge.
The Daily Fix: Monday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed….
Sean Quinn ordered to repay €1.6 billion
Businessman Quinn has been ordered by the Commercial Court to repay €1.6 billion to the IBRC, formerly known as Anglo Irish Bank.
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
Catch up on the day’s biggest stories as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed.
Quinn ordered to repay €417m of Anglo debt
The judgement is the largest before the courts in the history of the State.
Court to rule on whether Anglo can still sue bankrupt Quinn
The Commercial Court will decide tomorrow on whether IBRC, formerly known as Anglo, can still seek a judgment against Sean Quinn.
TD Wallace ordered to repay €19m in bank loans
ACC Bank wins a summary judgment against Mick Wallace over personal guarantees he gave for five business loans.
Supreme Court rejects McKillen claims of NAMA unconstitutionality
McKillen can be consulted for input before his loans are acquired, the Supreme Court rules, rejecting his other complaints.
Judge awards €4m damages against Meath County Council
Awarding the money to a property company, Justice Peter Kelly said the council had exhibited ineptitude of a high order in its handling of property deal.
Couple in court over €70m unpaid BoI loans
Bank of Ireland takes couple to court, claiming they owe over €69.5m in loans for commercial and residential properties.
Archbishop wins €1.5m judgment from rogue solicitor
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin had been given money for charity, which is believed to have been spent on property.
Tolling company fights overcharging claims
The NRA says that Celtic Roads Group (Dundalk) Ltd has failed to reduce prices in line with inflation – but the company says it had a reasonable expectation that charges would never be revised downwards.
Anglo will have court date over Tom Browne €50m loans before Christmas
McKillen's NAMA appeal decision due on Monday
The Commercial Court will decide on Monday whether there are grounds for Paddy McKillen to appeal his NAMA challenge.
Court blocks Drumm's wife from transferring property to husband
Anglo Irish Bank is granted an injunction stopping the wife of its former CEO David Drumm from ‘sharing’ their property.
Is ACC using the commercial court as a business tool?
A businessman taking the bank to the High Court seems to think so.