All posts tagged "High Court"

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    Aer Lingus Will Sue SIPTU If Industrial Action Proceeds

    Aer Lingus has warned that it will sue SIPTU, its officers, officials and members for not less than €2 million per day in potential losses if the union’s planned industrial action for next Monday goes ahead. The airline says that the row with the union over pensions does not constitute a trade...

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    DAA Statement Re Potential Industrial Action on Monday

    The Dublin Airport Authority has issued the following statement in response to the threat of industrial action by SIPTU on Monday 1st October 2012: “Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) regrets to inform passengers that operations at Dublin, Cork and Shannon airports may be affected by industrial action on Monday, October 1. “DAA has...

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    No Club Travel Injunction for Ryanair

    The High Court has rejected Ryanair’s application for an injunction against Club Travel. The airline has alleged that the Budget Travel website is ‘screenscrapping’ data from Ryanair’s website in breach of the airline’s policy and sought an injunction pending the outcome of its action against Club Travel. Mr Justice Brian McGovern described...

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    Ryanair Launches Another High Court Action

    Ryanair has launched a High Court case against Budget Travel, for alleged breach of the airline’s website terms of use and intellectual property rights. It claims that Budget Travel has declined a request from the airline “to stop this unauthorised reselling of Ryanair flights”.

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    Cork-Swansea Ferry Stops Sailing Until April

    Following the granting by Mr Justice Peter Kelly of temporary High Court protection, Fastnet Line Ship Holdings Ltd, which is fully owned by West Cork Tourism Co-operative Society Ltd, has stopped operating the Cork-Swansea ferry, the MV Julia, for the winter. A series of 200 sailings between 6th April and 29th September...