The Dublin couple had already settled a €60,000 claim against the company.
The chain has been cleared for a drinks license at the Lower Abbey Street venue.
The project is being led by Michael Wright, owner of the Wright Venue in Swords.
The decision follows an appeal on behalf of Dublin’s Red Cow Inn.
The pair were out for a family meal when the alleged incident occurred.
The woman was fined €100 when the conductor refused to accept her email ticket receipt.
The man tried to lift a 20kg tray while working in Ballymun.
The accident occurred in the car park of the retailer’s Ballymun store.
The Circuit Civil Court granted owner Tom Doone a ‘declaratory order’ for the build.
Patrick O’Sullivan claimed he was blocked by the company’s chairman.
Barrett is seeking court protection from Deutsche Bank, to which he owes millions.
The Quinns previously avoided eviction from their home, on which they owed €3 million.
A handyman previously employed by the landlord claims to own part of the land in the Liberties.
Ballycumber Wind Farm said it will miss its December completion date if the delays continue.
The retailer said she was ‘twiddling’ with the security wire attached to a display laptop.
The house belongs to John Nagle, the founder of Payzone, and his wife Joan.
The investigation was revealed in a court case involving a €60,000 personal injury petition.
The couple at the centre of the case had built up arrears of €55,000 on their mortgage.
The court heard claims the pair were assaulted and wrongfully imprisoned.
Court hears the quieter west end of the tourist attraction is the ideal model for its central area.