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Delivery of Expert Reports - A One Time Only Event?

Canada - December 6 2018 In 2016, significant amendments were made to the Rules of the Superior Courts to address inefficiency and delay in the court system. These included...

Megan Hooper.

Welcome Changes Announced in the Court of Appeal to Address Delay

Ireland - December 5 2018 The current waiting time for civil cases to be heard by the Court of Appeal is approximately 20 months. For criminal matters, the delay is six months...

Lobbying Code of Conduct Published

Ireland - December 4 2018 The Code's overall objective is to ensure that lobbying is conducted with honesty, integrity and respect for the institutions and people being...

Imelda Higgins, Peter Osborne.

Service of Proceedings Within the EU- Irish Anomaly Addressed

European Union, Ireland - November 27 2018 The amendments follow on from the case of Grovit v Jansen. In that case, Binchy J set aside a judgment obtained in default of appearance against a...

Megan Hooper.

How Fundamental is the Rule of Law? An EU Showdown on Judicial Independence

Poland, European Union - November 19 2018 The European Commission has referred Poland to the CJEU due to violations of the principle of judicial independence created by the new Polish Law on...