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Doctor’s High Court Proceedings Ruled an Abuse of Process

Ireland - October 18 2021 GP Dr Samuel Van Eeden was prosecuted, and subsequently acquitted, of the importation of medicinal products without a manufacturer’s authorisation…

Government Priority Legislation for Autumn 2021

Ireland - October 13 2021 As we emerge from the plethora of COVID-19 legislation, the focus of the Government Legislation Programme (the Programme) has returned to tackling the…

HIQA, Nursing Homes and Freedom of Information

Ireland - September 28 2021 The Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) is an independent statutory authority responsible for promoting safety and quality in the…

Edward Gleeson, Finnian O’Neill

Appealing Sanctions Imposed by Professional Regulators

Ireland - September 28 2021 The Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 (2020 Act), which has almost fully come into force, provides doctors, nurses…

Sara Van Den Bergh, Edward Gleeson

Evidence in Regulatory Procedures: What can Decision-makers Rely on?

Ireland - June 29 2021 The procedures that regulatory decision-makers must follow in making decisions is a well-trodden area of administrative law. What is less discussed is…

Lisa Joyce, Niall Michel