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Brexit - Has Your Business Planned for Running Low on Oxygen?

United Kingdom, European Union - August 29 2019 Less than an hour after an oxygen tank exploded on Apollo 13, mission control told the crew to isolate a small tank, containing 3.9 pounds of oxygen...

James Morrin, Frank Flanagan.

Dispute Resolution: Supreme Court Dismisses an Appeal by Well-Known Lay Litigant Jerry Beades

Ireland - August 1 2019 On 29 July, the Supreme Court dismissed an appeal by Jerry Beades against a judgment granted in 2012. The Court confirmed that lenders do not need to...

Áine Hogan, Frank Flanagan.

Insolvency Update: Supreme Court Definitively Settles Law on Enforcement by Way of Equitable Execution

Ireland - May 24 2019 The appointment of a receiver by way of equitable execution has generally been considered a “remedy of last resort” and, for over a hundred years...

Áine Hogan, Frank Flanagan.

Insolvency Update: A Change of Corporate Form Does Not Impact Litigation

Ireland - May 3 2019 In Start Mortgages Designated Activity Company v Simon Kavanagh and Anor, a net point of practice and procedure has helpfully clarified that there...

Áine Hogan, Frank Flanagan.

Sympathy as a Ground to Refuse Orders for Possession of Family Homes?

Ireland - March 6 2019 The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform (Amendment) Bill 2019 (the “Bill”) proposes to broaden the factors that the courts can consider in refusing...

Frank Flanagan, Micheál Grace.