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“No-deal” Brexit for Cross Border Enforcement of Judgments?

European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom - March 19 2021 The long goodbye is over. The newly struck EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement has rightly been met with sighs of relief, given the alternative…

Maurice Phelan.

Dispute Resolution: Picking Up the Tab? Non-party Costs Orders and Other Litigation Developments

European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom - December 19 2019 Parties pursuing litigation do so with the risk of being held liable for the opposing parties’ costs, if the litigation is unsuccessful. However, it…

Maurice Phelan.

Dispute Resolution Update: Banking - Consumer Protection and Openness

European Union, Ireland - July 3 2019 Over the last 10 years, there has been a significant volume of banking consumer claims, both through the courts and the Financial Services Pensions…

Frank Flanagan.

Time’s up? Limitation Periods for Mis-Selling Claims

Ireland - March 5 2019 Mis-selling claims against financial institutions usually involve allegations of negligence in the provision of products or services, for example…

Maurice Phelan.

After Brexit - Ireland as a Litigation Safe Haven?

European Union, Ireland - October 2 2018 The departure of Ireland’s biggest trading partner from the EU will undoubtedly create challenges. However, depending on the outcome of the current…