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Media Gain Formal Access to Court Records

Ireland - August 22 2018 One of the many implications of the new Data Protection Act 2018 (the "Act") is that pursuant to section 159 of the Act the rules of the courts (at...

Lisa Carty, Catherine Thuillier, Richard Breen.


Supreme Court Rules a 'Right to Litigate' Cannot be Assigned to a Third Party

Ireland - August 16 2018 What happens if you assign your right to litigate to a person or company that is unconnected to the event that creates the right to litigate? In the...

Lisa Carty, Rebecca MacCann, Richard Breen.


Privilege Perils: Reporting with Purpose

Ireland - July 18 2018 In the recent case of Artisan Glass Studio Limited v The Liffey Trust Limited, Slovak Limited (substituted by Aviva Limited and Anor 2018 IEHC 278...

Lisa Carty, Michelle Martin, Richard Breen.


Adverse Costs Awards: Ignore an Open Offer at your Purse's Peril!

Ireland - May 23 2018 In the recent case of O'Reilly & Anor v Neville & Ors 2018 IEHC 228, the plaintiffs and defendants were parties to a building agreement for a...

Lisa Carty, Rebecca McCann, Richard Breen.


In-House Solicitors Caught By Mediation Act 2017

USA - October 5 2017 On Monday 2 October the Mediation Bill 2017 was signed into law by the President and a commencement order is expected in the coming weeks. Once...

Richard Breen.