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Beauchamps | Ireland | 1 Oct 2020

Supreme Court confirms independent decision-making function of Mental Health (Criminal Law) Review Board

In the recent case of MC v Clinical Director of the Central Mental Hospital,the Supreme Court has found that the Clinical Director of the Central…

A&L Goodbody | Ireland | 1 Oct 2020

Discovery in procurement cases: Word Perfect Translation Services Limited v Minister for public expenditure and reform

Supreme Court outlines a Proposed Approach for Discovery in Procurement Cases - Word Perfect Translation Services Limited v Minister for Public…

McCann FitzGerald | Ireland | 4 Sep 2020

Supreme Court Expands Scope of Harassment to Offensive Online Posts

Since the emergence of online publication, social media platforms and their users have been subject to a diverse range of litigation. Many of these…

McCann FitzGerald | Ireland | 30 Jul 2020

Don’t Shoot the Messenger - Karyn Harty Explains Why Defamation Cases Still Need Juries

With the recent appointment of a new Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee, defamation reform comes into renewed focus as an item featured in the…

Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 30 Jun 2020

Chapter 3 Of Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act 2015 “Unconstitutional” - High Court Rules

The Sectoral Employment Order for Electrical Contracting Sector made pursuant to Chapter 3 of the Industrial Relations (Amendment) Act, 2015 declared…

Anne O'Connell Solicitors | Ireland | 30 Jun 2020

High Court grants Injunction but Limits Order to Pay Employee’s Remuneration for Only Six Months

The Applicant / Plaintiff Mr O’Donovan began work as the Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”) for Over-C Technology Ltd in August 2019 with the CEO of the…

McCann FitzGerald | Ireland | 29 Jun 2020

Job Titles Aren’t Everything When It Comes to Wrong-Doing

Where a company is found to have committed a crime, personal criminal liability can follow. In this briefing we consider the test the Supreme Court…

Beauchamps | Ireland | 29 May 2020

State of play with the courts today

The curtailment of services amongst each jurisdiction of the courts in Ireland will be well known by now, with new changes taking effect every week…

Lacey Solicitors | Ireland, United Kingdom | 12 May 2020

Irish Insurers and Consumers eye UK Covid-19 Business Interruption Test

Business Interruption underwriters working from the discomfort of their homes have been pouring over their previous craftmanship more than most in the…

Beauchamps | Ireland | 28 Apr 2020

COVID-19: Courts taking further steps to facilitate applications & hearings

A recent Commercial Court decision highlights that the courts in Ireland are willing to be flexible in order to get work done. In Clariant AG and…
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