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Fieldfisher LLP (Ireland) | Ireland | 24 Sep 2020

The Court of Appeal calls for predictability in the assessment of personal injury damages

The recent case of Emma McKeown v Alan Crosby and Mary Vocella reiterates the importance of predictability and transparency when assessing damages…
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LK Shields | Ireland | 24 Sep 2020

New rules relating to written submissions and issue papers in the High Court

A new High Court Practice Direction “HC97 - Written Submissions and Issue Papers”, issued by the President of the High Court, Ms Justice Irvine, will…
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Fieldfisher LLP (Ireland) | Ireland | 22 Sep 2020

Defamation and Offers of Amends; a useful option if timed correctly

Under Section 22 of the Defamation Act 2009, a defendant who for any reason is unwilling or unable to defend a claim for defamation, has the option of…
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LK Shields | Ireland | 14 Sep 2020

Distressed M&A - Opportunities and Risks

As many companies continue to suffer economic hardship due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is likely that mergers and acquisitions of companies…
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Fieldfisher LLP (Ireland) | Ireland | 14 Sep 2020

Waste firm loses challenge to Commission for Environmental Information's decision to release waste destination data

M50 Skip Hire & Recycling Ltd. ("the Firm"), a Dublin-based waste collection company, lost its High Court challenge to the Commissioner for…
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McCarthy + Co. Solicitors LLP | Ireland | 7 Sep 2020

Back to School (and to Court)

While it is back to school time, it is also back to court time this month. Usually, the superior courts do not sit in August and September, but this…
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Fieldfisher LLP (Ireland) | Ireland | 31 Aug 2020

"Happily Ever After…" Court of Appeal upholds challenge by intellectually disabled man who wants to marry

An intellectually disabled man who wanted to marry his long term partner has won his appeal to halt an inquiry into whether he should be made a Ward…
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Mason Hayes & Curran LLP | Ireland | 21 Aug 2020

The Luck of the Draw - Court of Appeal Discuss “Inconsistency” in Awards in Personal Injuries Actions

The recent judgment in Emma McKeown v Alan Crosby & Mary Vocella discusses the need for consistency and predictability in the assessment of damages in…
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Beauchamps | Ireland | 30 Jul 2020

Order for possession quashed in High Court due to insufficient proofs

A recent appeal to the High Court quashed a Circuit Court order for possession granted under Section 62 (7) of the 1964 Registration of Title Act…
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McCann FitzGerald | Ireland | 28 Jul 2020

Sectoral Employment Orders Declared Unconstitutional

The High Court has declared certain Sections of the Industrial Relations Act 2015 (the “2015 Act”) to be unconstitutional, thereby making sectoral…
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