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Show Me The Money? Loan Purchase Price Only Needs To Be Disclosed To Borrower Litigants In Exceptional Circumstances
In recent years, the sale of non-performing loan portfolios by banks and other credit institutions to investment funds has become more prevalent
Ireland
4 Oct 2019
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Exaggerated & Fraudulent Claims – A Step In The Right Direction?
Recent media coverage of personal injury litigation and the knock on effect of awards on premium holders has yet again highlighted the need for change and reform in our courts in both the determination of wrong doing...
Ireland
8 Aug 2019
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The Supreme Court Reaffirms The Importance Of Discovery
The English invented discovery while casting about for a substitute for torture for parties unwilling to reveal facts at issue in a law suit. Their idea was a good one
Ireland
6 Aug 2019
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Putting Policies To The Test
Last month the Labour Court examined Stryker Orthopaedic's ("the Company") Dignity at Work Policy following an appeal by its employee to a recommendation of the WRC.
Ireland
26 Jun 2019
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Court Of Appeal Not Swayed In "Swinging" Defamation/Privacy Case
The Court of Appeal has recently upheld a High Court finding of defamation against the Sunday World newspaper while also awarding damages for breach of privacy1
Ireland
24 Jun 2019
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Your Eggs Or Mine: Court Of Appeal Restates The Law On Passing Off
Although passing off cases are a rare phenomenon in Irish courts there have been times when businesses have sought the litigation route to stop a person or a business from passing off their goods or services.
Ireland
12 Apr 2019
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Two Recent Milestones In Japanese Knotweed Litigation
In a previous article (April 2017) the case of Williams & Waistell v Network Rail was discussed. In this landmark case, a Cardiff Court found Network Rail responsible for an actionable nuisance
Ireland
19 Mar 2019
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Reputation Management – A Corporate Survival Guide
"It takes twenty years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you'll do things differently" ― Warren Buffett.
Ireland
14 Dec 2018
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Out Of Time: Nóirín O'Sullivan -V- Irish Examiner
Earlier this month, the High Court (Judge Pilkington) refused former Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan an extension of time within which to issue defamation proceedings.
Ireland
27 Nov 2018
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Court Of Appeal Decision Limits The Ability Of Borrowers To Challenge Loan Owners
The recent Court of Appeal decision handed down by Ms. Justice Baker on 31 October 2018 in the case of Tanager DAC v Rolf Kane and PRA (Amicus Curiae) and Bank of Scotland (Notice Party),
Ireland
14 Nov 2018
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Confidence In Legal Professional Privileged Upheld In UK Court Of Appeal
A recent Court of Appeal finding in the UK has provided both Corporate Counsel and external lawyers
Ireland
28 Sep 2018
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New Court Rules Allow Greater Access For Media To Court Documents
New Court Rules relating to the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court were introduced on 1 August 2018 which allow the media access to documents on court files where access...
Ireland
9 Aug 2018
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Personal Injury Claims – Costs Differential Orders
Prior to the increase in power to award greater damages, the lower monetary levels of the District Court and Circuit Court meant that modest personal injury claims were being taken in the High Court
Ireland
8 Aug 2018
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Defamation Claims On The Rise In Ireland
The Courts Service Annual Report 2017 was published by the Courts Service on 17 July 2018 and shows a significant increase in the number of defamation claims in the Courts.
Ireland
7 Aug 2018
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Court Of Appeal Suggests A More Restrictive Approach To Discovery
The Court of Appeal per Hogan J. has issued a judgement in Tobin v The Minister for Defence & Ors1 which suggests a more restrictive approach to discovery.
Ireland
24 Jul 2018
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Fake Social Media Endorsements: Can Social Media Platforms Be Liable?
Online media platforms such as Facebook and Google strongly deny that they are publishers of online material, most likely to avoid assuming liability for online defamation by users of their services.
Ireland
18 Jul 2018
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Letting Sleeping Dogs Lie – How Much Delay Is Too Much?
As Mr Justice Keane recently stated in the High Court case of Brian Maxwell v Irish Life Assurance and others, there is no strict chronological or arithmetical answer to the question ....
Ireland
15 May 2018
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Supreme Court Addresses Difficult Issue As To Calculation Of Damages For Professional Negligence Occurring In Fluctuating Property Market
The Irish Supreme Court has greatly reduced a High Court order against law firm, LK Shields, to pay their former client, Rosbeg Partners,
Ireland
8 May 2018
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High Court Determines That A Child Protection Referral Is Protected By Qualified Privilege
The High Court has held that a Landlord who made a child protection referral to Tusla and the HSE arising from child protection concerns she had about her tenants could successfully rely on the defence of qualified privilege...
Ireland
29 Mar 2018
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Statute Of Limitations In Property Damage Claims: The Implications
The question of when damage was capable of being discovered will now become the new battleground in property damage claims where there is a possible Statute of Limitations defence.
Ireland
26 Mar 2018
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