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Show Me The Money – Security For Costs
Two recent judgments highlight the difficulties facing defendants when they apply for an order which safeguards their exposure to costs.
Ireland
9 Mar 2018
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2017 In Review
The insurance litigation sphere is constantly evolving. We recap on what we consider to have been some of the key changes over the last 12 months.
Ireland
18 Jan 2018
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New Approach To Lay Litigants, Mediation Act And More
A key feature of 2017 was a deepening recognition and response by the courts to the problems associated with organised lay litigant groups and lay advisors seeking to obstruct and...
Ireland
18 Jan 2018
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Insurance Update: 2017 In Review
The insurance litigation sphere is constantly evolving. We recap on what we consider to have been some of the key changes over the last 12 months.
Ireland
17 Jan 2018
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Key Developments In 2017
We review some key developments in the area of litigation and dispute resolution in Ireland during 2017.
Ireland
17 Jan 2018
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The Mediation Act 2017: Well-Intentioned, But Flawed
The Mediation Act 2017 (the "Mediation Act") was commenced with effect from 1 January 2018.
Ireland
9 Jan 2018
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Redacted Transfer Documentation Sufficient To Show Transfer Of Title
Since the High Court judgment in English v Promontoria (Aran) Limited (English case), the question of what level of redaction might be acceptable to prove transfer of ownership of loan ...
Ireland
27 Dec 2017
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Lay Litigants And McKenzie Friends – The Courts' Tolerance Continues To Dwindle
Further to our Insolvency Update issued 11 October 2017, another recent High Court judgment has clearly demonstrated the courts' increased lack of tolerance for litigants ...
Ireland
12 Dec 2017
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Arbitration Agreements – Do They Apply To Third Parties?
In a recent Circuit Court case, Mr and Mrs Maguire entered into a contract to buy a car. Mrs Maguire signed the standard terms and conditions of the seller (MSL) of the car, which included an arbitration clause.
Ireland
15 Nov 2017
10
The Mediation Act 2017 - What You Need To Know
The Mediation Act 2017 (the Act) includes many of the recommendations from the Law Reform Commission's 2010 report on Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation and Conciliation.
Ireland
23 Oct 2017
11
Setanta Insurance Decision – Pieces In A Jigsaw
The Motor Insurers' Bureau of Ireland was established to compensate victims of road traffic accidents caused by uninsured and unidentified vehicles.
Ireland
14 Aug 2017
12
Confirming Professional Disciplinary Sanctions: The High Court's Jurisdiction
Two recent High Court judgments have clarified the Court's jurisdiction when asked to confirm a sanction handed down by a professional regulatory body following a fitness to practise inquiry.
Ireland
26 May 2017
13
Government Priority Legislation – Spring/Summer 2017
Medical cards for children, registration of physiotherapists, a Judicial Council and housing are areas that have been marked as a priority in the Irish Government's Legislation Programme for Spring/Summer 2017.
Ireland
12 Apr 2017
14
Six Reasons To Invest In Ireland (Video)
Ireland has a lot to offer foreign organisations. From our low corporate tax rate to our highly-skilled and flexible workforce, there are many reasons to bring your business to Ireland.
Ireland
22 Mar 2017
15
Dispute Resolution 2016 Review
In March, the Court of Appeal considered in Purcell v Central Bank of Ireland the context in which ‘without prejudice' documents can be disclosed as part of a discovery request.
Ireland
4 Mar 2017
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Dispute Resolution Update: Litigation In Ireland In 2017: The Reform Process Continues
In 2016, the Irish Courts continued to adopt new processes to increase the speed, efficiency and predictability of trials and to promote the use of alternative dispute resolution...
Ireland
22 Feb 2017
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Judgment Day? Cross-Channel Enforcement Post-Brexit
Until recently, Irish creditors could reasonably assume that money judgments awarded in Ireland could be enforced within all other EU member states, including the UK.
European Union
30 Nov 2016
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Mediation: It Takes Two…
The High Court recently confirmed a party should not be forced to attend mediation. Refusing an Order requesting the Court to adjourn the proceedings and invite the parties to engage in mediation, the Court stated the defendants were entitled to have their actions vindicated in public.
Ireland
14 Nov 2016
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An End To The Microsoft Saga? Appeals Court Rules In Microsoft's Favour
A US appeals court recently handed down a ground-breaking privacy decision, bringing the three-year Microsoft warrant saga to an apparent end.
Ireland
11 Aug 2016
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Dispute Resolution Update: The Courts As Gate-Keeper?
It is no secret that in recent times the courts have seen an increase in frivolous and vexatious claims.
Ireland
22 Jun 2016
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