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Corporate Investigations 2019
The International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Investigations 2019 has now been published. Corporate Investigations covers common issues in corporate investigations laws and regulations
Ireland
21 Dec 2018
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Failings In The Disclosure Process: Key Learnings
What can we learn from failings in the disclosure process in the UK?
Ireland
18 Dec 2018
3
Waiting Times In A&E: What Are You Telling Your Patients?
Hospitals may be liable where their receptionists give patients misleading information as to the availability of medical assistance.
Ireland
5 Nov 2018
4
Criminal Liability For Company "Managers"
When can a manager be prosecuted for offences committed by a body corporate?
Ireland
5 Jul 2018
5
What Is It You Haven't Told Me?
Disclosure is an essential feature of the criminal justice process. If not done correctly, it can cause issues for both prosecutors and accused and can jeopardise the successful prosecution of a case.
Ireland
14 Sep 2017
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Is The Game Worth The Candle? – Court Of Appeal Clarifies The Test For Abuse Of Process
The newspaper sought to have the latter claims (relating to the statements made to Mr. O'Brien) struck out as an abuse of process based on their similarity to the claims relating to the newspaper articles.
Ireland
10 Aug 2017
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Breach Of Confidentiality – There Is No ‘Off-The-Record'!
The UK Supreme Court has found that a public body, HM Revenue & Customs ("HMRC"), breached its duty of confidentiality to a taxpayer after a senior official disclosed confidential information to journalists...
Ireland
3 Apr 2017
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Product Liability Litigation: Adequacy Of Particulars & Continued Use Of Defective Product
Manufacturers of products will be interested in two recent court decisions, one from the Irish High Court and one from the English Court of Appeal.
Ireland
10 Oct 2016
9
Should Search Warrants Identify The Specific Offence Suspected?
Regulators and other bodies with the power to search premises should consider identifying the specific offence suspected when applying to court for a search warrant and setting out the specific offence on the face of the warrant.
Ireland
27 Jul 2016
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Good Decision-Making For Public Bodies, Guide 6: What To Expect If A Decision You Made Is Judicially Reviewed
In this Guide, we look at what you can expect if a decision you make is challenged in the courts by way of judicial review.
Ireland
14 Jul 2016
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Good Decision-Making For Public Bodies, Guide 5: Proportionality, Discretion And Policies
This is the fifth in our series of Good Decision-Making Guides for Public Bodies. These Guides highlight what is best practice in decision-making and offer simple and practical tips to reduce the risk of challenge to your decisions.
Ireland
9 Jun 2016
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Good Decision-Making For Public Bodies, Guide 4: Fair Procedures – Beware Of The Pitfalls
These Guides highlight what is best practice in decision-making and offer simple and practical tips to reduce the risk of challenge to your decisions.
Ireland
13 May 2016
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Good Decision-Making For Public Bodies, Guide 3: Fair Procedures – Beware Of Bias
This is the third in our series of Good Decision-Making Guides for Public Bodies. These Guides highlight what is best practice in decision-making and offer simple and practical tips to reduce the risk of challenge to your decisions.
Ireland
4 Apr 2016
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Good Decision-Making For Public Bodies, Guide 2: Three Fundamental Principles
This is the second in our new series of Good Decision-Making Guides for Public Bodies.
Ireland
4 Mar 2016
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Good Decision-Making For Public Bodies, Guide 1: The Basics
Every year the High Court deals with hundreds of applications seeking to challenge the decisions of public bodies.
Ireland
29 Jan 2016
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The Aftermath Of A Cyber-Breach: Do I Have To Hand Over Potentially Damaging Documents?
If litigation proceeds, you may be required to hand over documents to the other side, including expert reports/documents which might show your security practices were inadequate or that policies and procedures were not followed.
Ireland
24 Dec 2015
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Rolling The Dice On The Enforcement Of Foreign Gambling Debts
Companies offering online gaming facilities may be surprised to learn that it is not possible to recover cross-border gambling debts in Ireland.
Ireland
3 Dec 2015
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Withdrawal Of Artificial Nutrition And Hydration: Who Decides?
Medical practitioners often find themselves in the unenviable position of having to decide whether to withdraw or discontinue treatment that is artificially prolonging a patient's life.
European Union
1 Dec 2015
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Showing Utmost Contempt: Enforcing A Court Order Against A Company
If the company wilfully disobeys the court judgment/order, you can apply to the High Court to have it enforced.
Ireland
6 Nov 2015
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US Court Rules Cyber-Security Expert Reports Privileged
A US court recently found that reports prepared by a computer security firm in the wake of a cyber-attack were not required to be disclosed in litigation arising from the attack as they were protected by attorney-client privilege.
Ireland
1 Jul 2015
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