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Recent Court Rulings With Implications For Irish Competition And Regulatory Investigations
The following three recent court rulings are of significant relevance to the conduct of competition law and other regulatory investigations under Ireland's criminal prosecution enforcement regime:
Ireland
6 Aug 2019
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Are Our Words Interpreted Differently By Social Media Users? UK Supreme Court Issues Judgment
On 3 April 2019, the UK Supreme Court held that comments made by a wife in a Facebook post that her former husband ...
UK
3 Jul 2019
3
The Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments 2019 - The Irish Answers
Julie Murphy O'Connor and Gearoid Carey share their extensive experience with regard to the enforcement of foreign judgments in Ireland, including acting in some of the leading Irish cases relating to such enforcement.
Ireland
8 May 2019
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Periodic Payment Orders In Catastrophic Injury Cases
The Civil Liability (Amendment) Act 2017 was passed in November 2017. The act addresses issues raised by the Working Group on Medical Negligence and Periodic Payments, particularly the deficiencies
Ireland
8 May 2019
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Delay In Professional Negligence Claims
In a recent High Court decision, Power v Creed(1) Judge Baker dealt with a claim of professional negligence.
Ireland
2 May 2019
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Discovery Process Reaches Crisis Point: Supreme Court To Consider Reform
Clients with experience of litigating in Ireland will be familiar with the discovery process and the onerous obligation to disclose all relevant documents which are in their power
Ireland
2 Apr 2019
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Court Of Appeal Substantially Reduces Award Of Damages For Defamation From €10 Million To €250,000
The Court of Appeal, in the landmark judgment of Kinsella v Kenmare Resources plc & Anor (1) delivered on 28 February 2019, has set aside an award of damages of €10 million as being disproportionate, unjust and unfair in the circumstances.
Ireland
29 Mar 2019
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Brexit: Cross Border Disputes And Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments
Following on from our guide to Brexit and Contracts here, Julie Murphy O'Connor, Karen Reynolds and Gearóid Carey take a look ...
European Union
20 Mar 2019
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What Impact Will Brexit Have On Arbitration?
Arbitration, and particularly commercial arbitration, is unlikely to be affected by Brexit. That is so regardless of whether there is a negotiated exit or a no deal scenario.
European Union
15 Mar 2019
10
The Practitioner's Guide To Global Investigations
Partners Claire McLoughlin and Karen Reynolds, and senior associate Ciara Dunny author the Irish chapter of the Practitioner's Guide to Global Investigations ...
Ireland
20 Feb 2019
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Top Five Employment Law Issues For 2018
Looking back on 2018, we saw many interesting developments across many areas of employment law.
Ireland
15 Jan 2019
12
New Guidance On The Important Procurement Issues For Irish Clients
To date the Irish Courts have not made a declaration of ineffectiveness in a procurement challenge. However the applicable legal principles are of interest to Irish clients and have been outlined
UK
10 Jan 2019
13
Legislation Published To Establish The ‘Corporate Enforcement Authority' As Stand-Alone Agency
The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD, announced last week that the Government has approved the General Scheme of the Companies (Corporate Enforcement Authority) Bill 2018...
Ireland
20 Dec 2018
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Lyons Decision Overturned
The High Court decision in Lyons V Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board [2017/IEHC 272] arguably caused the most controversy in the world of employment law in 2017, not least because the High Court ...
Ireland
17 Dec 2018
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High Court Decision Highlights Need To Understand Blameworthiness Of All Wrongdoers Before Settling
On 4 December 2018 the High Court gave judgment on a preliminary issue in favour of the Defendant, HSBC Institutional Trust Services DAC ("HTIE") in a claim for $141 million taken against it by Defender Limited ("Defender").
Ireland
13 Dec 2018
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Representative Actions In Consumer Litigation: Dawn Of A New Era?
The European Commission (the "Commission") has published a draft Directive[1] which, if implemented, would introduce, for the first time in Ireland, a style of class action litigation by consumers against corporates.
Ireland
4 Dec 2018
17
Does Sorry Have To Be The Hardest Word?
The recent adverse publicity in relation to CervicalCheck and wide ranging recommendations contained within the Scally report acts as a useful reminder to health service providers...
Ireland
22 Nov 2018
18
Taking On White Collar Crime – LRC Recommendations For Enhanced Regulatory Powers
On 23 October 2018, the Law Reform Commission (the "Commission") published its Report on Regulatory Powers and Corporate Offences (the "Report").
Ireland
31 Oct 2018
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Public Procurement Case Law Update: Sanofi v HSE
Life Sciences businesses eagerly awaited the High Court judgment of 12 October on Sanofi v HSE.
Ireland
26 Oct 2018
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Trustee Actions Under The Spotlight
In this recent case, a majority of the English Court of Appeal held that an amendment made by the trustee of the Airways Pension Scheme (the "Scheme"), which introduced a trustee power to award discretionary...
Ireland
10 Oct 2018
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