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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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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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Media Can Now Access Court Records
From 1 August 2018, a change in the Rules of the Superior Courts (the "Rules") allows the media access to documents opened or deemed to have been opened in High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court hearings.
Ireland
23 Aug 2018
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Supreme Court Guidance On Litigation Limits
The Irish judiciary has long been cognisant of the rights of all parties – whether represented or unrepresented – to access the courts and have a right to a fair hearing.
Ireland
12 Jul 2016
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Modular Trials: New Rules And Old Guidance
Statutory Instrument 254 of 2016, which will apply from October 1 2016, makes various amendments to the Rules of the Superior Courts relating to the conduct of trials.
Ireland
12 Jul 2016
6
High Court Upholds Jurisdictional Challenge To Enforcement Of Foreign Judgment In Ireland
In Albaniabeg Ambient Shpk v Enel SpA and Enelpower SpA (High Court, 8 March 2016, McDermott J), the Defendants successfully resisted an application to enforce a foreign judgment in Ireland on jurisdictional grounds.
Ireland
21 Apr 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To: Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments 2016
Matheson's Julie Murphy-O'Connor and Gearóid Carey co-wrote the Ireland chapter for The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Enforcement of Foreign Judgments 2016, first edition.
Ireland
4 Apr 2016
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ADR Invitations Not Always Appropriate
Under the Rules of the Superior Courts, the High Court can invite parties to litigation to engage in a process of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) – defined in the rules to encompass conciliation and mediation.
Ireland
31 Mar 2016
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Injunctions And The Nature Of The Order Sought
The case involved an injunction sought by a shopping centre's owner, landlords and management company, as part of proceedings against the owner and operators of a grocery store occupying the anchor unit.
Ireland
9 Mar 2016
10
Determining Governing Law Not A Separable Issue
The High Court recently deemed that the question of determining which governing law applies to a dispute should not be dealt with as a separate and distinct matter in isolation from a ruling on the relevant facts.
Ireland
25 Jan 2016
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Strict Test For Dismissing Plaintiff's Claim
A recent decision has reaffirmed that a strict test will be applied where a defendant seeks to strike out a claim against it on the basis that no case against the defendant can be demonstrated.
Ireland
10 Dec 2015
12
Irish High Court's First Engagement With Litigation Funding
The Defendants in the ongoing Persona litigation (Persona Digital Telephony Ltd & Anor v Minister for Public Enterprise, & Ors [2015] IEHC 457) were successful in their recent application to the High Court...
Ireland
29 Oct 2015
13
Costs And Interlocutory Injunction Applications
The High Court recently considered the principles applicable to making an award for the costs of an interlocutory injunction application.
Ireland
21 Sep 2015
14
Landmark Supreme Court Judgment On Evidence
The Supreme Court delivered a landmark judgment in the case of DPP v JC [2015] IESC 31 where it articulated a new exclusionary rule concerning unconstitutionally obtained evidence.
Ireland
11 Sep 2015
15
Immunity From Suit For Experts?
The Law Reform Commission (the "LRC") recently sought submissions on their Consultation Paper on Expert Evidence.
Ireland
9 Jun 2015
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Ex Parte Relief And Full And Frank Disclosure
A recent decision has confirmed the importance of ensuring full and frank disclosure when seeking an order from the court on an ex parte basis.
Ireland
8 Jan 2015
17
Is Legal Representation Required?
While companies must instruct legal representatives for the purpose of representing the company in proceedings, an individual may represent themselves.
Ireland
19 Sep 2014
18
An Intolerable Level Of Delay?
In McClean v Sunday Newspapers Limited the High Court considered whether the delay in prosecuting proceedings justified dismissing the proceedings.
Ireland
28 Jul 2014
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Amendment Of Statement Of Claim
In Irish plenary proceedings the statement of claim sets out the detail of a plaintiff's case.
Ireland
18 Jun 2014
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Changes In Monetary Jurisdictions Of The Irish Courts
Changes contained in the Courts and Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2013 will increase the monetary jurisdiction of the Courts.
Ireland
11 Mar 2014
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