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Old Limitations On Third-Party Funding Still Apply
Historically, Irish law precluded parties with no connection or interest in proceedings from taking any part in or deriving any benefit from them.
Ireland
31 May 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To Product Liability 2014 Edition
What systems of product liability are available (i.e. liability in respect of damage to persons or property resulting from the supply of products found to be defective or faulty)?
Ireland
29 May 2014
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Reduction Of Damages Where Potential Defendant Not Sued
In the case of Hickey v McGowan and Cosgrove, the plaintiff had his award of damages reduced by 10% from €350,000 to €315,000.
Ireland
2 May 2014
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Negligent Valuations – "Thinking Of Selling" Letter Still A Valuation
Brownrigg v. Leacy related to a claim for damages by the plaintiff, Mr Frank Brownrigg, arising from the alleged negligence of the defendants.
Ireland
19 Mar 2014
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District And Circuit Court Limits Increased From 3 February 2014
The Courts and Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2013 changed the monetary limits on the jurisdiction of the courts in civil proceedings.
Ireland
19 Mar 2014
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Will Marie Fleming Right-To-Die Case Live On?
Marie Fleming's challenge under Irish law to the ban on assisted suicide came to an end on April 29 2013.
Ireland
5 Sep 2013
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Being Particular About Particulars
Although parties set out their formal legal position in pleadings, it is open to the opponent to seek particulars of aspects of the positions being adopted in those pleadings in order to understand better the case being made against them.
Ireland
26 Jul 2013
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Can "After The Event" Insurance Be A Substitute For Security For Costs?
A discussion on a recent case where the High Court had its first opportunity to consider whether "after the event" insurance policies could effectively be a substitute for security for costs.
Ireland
25 Apr 2013
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Wide Range Of Changes To Civil Law
The Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2011 was signed into law on 2 August 2011. With certain exceptions, all of the provisions of the Act are in effect from that date.
Ireland
12 Oct 2011
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