Stewart Title Business Continuity Programme

As concern regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues to evolve, Stewart Title is closely monitoring developments including the recommendations made by healthcare authorities and the UK government, in order to safeguard the health and well-being of our employees while ensuring our continued ability to serve our clients.

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Prominent solicitor Niall Murphy hospitalised with coronavirus

Prominent Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy has been hospitalised with coronavirus and remains in a critical but stable condition.

Published 30 March 2020

LK Shields appoints Colm Hanley as senior company secretary

LK Shields has announced the appointment of Colm Hanley as a senior company secretary in Galway.

Published 30 March 2020

Barristers volunteer to carry out coronavirus contact tracing

Hundreds of barristers have volunteered to carry out coronavirus contact tracing for the HSE in order to relieve pressure on health staff.

Published 30 March 2020

Michael Enright

Cork solicitor Michael Enright, a former president of the Southern Law Association, has passed away.

Published 30 March 2020

Patrick Dunne: Soldiers on the streets does not mean we're heading towards martial law

Patrick Dunne urges reason in discussions about the lockdowns aimed at slowing the spread of coronavirus.

Published 30 March 2020

ICO advises UK government it can use phone data to track coronavirus

The UK government has been advised by the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) that it can use anonymised mobile phone data in order to track people who have COVID-19.

Published 30 March 2020

Scotland: Salmond lawyer Gordon Jackson QC self-refers to SLCC over trial comments

Former Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond's lawyer, Gordon Jackson QC, has referred himself to the Scottish Legal Complaints Commission (SLCC) following the publication of footage in which he made comments about Salmond's trial.

Published 30 March 2020

UK ditches wrongful trading insolvency laws

The UK's wrongful trading law will be suspended to allow businesses to "weather the storm" of the coronavirus pandemic, Alok Sharma, the UK business secretary, has announced.

Published 30 March 2020

Dutch ordered to pay compensation to victims of colonial killings

The Netherlands has been ordered to pay compensation to the families of 11 men who were shot dead by Dutch soldiers in Indonesia in the 1940s.

Published 30 March 2020

‘Hiring from within’ is the key to successful Legal IT

The legal industry is utilising more technology than ever before. Law firms understand that in order to be considered as a leader in their respective fields, incorporating both legal IT and the knowledge to power it is now essential.

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