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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Preliminary trial hearings to become law by summer

Preliminary trial hearings will be introduced in Irish law for the first time by the summer under government plans announced today.

Published 21 January 2021

Mr Justice Woulfe to hear Supreme Court cases next month

Mr Justice Séamus Woulfe is set to hear Supreme Court cases for the first time next month following the row over his attendance at a controversial dinner during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Published 21 January 2021

Scots lawyers follow Irish in bidding farewell to 'Dear Sirs'

Scottish lawyers have voted to follow their Irish counterparts in dropping the use of "Dear Sirs" as a salutation in formal letters and emails, a new survey has revealed.

Published 21 January 2021

Supreme Court urged to strike down citizenship revocation regime in full

Ireland's human rights watchdog has urged the Supreme Court to strike down the law on revocation of citizenship in its entirety.

Published 21 January 2021

Parental bereavement legislation to be brought to Stormont

Legislation providing for parental bereavement leave and pay will be brought to the Northern Ireland Assembly following the completion of a consultation.

Published 21 January 2021

David Brewster

Limavady solicitor David Brewster has passed away at the age of 56.

Published 21 January 2021

Peer predicts China will sack British judges on Hong Kong’s highest court

A peer has predicted that the Chinese authorities will sack the British judges who sit on Hong Kong's highest court amid the withdrawal of a barrister who was prosecuting the region's leading pro-democracy activists.

Published 21 January 2021

And finally... great Egyptian bake-off

Egyptian police have arrested a woman who made "indecent" cupcakes with penis-shaped frosting.

Published 21 January 2021

Judicial appointments bill will not skip pre-legislative scrutiny

Proposed legislation to overhaul the judicial appointments process will undergo pre-legislative scrutiny after TDs rejected a bid from Justice Minister Helen McEntee to expedite the process.

Published 20 January 2021

Sir Van Morrison launches challenge against Covid-19 ban on live music

Lawyers acting for Sir Van Morrison have launched a legal challenge against the blanket ban on live music in licensed premises in Northern Ireland.

Published 20 January 2021

Global Language Services Ltd

Technology in the 21st Century is providing us with the means to communicate our thoughts and ideas across the planet in a way that would have been unthinkable, even 10 years ago.

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