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The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) gave judgment in the significant case of Airey v Ireland 43 years ago this Sunday. The case was taken by the late Josie Airey who sought a High Court separation order from her abusive and alcoholic husband of around 20 years. However, Mrs Airey could not af

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The UK Supreme Court will soon have the opportunity to settle the law relating to the proximity issue of plaintiffs as secondary victims in claims arising from clinical negligence, writes Belfast barrister James Stitt. On 13th January 2022 the Court of Appeal of England and Wales handed down judgeme

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Eoghan O'Sullivan of KOD Lyons considers the circumstances in which players can cross the line on the pitch and end up before the criminal courts. This year's season of GAA games saw some exciting and amazing displays of athleticism from the best that our counties have to offer in both hurling and f

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When global law firm Taylor Wessing opened its first Irish office in Dublin just over a year ago, it had strategic growth plans to support international technology and life sciences sector organisations with its own specialist advice. Its base in a Georgian townhouse in the city’s Ely Place by

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The new legal year is fast approaching and that means a new cohort of devils will begin their careers at the Bar. While acknowledging that everyone will have slightly different experiences in their first year, I have put together some advice for new practitioners based on my own experience of devill

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Michael Madden of Mason Hayes & Curran LLP examines forthcoming changes to Ireland's data retention laws. The Communications (Retention of Data) (Amendment) Act 2022 is intended to amend existing Irish data retention law to address the impact of recent EU case law, including that relating to the

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