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The High Court has dismissed a solicitor’s application for judicial review of a decision by the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal to adjourn proceedings to allow a company to obtain legal representation. In so ruling, the court determined that the Tribunal was entitled to control its own proces

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The High Court has determined that an anorexic woman should not be fed against her wishes by her treating doctors despite the risk of premature death. It was held that, in all the circumstances of the case, it was in the best interests of the woman for coercive feeding to end. In making the order so

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The High Court has set aside third-party proceedings on the basis of cumulative delays of two years for the service of the notices. The court held that there was inordinate and inexcusable delay by the defendants in seeking leave to issue third party proceedings and in the service of the third-party

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As the Michaelmas term has drawn to a close, it provides an opportunity to look back at some of the important judgments which defined the year in the courts. Over the course of 2021, Irish Legal News has produced hundreds of articles on new judgments and current awareness topics within the Irish leg

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The UK Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal in part of a board claiming entitlement to give instructions on behalf of the Central Bank of Venezuela and has dismissed the cross-appeal of a contender board. Lord Lloyd-Jones, with whom Lord Reed, Lord Hodge, Lord Hamblen and Lord Leggatt ag

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