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Ireland's courts are facing an eight-month backlog of Ward of Court applications, the Sunday Independent reports. Solicitors have recently been told that it will take eight months in order to complete the process, which is used to put the president of the High Court in charge of the welfare and asse

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Pictured (l-r): Cllr Paul McAuliffe and Niall Collins TD Fianna Fáil set out proposals to reform the justice system at the launch of its new policy document, Supporting Victims, this morning.

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Mason Hayes & Curran has invited third level students in Ireland to participate in its inaugural tech law writing contest. Students are invited to submit 500-600 word essays on Technology, Media and Communications Law, Intellectual Property, Data Security or Data Protection with the winner in wi

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A man has lost his appeal against the High Court’s dismissal of his negligence claim against the Minister for Defence, after the Supreme Court reaffirmed the High Court’s position that there had been inordinate and inexcusable delay. The appellant Peter McGarry’s claim had been that he had suf

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Dublin law firm Mason Hayes & Curran (MHC) has published analysis of the impact on employment law of the main Irish political parties' proposals. The firm compared the manifestos of Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil, Labour and Sinn Féin in order to establish how their proposed policies would affect busi

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