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Mr Justice Nicholas Kearns, outgoing president of Ireland's High Court, has warned his colleagues to avoid making excessive interventions in public investigations. Speaking on Friday, his final day of the bench, Mr Justice Kearns suggested that successive court interventions had "virtually paralysed

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Pictured (l-r): Seanna Mulrean and Shane Neville Dublin firm LK Shields has announced the promotion of Seanna Mulrean and Shane Neville as partners in the corporate & commercial and litigation & dispute resolution departments respectively.

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In a case that will likely carry implications for the conduct of future elections, the Supreme Court has ordered a recount of votes cast in the 2014 local elections for the Listowel electoral area in North Kerry. The court unanimously upheld a claim by former Senator Dan Kiely that a mistake in cond

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Barristers' fees for public work have fallen by 60 per cent since 2008, the Bar Council of Ireland has told a UN committee that will today hear a case concerning access to justice in matters of environmental law. The Bar Council said a "severe" reduction in fees had led to barristers leaving the pro

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A prominent Irish republican has been found guilty of nine charges of tax evasion by the jury-less Special Criminal Court. Thomas 'Slab' Murphy was accused of failing to furnish tax returns between 1996-2004, while he was farming and dealing in lucrative cattle.

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