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The judiciary considered taking “the nuclear option” and bringing a lawsuit against the Government over attempts to cut judges pay during the financial crisis, it has been revealed in a new book. In The Supreme Court, former Irish Times legal affairs correspondent Ruadhán Mac Cormaic reveals th

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The Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has announced that its next Executive Director will be Liam Herrick, currently Advisor to President Michael D Higgins and previously Executive Director of the Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT). ICCL Co-Chairperson Mr Niall Mulligan said: “On behalf of the

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Arthur Cox has won the "Excellence in Marketplace" category at this year’s Chambers Ireland Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Awards for its work with the Immigrant Council of Ireland. This relationship is part of Arthur Cox’s commitment to providing pro bono legal services.

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Marco Hickey, head of the EU, competition and regulated markets team at LK Shields An Irish appeal against the European Commission's €13 billion Apple tax ruling could last six years, according to commercial firm LK Shields.

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The late Mr Justice Adrian Hardiman of the Supreme Court threatened to resign if the 2011 referendum on allowing reductions in judicial salaries went ahead, a new book reveals. Mr Justice Hardiman's dramatic move was intended to put pressure on Government ministers who wanted to remove the Constitut

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The UK Supreme Court has published a quartet of lectures delivered by Lord Neuberger (pictured) in Singapore. The first, delivered at the National University of Singapore, is entitled "Has the identity of the English Common Law been eroded by EU Laws and the European Convention on Human Rights?"

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The High Court has refused to remit a summary judgment of more than €6 million to plenary hearing, because the secretary of the company against which the judgment was made could not prove Allied Irish Bank (AIB) had been negligent in failing to provide him with independent legal advice when he sig

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