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Landmark reforms designed to "modernise family law" in Ireland may cause some cases to take significantly longer, The Irish Times reports. A spokesperson for the Courts Service of Ireland told the newspaper: "There will be more inquiries which courts have to make and more evidence to be gathered - i

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A judge of the High Court has expressed doubts over whether a second Special Criminal Court will be established. Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald announced the establishment of the second court, under section 38 (2) of the Offences Against the State Act 1939, last October.

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A judge of the High Court has warned employers that they face unlimited fines and prison time if they refuse to pay workers serving on a jury, The Irish Times reports. Mr Justice Patrick McCarthy made the remarks after a woman who was sworn in as a juror for a three-day sexual assault case told the

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Aidan Flahavan Aidan Flahavan, associate solicitor in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution department at Beauchamps Solicitors, is set to speak at a major medical conference in Dublin this month.

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Belfast commercial law firm Tughans has advised Boston-based merchant services provider Cayan, trading as Merchant Warehouse, on its major expansion in Belfast. Caya has taken a 10 year lease of almost 23,000 sq ft in City Quays 1 on the Harbour Estate to accommodate its growth.

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Public Expenditure and Reform Minister Brendan Howlin Almost 300 pieces of obsolete legislation are set to be revoked by the Government, including the WWII-era Emergency Powers Act 1939.

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A young woman has had her sentence for a single count of assault contrary to s.3 of the Non Fatal Offences Against the Person Act reduced, with the Court of Appeal finding that insufficient attention was given to the young age of the woman at the time of the offence. The offence, to which the woman

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Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has signed an order commencing key provisions of the Children and Family Relationships Act 2015 relating to guardianship, custody and access.

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Mr Ludlow's nephew Thomas Fox (left) and KRW's Gavin Booth (right) The family of Seamus Ludlow, who was murdered near Dundalk in 1976, have been granted leave for a judicial review against the Irish government in a bid to establish a new commission of investigation into his death.

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