Owen O'Sullivan The High Court's decision to hold a company director liable for the costs of a failed legal action by his company should not discourage legitimate claims, a leading litigation lawyer has said.
Up to 40 pro-choice lawyers responded to a call to get organised ahead of an anticipated referendum on the Eighth Amendment. Lawyers for Choice, part of the Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment, aims to "create opportunities for lawyers to participate in the campaign for reproductive justice in
A woman has been awarded over £50,000 in damages after another driver drove into the back of her car, resulting in £3,000 worth of repairs. In the High Court in Belfast, evidence was adduced that the woman was impecunious, was unable to foot the bill for the repairs; and that she could not afford
A legal academic who authored a popular guide to Irish law is serving a 10-year prison sentence for sexual abuse, The Irish Times reports. Brian Doolan, former senior law lecturer at Dublin Institute of Technology, was jailed a year ago but could not be named at the time.
Lawyers who support abortion law reform are meeting tonight to get organised in anticipation of a referendum on the Eighth Amendment. Lawyers for Choice, part of the Coalition to Repeal the Eighth Amendment, aims to unite those from the Irish legal community, in Ireland and abroad, who support free,
A boatman who brings visitors to Skellig Michael has brought High Court action over the Minister for Transport's decision to limit the season passengers can land at the UNESCO world heritage site. The action has been brought by Sean Murphy, who claims the minister's decision has reduced by one third
President of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger In an address delivered at the Northern Ireland Personal Injury Bar’s Inaugural Conference in County Down earlier this month, President of the Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger reflects on shifts in the underlying principles in the law of negligence and t