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The medical negligence case against the Health Service Executive (HSE) over the death of Savita Halappanavar will not proceed after the HSE reached an out-of-court settlement with her husband. Ms Halappanavar’s death at a Galway hospital in 2012 due to complications of a septic miscarriage sparked

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The UK Supreme Court's decision to yesterday dismiss the appeal of a company which claimed a rival had infringed on its design of a ride-on suitcase for children will have "disastrous" implications, a senior lawyer has said. Magmatic, manufacturer of the Trunki case, brought the case against PMS Int

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The UK Supreme Court's decision to yesterday dismiss the appeal of a company which claimed a rival had infringed on its design of a ride-on suitcase for children will have "disastrous" implications, a senior lawyer has said. Magmatic, manufacturer of the Trunki case, brought the case against PMS Int

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The Court of Appeal has re-sentenced a man for seventy-five counts of theft contrary to s.26 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001, amending his sentence from a custodial sentence of two years and six months, and suspending the final ten months for a period of two years from th

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A Spanish au pair has been awarded more than €9,000 by the Workplace Relations Commission in what campaigners say is a landmark decision. The au pair was awarded €9,229 after the family was found to have breached aspects of the National Minimum Wage Act, the Organisation of Working Time Act, and

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Dr Geoffrey Shannon, the special rapporteur for child protection Dr Geoffrey Shannon, the special rapporteur for child protection, has called for criminal law to be updated to allow for the successful prosecution of cyberbullies.

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Judge Patrick Durcan has ruled that GoSafe employees have no authority to give evidence in criminal proceedings against drivers accused of speeding. The GoSafe consortium is contracted to operate safety cameras on behalf of An Garda Síochána.

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The UK Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal of a company which claimed a rival had infringed its design of a ride-on suitcase for children, affirming criticisms made by the Court of Appeal that the Community Registered Design (CRD) for the product was not simply a claim for a suitcase shape but fo

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