A City lawyer accused of committing sexual offences against a woman during a rush-hour encounter outside Waterloo station will face no further action, The Times reports. Graeme Stening, 52, a leading private equity lawyer, has waited eight months for the decision.
The Northern Ireland High Court has found that an insurance services company was entitled to refuse to indemnify an MLA under an insurance policy, in respect of his liability to pay compensation for a defamatory statement published on his Twitter account on 1 May 2014. It was agreed that the defamat
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald More than 2,300 people were jailed for the non-payment of fines in the first three months of 2016, the Irish Examiner reports.
Commissioner for Children and Young People, Koulla Yiasouma Northern Ireland's Commissioner for Children and Young People, Koulla Yiasouma, has added her voice to calls for outstanding provisions of the Human Trafficking Act 2015 to be implemented.
Paul Tweed A leading Belfast libel lawyer has said tech companies like Google and Facebook are increasingly exposed to legal action because their EU operations are based in Ireland.
Pictured (l-r): John O'Doherty, director of the Rainbow Project, and Health Minister Michelle O'Neill Northern Ireland's lifetime ban on blood donation by men who have sex with men (MSM) will be lifted in September, Health Minister Michelle O'Neill has announced.
Justice Minister Claire Sugden Justice Minister Claire Sugden yesterday attended a Passing Out ceremony for new recruits of the Northern Ireland Prison Service.
JCHR chair Harriet Harman In a new report, the UK Parliament's Joint Committee on Human Rights has called for stronger safeguards governing lawyer-client confidentiality in the Snoopers’ Charter.
Some of Ireland's most talented young people were honoured at an awards ceremony supported by Dublin firm Matheson's corporate philanthropy initiative.
A name containing several tokens of nobility and freely chosen by a German in another member state of which he also holds the nationality does not necessarily have to be recognised in Germany, the European Court of Justice has ruled. Mr Nabiel Peter Bogendorff von Wolffersdorff, who was born in Germ
The High Court has denied a company's request to cross-examine the deponents of affidavits in a defamation case. The case concerned an ongoing dispute between Ryanair and Evert Van Zwol, John Goss, Ted Murphy, Carl Kuwitzky and Samuel Giezendanner, concerning a statement published by the defendants
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has signed a commencement order for the remaining provisions of the Bankruptcy (Amendment) Act 2015.
Dublin firm Mason Hayes & Curran (MHC) has appointed four new partners in their corporate, dispute resolution, real estate and insolvency teams.
DAC Beachcroft has established a new relationship with Belfast-based specialist insurance practice McKinty and Wright. The new agreement, taking effect from 1 June, means DAC Beachcroft can offer its clients an advisory network on the ground across all five jurisdictions in the UK and Ireland.
Roger Murray, Joint Managing Partner, welcomes Rebecca McKittrick (left) and Aileen Fitzmaurice to Callan Tansey Summer Internship Sligo-based firm Callan Tansey has welcomed two new interns as part of its Summer internship programme.