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A Sinn Féin MLA has been ordered to pay an Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) MP nearly £50,000 in compensation for falsely implying he had harassed and shot people. Mr Justice Stephens, sitting in the High Court in Belfast, ruled that Phil Flanagan's tweet about Tom Elliott's conduct during his career a

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Trevor Dolan, financial services partner at the firm Dublin firm LK Shields has said it was "instrumental in the process" that led to the designation of Jersey as an acceptable jurisdiction authorised for migration through the Irish Collective Asset-management Act 2015 (ICAV Act).

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The Irish Venture Capital Association (IVCA) has published the results of its annual VenturePulse survey in association with William Fry. Irish high tech SMEs raised €522 million in 2015, an increase of 30 per cent on the previous year, the report shows.

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A member of Fianna Fáil has lost his legal challenge against Irish gender quota laws which allow for State funding to be cut where fewer than 30 per cent of a party's candidates are women. Brian Mohan launched the legal action in the High Court after party members in Dublin Central were told to pic

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A 20-year-old man has apologised for throwing a soft drink bottle at a judge after being refused bail in Limerick District Court last week. Clyde Keogh narrowly missed Judge Marian O'Leary when he threw a bottle of Coca-Cola at her during a bail hearing.

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The Family Lawyers Association has sent a written submission to the Courts Service of Ireland expressing concerns over proposals to move childcare cases at Dublin District Court to the Bridewell Building courthouse. Seán Ó hUallacháin SC, chairperson of the Family Lawyers Association, told Irish

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