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The Law Society of Ireland has brought legal proceedings against two companies accused of "claims harvesting" in as many months, The Irish Times reports. Last month, the Society brought High Court proceedings against Agenda Computers Ltd and director David Smyth. Yesterday, it brought proceedings ag

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Migrants in EU member states face arson attacks, violence, murder and everyday harassment, according to the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). The agency's latest monthly report on hate crime examines migration-related fundamental rights in Austria, Bulgaria, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany,

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An ex-solicitor who admitted stealing €260,000 from a client will not be sentenced this month as planned, due to a judicial conflict of interest. Jacqueline Durcan, 47, was due to be sentenced in Dublin Circuit Criminal Court, The Irish Times reports.

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Chief Justice of Ireland, Mrs Justice Susan Denham The Chief Justice of Ireland, Mrs Justice Susan Denham, has affirmed the judiciary's support for reform and change - while defending Ireland's judges from criticism by politicians advocating the same.

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