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Irish judge Anthony Collins has been appointed as an Advocate-General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Judge Collins was nominated by the Irish government earlier this summer to fill the vacancy created by its appointment of Advocate-General Gerard Hogan to the Irish Supreme Cou

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The Pope sent 15,000 ice creams to inmates at two Rome prisons in an act of charity this summer. The Office of Papal Charities said on Tuesday that it "has made small evangelical gestures to help and give hope to thousands of people in Rome's prisons".

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A new review will examine the statutory framework for ethics in public life and make recommendations for legislative reform. The Department for Public Expenditure and Reform will undertake the review of ethics legislation, which will include an examination of the outstanding recommendations of the M

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Our regular round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Pinsent Masons has advised Cork-based NEXA Enterprise Asset Management on its acquisition by Nasdaq-listed Transcat, Inc. in a deal reported to be worth up to $30 million.

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The European Commission has demanded daily fines from Poland over its defiance of EU court judgments, resulting in ministers in Warsaw accusing it of aggression and blackmail. The Court of Justice of the European Union will set the penalties.

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Police officers in an intense armed stand-off were left stunned after an unrelated woman suddenly sailed through the scene on a golf cart while stark naked. Officers in Dunedin, Florida had surrounded a building where suspect Myles Abbott – who had already accidentally shot himself in the leg

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