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The Irish Times has published an obituary of Frank Callanan SC, who passed away earlier this month at the age of 65. The obituary, which appears in today's print edition, recognises Mr Callanan as a man who "managed to combine a busy practice at the Bar with an output of historical and literary writ

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As the Michaelmas term has drawn to a close, it provides an opportunity to look back at some of the important judgments which defined the year in the courts. Over the course of 2021, Irish Legal News has produced hundreds of articles on new judgments and current awareness topics within the Irish leg

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The Courts Service and the Legal Aid Board will continue to prioritise domestic abuse cases over the Christmas season, the government has said. Justice minister Helen McEntee yesterday relaunched the "Still Here" national awareness campaign on domestic abuse, which was first developed last April in

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The Policing Authority has published its review of 2021 which provides an overview of the breadth and depth of the work it has undertaken this year. The review highlights key areas of focus for the Authority’s oversight, as well as providing data relating to senior Garda appointments, public c

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Our popular "and finally" section, with the most absurd, offbeat, strange or funny legal stories, has kept lawyers entertained over the past year. In this roundup, we share the 10 most popular stories of 2021 – many of them reflecting the strangeness of the time, with a number of stories about

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Maples and Calder, the Maples Group's law firm in Ireland, is supporting Barnardos Ireland with special Christmas donations this year. The donations follow calls for additional support from the charity, which anticipates that even more children and their families will face extreme hardship this wint

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The UK Supreme Court has unanimously allowed the appeal in part of a board claiming entitlement to give instructions on behalf of the Central Bank of Venezuela and has dismissed the cross-appeal of a contender board. Lord Lloyd-Jones, with whom Lord Reed, Lord Hodge, Lord Hamblen and Lord Leggatt ag

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Proposals for Ireland to adopt a territorial tax system, where corporations would only pay tax in Ireland on income and gains earned in Ireland, have gone out to public consultation. The government's roadmap for updating corporation tax, which was published in January, included a commitment to consi

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Our regular round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Arthur Cox has advised Permanent TSB plc on its proposed €6.4 billion acquisition of certain elements of the Ulster Bank retail, SME and asset finance businesses from Ulster Bank.

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