Cantillons Solicitors

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Amy Connolly of Cantillons Solicitors writes on a recent decision concerning solicitors' right to attend engineering inspections. As litigation solicitors, we have always found it extremely useful to attend any engineering inspection arranged for the purposes of investigating the cause of any partic

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Cork-based Cantillons Solicitors has appointed Sarah McNulty and Jean Buttimer as associate solicitors. Ms McNulty has been promoted to associate solicitor in the general litigation team, having completed her traineeship with the firm in 2021.

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Karen Kearney, partner at Cantillons Solicitors, comments on the coming investigation into Aoife Johnston's death at University Hospital Limerick. I listened with interest to an interview on Morning Ireland on 5 January 2024 with Stephen Donnelly, our minister for health. He was asked by Rachel Engl

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Pat Daly breaks down the HSE's complaints procedure in the context of increasing confusion and reluctance among families during the Covid-19 pandemic. Of late, my colleagues and I are receiving complaints from acutely distressed families about what they perceive as ‘lack of care’ of thei

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Cork-based Cantillons Solicitors has announced the appointment of Collette Neville and Sarah McNulty, bringing the number of solicitors in the firm to 15. Ms Neville, who joins from the commercial property and real estate team at a leading Irish law firm, has extensive experience across all aspects

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Karen Kearney, partner at Cantillons Solicitors, explores the issue of expert witnesses through the prism of a recent medical negligence case. I recently settled a medical negligence claim for a client which was one of the most difficult that I have prosecuted in my career. It involved two High Cour

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Plans to double processing fees for claims submitted to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) by post have come under fire from solicitors. The processing fee for claim application forms submitted by post or email is set to increase to €90 from 1 September 2019, but will stay at €4

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Personal injury lawyers have hit back at the CEO of Allianz Ireland after he said half of the 1,500 claims the insurer challenged in the Irish courts last year were "potentially fraudulent". Jody Cantillon, partner in the litigation department at Cantillons Solicitors, told Irish Legal News that the

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