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Sil Fox instructs KRW LAW LLP in legal action over prosecution

Comedian Sil Fox has instructed KRW LAW LLP to bring proceedings against the State following the collapse of a sexual assault case brought against him.

Published 25 June 2020

Judicial review withdrawn after inspections of care homes resume

A judicial review brought in response to a decision to reduce the number of inspections in care homes during the COVID-19 pandemic has been withdrawn following a U-turn by the Department of Health.

Published 23 June 2020

Bar Council 'should be slapped with €2m bill for Law Library premises or evicted'

The Bar Council of Ireland should be slapped with a €2 million bill and asked to pay market rent for the continued use of the Law Library building at the Four Courts or be evicted to make way for a family courts complex, a barrister has said.

Published 9 June 2020

Lawyers for IRA man shot in 1972 seek inclusion in PSNI probe

Lawyers for an IRA man alleged to have been killed by a secretive British military unit have launched proceedings against the PSNI over his exclusion from a new investigation.

Published 4 June 2020

KRW LAW shortlisted for legal aid award

Belfast-based KRW LAW LLP has been shortlisted in a brand new category at the Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year (LALY) awards.

Published 22 May 2020

Lawyers for families of care home residents calls for COVID-19 inquiry

Lawyers for a number of families with relatives in care homes across Northern Ireland have called for a statutory inquiry into the rate of coronavirus deaths in care homes.

Published 15 May 2020

Coroners 'should be allowed' to investigate PPE failures

Coroners in Northern Ireland should be allowed to investigate whether failures in the provision of personal protective equipment (PPE) have led to deaths, KRW LAW LLP has said.

Published 1 May 2020

Solicitor Niall Murphy returns home after surviving coronavirus

Prominent Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy, who spent 16 days in an induced coma while battling coronavirus, has returned home after being treated for the illness.

Published 21 April 2020

Legal action seeks mass testing for coronavirus in care homes

Litigation is set to be brought against the decision not to carry out mass testing for coronavirus in Northern Ireland care homes.

Published 20 April 2020

Hospital staff applaud solicitor Niall Murphy as he leaves intensive care

Prominent Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy was applauded by healthcare workers as he was wheeled out of intensive care following nearly two weeks of treatment for coronavirus.

Published 14 April 2020

Hospitalised solicitor Niall Murphy 'taken off ventilator' amid improvement

Prominent Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy, who has spent almost two weeks in hospital with coronavirus, has been taken off a ventilator amid signs of improvement, according to reports.

Published 8 April 2020

Hospitalised solicitor Niall Murphy 'improving' in coronavirus battle

Prominent Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy, who has spent almost two weeks in hospital with coronavirus, is showing signs of improvement, according to reports.

Published 6 April 2020

Prominent solicitor Niall Murphy hospitalised with coronavirus

Prominent Belfast solicitor Niall Murphy has been hospitalised with coronavirus and remains in a critical but stable condition.

Published 30 March 2020

Christopher Stanley: Legacy investigation proposals undermine peace and devolution

Christopher Stanley, litigation consultant at KRW LAW LLP, examines the UK government's recent proposals for dealing with the past in Northern Ireland.

Published 23 March 2020

Lawyers warn new legacy proposals could land UK government in court

Proposals to limit legacy investigations in order to protect former British soldiers from "vexatious claims" could land the UK government in court, human rights lawyers have warned.

Published 19 March 2020