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Northern Ireland's Court of Appeal has given the UK government up to six weeks to decide how to deliver a human rights compliant investigation of the 1998 murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane. The UK Supreme Court previously ruled in February 2019 that the state had failed to deliver an Article

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Northern Ireland's Labour Relations Agency (LRA) is to host a panel discussion on the challenges faced by LGBTQIA+ employees experiencing domestic violence and abuse. The 'Safe at Home, Safe at Work' event, taking place during Belfast Pride Festival 2024, will provide employers with insights and str

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A sales representative for construction industry supplier Haldane Fisher has settled a disability discrimination case for £20,000 with support from the Equality Commissioner for Northern Ireland. The case brought by Mark Graham, who worked for the business for 28 years, was settled through med

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Legal and professional services group Gateley is sponsoring a youth camp intended to give 50 disadvantaged young people in Northern Ireland a summer to remember. Gateley's Belfast office is backing Camp Asire, now in its seventh year, which is run by Portadown-based charity Aspire NI.

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New legal powers to support the collection of child maintenance will be introduced in Northern Ireland under proposals put out to consultation. The Department for Communities is consulting on proposals in the Child Support Enforcement Bill, which will enhance enforcement and collection powers within

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Human rights campaigners have urged Sir Keir Starmer to repeal the previous UK government's controversial legacy law as soon as possible. Labour's manifesto included a commitment to “repeal and replace” the Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Act 2023, which is currentl

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Northern Ireland is to make the biggest changes to its its public health legislative framework in nearly six decades. The Department of Health has launched a consultation asking for views on new health protection measures being implemented through a Public Health Bill to replace the current Public H

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Solicitor Eoin McGarrity has been appointed to the board of Sport NI for a four-year term. Mr McGarrity is currently head of legal and compliance and a director of Charterhouse Group, where he is responsible for risk management, governance, ESG and legal compliance.

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Northern Ireland's Department for the Economy is consulting on the introduction of a new right for victims of domestic abuse to access paid safe leave from work. The consultation comes more than two years after the Northern Ireland Assembly approved the Domestic Abuse (Safe Leave) Act (NI) 2022, whi

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Northern Ireland commercial law firm Tughans has announced the promotion of two lawyers to partner and five to associate director. The new partners are Ben Sims in the firm's corporate law department and Paul Eastwood in contracts and technology.

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Lewis Silkin has welcomed a consultation on far-reaching proposed employment law reforms in Northern Ireland. Paul Gillen, partner in the firm's Belfast office, said it represents the first major employment law consultation in more than 10 years and promises to overhaul several areas of employment r

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Northern Ireland commercial law firm Tughans has named Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI as its chosen charity partner for 2024. Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI is the only charity in Northern Ireland to dedicated funding research into the causes and cures of leukaemia, Lymphoma, myeloma, and other related co

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