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A 15-year old schoolboy from Co Antrim has dropped a claim for damages against Google, the High Court in Belfast has heard. At a brief hearing yesterday, lawyers for the boy said he no longer wanted to sue the search engine giant for negligence.

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Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, Sir Declan Morgan The Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, Sir Declan Morgan, has said a new legacy inquest unit could be set up by September if funds are made available by the Secretary of State Theresa Villiers.

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A 37-year-old man has admitted fraudulently obtaining almost £20,000 by posing as a solicitor. Kieran Joseph Healey pleaded guilty in Londonderry Magistrates Court to four charges of fraud by false representation as well as possessing articles for use in fraud.

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Clare Bates, partner at Carson McDowell Clare Bates, partner at Carson McDowell, has said firms in Northern Ireland should consider using International Women's Day 2016 as an opportunity to consider steps towards pay transparency.

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Martin McGonigle The Belfast team of Pinsent Masons advised a UK renewable energy firm on the sale of a Northern Ireland wind farm to Italy's largest renewable energy company.

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An organisation supporting Ashers Bakery Company in its appeal against a high-profile discrimination ruling has claimed combined legal costs in the case have now exceeded £100,000. Simon Calvert, spokesperson for The Christian Institute, told the Belfast Telegraph: "So far, the case has generated l

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In an address to the Northern Ireland Assembly's Justice Committee yesterday, President of the UK Supreme Court, Lord Neuberger, discussed developments since the court's establishment and the importance of modernising the justice systems of the UK.

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