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The head of Belfast firm McCartan Turkington Breen has been recognised at the SME News Managing Director of the Year Awards. Colin Mitchell, who became the firm's senior partner at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, was named Northern Ireland's Legal Services MD of the Year.

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Lawyer Stuart Anderson has been appointed as head of public affairs at the Northern Ireland Chamber of Commerce and Industry. As part of a new member service, Mr Anderson will lead NI Chamber's direct interactions with politicians, helping to shape the legislative agenda and supporting elected repre

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The UK government has taken further legislative steps to ensure that abortion services are commissioned in Northern Ireland. The Department of Health and the Northern Ireland Executive were last summer given a 31 March 2022 deadline to ensure access to abortion services, which they have missed.

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Belfast-based Cleaver Fulton Rankin has been shortlisted for the ‘Wellbeing at Work’ award at the Responsible Business Awards 2022. The Responsible Business Awards, run by Business in the Community NI, aim to recognise and reward businesses who are actively working to build better workfo

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Belfast firm MKB Law has announced the appointment of Andrew Lightburn as an associate director and head of the firm's employment law department. Mr Lightburn has over 20 years' experience practising exclusively in employment law, and is dual-qualified in England and Wales and Northern Ireland.

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Northern Ireland's largest IT company, Allstate NI, has announced plans to significantly expand its legal team. The technological arm of insurance giant Allstate, with offices in Belfast, Derry and Strabane, the company is creating 30 new paralegal and paralegal team lead roles in its digital legal

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The European Commission has warned of possible retaliation after the UK government formally announced plans to make unilateral changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol through legislation. In a statement, the UK's foreign secretary Liz Truss said the EU's proposals after six months of negotiations h

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Controversial legislation aimed at ending prosecutions for killings during the Troubles will be introduced to Westminster today. The Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation Bill) will create a new independent body called the Independent Commission for Reconciliation and Information Reco

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