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Volkswagen – One Size Fits All?
An interesting decision of the High Court followed an application by Volkswagen (Ireland) for judicial review of the conduct of civil proceedings in the Castlebar District Court.
Ireland
26 Feb 2018
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Contempt Of Court
Further to our Insolvency Update issued on 11 December 2017, a recent High Court case has demonstrated the courts' willingness to take firm action against litigants acting in defiance of court orders.
Ireland
26 Feb 2018
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Confirming Professional Disciplinary Sanctions: The High Court's Jurisdiction
Two recent High Court judgments have clarified the Court's jurisdiction when asked to confirm a sanction handed down by a professional regulatory body following a fitness to practise inquiry.
Ireland
26 May 2017
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Adjudication – Landed
The Construction Contracts Act 2013 finally come into effect and applies to all relevant projects which commenced after 25 July 2016.
Ireland
2 Nov 2016
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Litigation - Who Pays?
Funding of litigation by non-parties has been the subject of a recent High Court decision, which is now under appeal. Will the Supreme Court align Ireland with other common law jurisdictions...
Ireland
14 Oct 2016
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New Irish High Court Rules Aim To Reduce "Trials By Ambush"
Rules of court procedure do not often generate much interest beyond a small circle of lawyers.
Ireland
19 Sep 2016
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Cross-Examination Not Appropriate In Interlocutory Applications
The High Court has reiterated that cross-examination will not generally be permitted on an interlocutory application, or where there is no conflict of fact on the affidavits.
Ireland
2 Aug 2016
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Dispute Resolution Update: The Courts As Gate-Keeper?
It is no secret that in recent times the courts have seen an increase in frivolous and vexatious claims.
Ireland
22 Jun 2016
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Public And Administrative Law Update: Judicial Review May Be Wider Than You Think
Judicial review is a narrow remedy, which enables you to challenge only the legality of a decision, not its merits.
Ireland
16 May 2016
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Click To Complain: The Rollout Of The ODR Platform
Resolving disputes through alternative dispute resolution ("ADR") can be easier, faster and less expensive than resolving disputes through the court system.
Ireland
26 Feb 2016
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Dispute Resolution Update: The Benefits Of Bussoleno
The 2011 ruling of Judge Finlay Geoghegan in Bussoleno Limited v Kelly & Others is increasingly being cited by plaintiffs seeking judgment in the High Court.
Ireland
18 Feb 2016
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Dispute Resolution Update: Solicitors Pay For Waste And Delay
In two recent cases, the Supreme Court imposed costs on solicitors for wasting court time.
Ireland
27 Oct 2015
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Contracts Manifestly Contrary To Irish Public Policy – Implications For Contingent Fee Arrangements And Third Party Funding?
The Irish High Court recently declined to recognise an English judgment in respect of a gambling debt on the basis that to do so would be manifestly contrary to Irish public policy.
Ireland
13 Aug 2015
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Anti-Suit Injunctions In The EU: The Beginning Of The End Of West Tankers?
The CJEU recently revisited the question of anti-suit injunctions and decided that such an injunction can be enforced in member states without offending against EU Law.
European Union
20 Jul 2015
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Damages On The Rise?
Justice Minister Alan Shatter recently implemented changes to the monetary jurisdiction of the Courts.
Ireland
24 Apr 2014
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Open Justice And Public Access To Documents Filed At Court
In AIB v Tracey the High Court recently ruled in favour of an application by a non-party to litigation to have access to affidavits opened in Court which made comment about him.
Ireland
25 Jul 2013
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Enhancing Ireland’s Appellate Capacity: A New Court Of Appeal?
The Minister for Justice recently announced the Government’s intention to hold a referendum in September on the proposal to create a Court of Appeal in Ireland
Ireland
25 Jul 2013
18
The Proposed New Court Of Appeal
Obtaining a date for the hearing of appeals in the Supreme Court has reached a crisis point.
Ireland
26 Jun 2013
19
Notice Party Costs In Judicial Review Proceedings
In the substantive proceedings, the High Court dismissed the applicants’ claim and refused to quash decisions made by the National Asset Management Agency, on 8 December, 2011 and 25 January, 2012.
Ireland
26 Jun 2013
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Courts Bill 2013
The Courts Bill 2013 was published by the Government on 19 March last. The primary objectives of the Bill are to modify the "in camera" rule and to increase the monetary jurisdictions of the Circuit and District Courts.
Ireland
26 Jun 2013
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