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2017 In Review
The insurance litigation sphere is constantly evolving. We recap on what we consider to have been some of the key changes over the last 12 months.
Ireland
18 Jan 2018
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Insurance Update: 2017 In Review
The insurance litigation sphere is constantly evolving. We recap on what we consider to have been some of the key changes over the last 12 months.
Ireland
17 Jan 2018
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Dispute Resolution Update: Draft Periodic Payment Orders Bill Published
On 27 May 2015 Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald TD, published the long awaited general scheme of the Civil Liability (Amendment) Bill 2015.
Ireland
7 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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Fanning v Myerscough
Employee found 50% contributory negligent in relation to injuries sustained whilst he was descending from the cab of a tractor during the course of his work.
Ireland
18 Jul 2012
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Nolan v Kerry Foods
Defendant’s application to have Plaintiff’s claim dismissed on foot of Section 26 of the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 was refused
Ireland
18 Jul 2012
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Connaughton v Minister For Justice
Prison officer's claim for damages arising out of a slip and fall accident in Mountyjoy Prison dismissed.
Ireland
18 Jul 2012
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Thompson v Pat Cleary & Sons Hauliers
Plaintiff’s claim for damages for personal injury dismissed on basis that his employer had taken all reasonable measures in respect of the Plaintiff’s safety.
Ireland
18 Jul 2012
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Kelly v Bon Secours Health System
Plaintiff awarded €90k for back injuries related to a manual handing accident and psychological injuries arising out of a bullying and harassment in the workplace
Ireland
18 Jul 2012
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Nolan v Mitchell & O’Neill
Plaintiff found to have given false evidence in relation to the extent of his ongoing complaints, his ability to work and in his claim for loss of earnings.
Ireland
18 Jul 2012
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Section 26 Of The Civil Liability And Courts Act 2004 – A Matter Of Intent?
Section 26 of the Civil Liability and Courts Act 2004 has come under scrutiny again in recent months. Two decisions in particular highlight the different ways in which Section 26 is being interpreted and applied in situations where a Defendant alleges that a Plaintiff has adduced false or misleading evidence.
Ireland
4 Apr 2012
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