Insurance shift will reduce ‘duty of care’ on property owners
The High Court has refused to set aside third-party proceedings in personal injuries proceedings where it was claimed that the defendant had delayed by two years in joining the third party. The court determined that the defendant had acted reasonably by waiting for replies to particulars and gathering evidence before bringing the joinder application.
England: Solicitor sitting on jury jailed after researching defendant
A solicitor sitting on a criminal jury has been jailed after researching a defendant online and sharing her findings with other jurors.
New all-Ireland arbitration rules written in plain English have been welcomed as a boost for Ireland’s bid to become a global centre for commercial dispute resolution.
PIAB guidelines have ‘immediate and colossal’ impact on insurance payouts
inadequate service following the intervention of the legal services watchdog.
It was found during her husband’s own €60k personal injury action from the accident that Ms Sherlock was not in the car at the time
Irish consumers will be able to bring collective claims to the High Court under new legislation announced by ministers yesterday.
dges in a bid to assess and improve their chances of winning court cases, according to a new legal research paper.