Tully Rinckey Ireland appoints Mary Flaherty as consultant company secretary

Tully Rinckey Ireland has announced the appointment of Mary Flaherty as a consultant company secretary in Dublin.

Published 19 July 2019

Lawyers call for personal injury discount rate to be brought in line with England and Wales

Lawyers have called on the Department of Justice to bring the personal injury discount rate in Northern Ireland in line with the rate in England and Wales.

Published 19 July 2019

Bill providing for cross-border recognition of bail decisions to be published

Draft legislation providing for cross-border recognition of bail decisions and the monitoring of bail conditions is set to be published.

Published 19 July 2019

Judge's failure to instruct rape trial jury on presumption of innocence 'almost inconceivable'

A judge in the Court of Appeal has said it was "almost inconceivable" that one of Ireland's most experienced criminal trial judges would simply forget to instruct the jury on the presumption of innocence in a rape trial.

Published 19 July 2019

Sean O'Reilly: Smart contracts – a possible shake-up in traditional contract law

Ronan Daly Jermyn partner Sean O'Reilly and Adam McCarthy consider the implications of smart contracts.

Published 19 July 2019

Judgment figures fall in Northern Ireland

Both the number and total value of small claims and High Court judgments in Northern Ireland have decreased in the first half of 2019 compared to the same period the previous year, according to new figures.

Published 19 July 2019

#InPictures: King's Inns graduates called to the Bar

The King's Inns has congratulated barrister-at-law graduates on being called to the Bar this week.

Published 19 July 2019

Pinsent Masons recognised as a top global employer by LGBT charity Stonewall

International law firm Pinsent Masons has been recognised as one of the best multinational employers for LGBT+ staff in Stonewall's 2019 Top Global Employers index.

Published 19 July 2019

A&L Goodbody wins aviation finance innovation award

A&L Goodbody's aviation and transport finance team has won recognition for its innovative work on a $575.4 million securitisation last year.

Published 19 July 2019

Public bodies with right to use PSC say it doesn't benefit them

A significant number of public bodies who have a right under legislation to use the controversial Public Services Card (PSC) have said it does not benefit them, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has said.

Published 19 July 2019