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Man hospitalised after attack inside Criminal Courts of Justice

A man who was attacked inside the public foyer of the Criminal Courts of Justice in Dublin yesterday had to be taken to hospital for head injuries.

Published 14 May 2021

Asylum seekers to be able to open accounts with any retail bank

Asylum seekers and refugees will be able to open accounts at any of Ireland's five retail banks with alternative documentation under new measures.

Published 14 May 2021

Carson McDowell signs up to Mindful Business Charter

Carson McDowell has become the first independent professional services firm in Northern Ireland to sign the Mindful Business Charter.

Published 14 May 2021

Dr Joan Martin appointed as lay member to NIJAC

Retired occupational therapist Dr Joan Martin has been appointed as a lay member to the Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission (NIJAC).

Published 14 May 2021

Woman to make mortgage payments until 90 after landmark PIA case

The High Court has approved a personal insolvency arrangement (PIA) that will see a 54-year-old woman continue to make mortgage repayments on her family home until she is 90 years of age.

Published 14 May 2021

Agricultural Wages Board to be scrapped under proposed legislation

Proposals to abolish the Agricultural Wages Board (AWB) in Northern Ireland have been put to a public consultation.

Published 14 May 2021

And finally... Miami vice

A woman who allegedly posed as a school student to promote her Instagram account has been charged with trespassing.

Published 14 May 2021

Lawyers appointed to construction adjudication panel

An additional 17 legal and lay members have been appointed to the construction adjudication panel established under the Construction Contracts Act 2013.

Published 13 May 2021

Home Office asylum plans will place vulnerable children in 'extreme danger'

Government plans to restrict asylum claims from people entering the UK without authorisation will place vulnerable children in extreme danger, the Children's Law Centre (CLC) has warned.

Published 13 May 2021

England: Blanket bans on Gypsies and Travellers stopping on public land ruled unlawful

Wide injunctions against "persons unknown" cannot be used by local authorities to place a blanket ban on Gypsies and Travellers stopping on public land, the High Court in London has ruled.

Published 13 May 2021

LEAP software keeps law firms working remotely

Ben Aslet, LEAP UK Marketing Manager, explains how law firms using LEAP’s cloud-based practice management solution are successfully adapting to remote working and how it’s as near as can be business as normal for law firms using LEAP. He said LEAP have talked to several law firms using the software to find out how they are managing with life away from the office.

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