Blogs



Margaret Cordial: Recent court decisions are a welcome development for owners and occupiers

Margaret Cordial Margaret Cordial, solicitor at AMOSS Solicitors in Dublin, writes on a series ...

Published 17 August 2018

Gerard Ward: Employment law and Brexit - key differences north and south

Gerard Ward Gerard Ward, senior associate at DWF in Belfast, writes on the key differences betw ...

Published 15 August 2018

Michael Duffy: Recovering loss from negligent property surveys

Michael Duffy Michael Duffy, solicitor at Worthingtons Solicitors in Belfast, writes on recours ...

Published 14 August 2018

Ciara Lagan: Wonder Women and the Brexit Lasso of Truth

Ciara Lagan Ciara Lagan, corporate partner at Belfast firm Tughans, writes on Brexit and divers ...

Published 10 August 2018

Darryl Broderick: New court rules allow greater access for media to court documents

Darryl Broderick Darryl Broderick, partner and head of litigation and dispute resolution at Ron ...

Published 9 August 2018

Dermot Walsh: Gsoc has failed and is not fit for purpose

Dermot Walsh Dermot Walsh, professor of law at the University of Kent, writes on the record of ...

Published 7 August 2018

Liam Herrick: Amnesty case highlights flaws in Electoral Act

Liam Herrick Liam Herrick, executive director of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL), ...

Published 1 August 2018

Blog: Allegations and privacy – striking the balance

Fintan Canavan Striking the balance between reporting allegations and respecting privacy in cas ...

Published 26 July 2018

Blog: UK Supreme Court case of Owens v Owens highlights need for reform

Julie Tierney The eagerly awaited judgment in the case of Owens v Owens was handed down by the ...

Published 26 July 2018

Blog: Sustaining the Rule of Law in the Irish border region will depend on institutional co-operation

Jan van Zyl Smit The UK government’s White Paper is an important step towards avoiding a ...

Published 24 July 2018

Blog: Time to draw up a modern slavery statement?

John Kelly John Kelly looks at the merits of drawing up a modern slavery statement. Modern&n ...

Published 24 July 2018

Richard Grogan on employment law: Gender gap info should be classified by job

Richard Grogan Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates write ...

Published 20 July 2018

Irish Legal Heritage: Grounds for Divorce

By Samuel D. Ehrhart - An International High Noon Divorce (1906) Brehon law, which was codified ...

Published 20 July 2018

Ronan Geary: Court of Appeal suggests a more restrictive approach to discovery

Ronan Geary Ronan Geary, partner at Ronan Daly Jermyn in Cork, offers insights into a recent co ...

Published 19 July 2018

Olivia O'Kane: Sir Cliff Richard OBE is awarded an unprecedented and highest award in this area of law

Olivia O'Kane Olivia O'Kane, partner at Belfast firm Carson McDowell, comments on yesterday's c ...

Published 19 July 2018