Dr Rob Hendry, medical director of the Medical Protection Society (MPS), sets out the medical profession's perspective on Mr Justice Charles Meenan's expert group on tort reform and the management of clinical negligence claims.
Published 13 December 2019
Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates looks at the law surrounding bonus payments as the end of the year looms.
Published 12 December 2019
Graham Pierce, partner and head of commercial property at Worthingtons Solicitors in Belfast, examines the law on signage in Northern Ireland.
Published 9 December 2019
Edward “Ned” Kelly was a famous Irish-Australian bushranger and outlaw who was executed in November 1880. Part I and Part II of this series were published last month.
Published 6 December 2019
Paul Bradfield, former prosecution lawyer at the International Criminal Court, considers the future of the court.
Published 4 December 2019
Edward “Ned” Kelly was a famous Irish-Australian bushranger and outlaw who was executed in November 1880. Part I was published last Friday.
Published 29 November 2019
Patrice O’Keeffe, partner in healthcare and medical law at Comyn Kelleher Tobin, examines the Supreme Court's decision in AC v HSE.
Published 28 November 2019
A High Court jury has become the first to assess damages in a case where defamation was admitted and an apology given, under the “offer to make amends” procedure, following a landmark Supreme Court decision last year.
Published 26 November 2019
Edward “Ned” Kelly was a famous Irish-Australian bushranger and outlaw who was executed in November 1880.
Published 22 November 2019
Cork solicitor Bill Holohan of Holohan Lane reflects on his recent election to the Law Society Council.
Published 20 November 2019
Anne McKernan, head of legal services at the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland, considers whether a discrimination case before the courts can really lead to change.
Published 19 November 2019
Joanne Hyde, employment partner at Eversheds Sutherland, examines a recent Irish court ruling on Sunday work.
Published 18 November 2019
Kevin Murphy, partner in TLT's Belfast office, looks at how planning law reform could support Northern Ireland's electric vehicle network.
Published 18 November 2019
Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates looks at how workplaces can best accommodate women who have miscarried.
Published 14 November 2019
LK Shields consultant Tom Simpson and trainee solicitor Katie Linden consider a recent Supreme Court judgment confirming that non-party funders can be held personally liable for costs.
Published 12 November 2019