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Government set to back amended version of perjury bill

Legislation to introduce a statutory offence of perjury could be backed in an amended form by the Government following a Cabinet meeting today.

Published 18 June 2019

Dr Mark Hyland appointed adjunct professor of IP law at Law Society of Ireland

The Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) and the Law Society of Ireland have announced the appointment of Dr Mark Hyland as the inaugural IMRO Adjunct Professor of Intellectual Property Law.

Published 18 June 2019

Rossa McMahon: The issue of fraud is exaggerated by the insurance industry

Rossa McMahon, solicitor at PG McMahon Solicitors, responds to recent comments about personal injury claims and the impact on insurance costs.

Published 18 June 2019

Soldier F to be tried in connection with Bloody Sunday this August

The former British soldier known as "Soldier F" will be tried for two murders and four attempted murders on Bloody Sunday in 1972 this August.

Published 18 June 2019

Pat Daly: It is time to abandon the farce of settling cases without an admission of liability

Pat Daly, partner at Cantillons Solicitors in Cork, writes on settlements without admission of liability in medical negligence cases.

Published 18 June 2019

UK Supreme Court goes to Cardiff for historic Wales sitting

The UK Supreme Court will sit in Wales for the first time when it arrives in Cardiff next month to hear three cases.

Published 18 June 2019

Lawyers praised for raising over €110,000 for Capuchin Day Centre

Lawyers who have raised over €110,000 for the Capuchin Day Centre for Homeless People have received a letter of thanks for their fundraising.

Published 18 June 2019

Nine commissioners and deputy chief commissioner appointed to Equality Commission

Nine commissioners, including a new deputy chief commissioner, have been appointed to the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland.

Published 18 June 2019

Olivia McKeown

Northern Ireland solicitor Olivia McKeown has passed away, the Law Society of Northern Ireland has said.

Published 18 June 2019

Probation moves to new offices in Coleraine

The Probation Board for Northern Ireland has unveiled new offices in Coleraine to support its work guiding the rehabilitation of reintegration of local people on community sentences back into the community.

Published 18 June 2019

#InPictures: A&L Goodbody transforms office front ahead of Pride Week

A&L Goodbody has transformed its head office in Dublin ahead of Pride Week.

Published 18 June 2019

And finally... ripe for the taking

A man who robbed a bank with a banana has been sentenced to 14 months in prison.

Published 18 June 2019

High Court: Student awarded €92K in damages for injuries caused by collision

A 20-year-old woman who was injured when the car in which she was a passenger was involved in a collision has been awarded €92,115 in damages for pain and suffering to date and into the future.

Published 17 June 2019

CC Solicitors appoints Claire Dawson as partner

Specialist employment law practice CC Solicitors has announced the appointment of Claire Dawson as partner in the firm.

Published 17 June 2019

Belfast-based insurance specialists Caldwell Warner to become part of Keoghs

Belfast-based insurance specialist practice Caldwell Warner is set to become part of UK law firm Keoghs.

Published 17 June 2019