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Galway firm Lally Solicitors appoints Siobhán Folan

Galway firm Lally Solicitors has announced the appointment of Siobhán Folan as a solicitor in general practice.

Published 9 April 2019

Belfast solicitor Brian Speers elected president of Commonwealth Lawyers Association

Belfast solicitor Brian Speers has been elected president of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA), representing lawyers from all 53 jurisdictions in the Commonwealth.

Published 9 April 2019

England: Law to be overhauled to allow for faster 'no-fault' divorces

Couples in England and Wales will be able to go through "no-fault" divorces faster under new Government proposals.

Published 9 April 2019

Report into collapse of Seán FitzPatrick trial held back because of litigation fears

A major report into the collapse of the trial of former Anglo Irish Bank chairman Seán FitzPatrick will not be presented to an Oireachtas committee out of fears of litigation.

Published 9 April 2019

Private security firms enforcing court orders to be regulated

The Cabinet will today consider proposals to bring private security firms hired to enforce court orders under the oversight of the Private Security Authority (PSA).

Published 9 April 2019

Dillon Eustace advises Deutsche Bank on securitisation of Seniors Money loan book

Dillon Eustace recently advised the London branch of Deutsche Bank AG on the securitisation of the Seniors Money mortgage book.

Published 9 April 2019

Gender pay gap reporting bill presented to the Dáil

Legislation requiring employers to publish details of the gender pay gap in their workforce has been published.

Published 9 April 2019

Mr Justice Gilligan addresses commercial mediation conference

Mr Justice Paul Gilligan delivered the opening address at a recent Irish Commercial Mediation Association (ICMA) conference on overcoming difficulties during mediation.

Published 9 April 2019

Professor Tobias Lock to advise Scottish Parliament committee

Professor Tobias Lock of Maynooth University Department of Law has been appointed constitutional advisor to a Scottish Parliament committee.

Published 9 April 2019

#InPictures: Ronan Daly Jermyn present charity cheque before taking off on fundraising cycle trip

Senior management at Ronan Daly Jermyn (RDJ) presented a cheque for €15,500 to charity Straight Ahead Ireland before joining over a dozen other cyclists on a fundraising trip from Cork to Galway.

Published 9 April 2019

England: Proposals call for autism and other conditions to be considered in sentencing

Offenders with mental health conditions and disorders could be given more lenient sentences under proposed guidance published in a consultation from the Sentencing Council.

Published 9 April 2019

And finally... straightened out

Prison authorities in Russia have reinstated yoga classes for inmates after insisting they would not somehow turn them gay.

Published 9 April 2019

Workplace Relations Commission: Farmer with multiple sclerosis awarded €31,000 in unfair dismissal case

A farmer with multiple sclerosis who was told not to come back to work until he provided his employer with a letter confirming his fitness to drive has been awarded €31,000 in the Workplace Relations Commission.

Published 8 April 2019

Comyn Kelleher Tobin appoints litigation and healthcare solicitor Cliona Kenny

Comyn Kelleher Tobin (CKT) has announced the appointment of Cliona Kenny as a solicitor in the firm's litigation and healthcare departments.

Published 8 April 2019

TLT moves into new premises in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter

TLT NI has moved to new premises in Belfast's Cathedral Quarter with effect from today.

Published 8 April 2019