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September 22, 2021

Right to Claim Redundancy Restored by Tanaiste

The right to request redundancy by workers, whose hours were significantly cut during the pandemic, has been restored by the government.

September 21, 2021

Delay to Rights of Way Legal Changes

Proposed changes to how rights of way and other so-called 'easement rights' are established are to be delayed indefinitely.

September 21, 2021

New Claims Procedure for Review of Disclosure

The Department of Justice has introduced a new claims procedure for the review of significant amounts of disclosure in criminal law cases.

September 20, 2021

Woman Seeks Injunction Over Chemical Spill at Neighbour's Property

The High Court has granted a temporary injunction to a woman who claims that she had to abandon her Dublin 4 home due to a toxic chemical spill at a neighbour’s property and that repair works are causing further damage to her house.

September 20, 2021

Offence on European Arrest Warrant did not Correspond with Offence at Irish law

Minister for Justice v Plesca [2021] IEHC 582 (High Court (General), Burns J (Paul), 30 July 2021)

The High Court refused surrender to Romania pursuant to a European arrest warrant (EAW), on the grounds that: (a) one of the offences, being conspiracy to commit a summary offence, had not been known at Irish law at the date of issue of the EAW; and (b) the authorities established that surrender must be refused if there was not correspondence in domestic law with all of the offences on the EAW.

September 16, 2021

Removing barriers – disability and the tax system

As the Paralympic Games concluded, with team GB winning more medals than any nation but China, Robin Williamson reflects on steps taken by legislators over the past three decades to level the playing field for disabled people, and focuses on the particular contribution made by the tax system.

September 16, 2021

A-Z of Business Tax Deductions

An updated version of A-Z of Business Tax Deductions is now live for subscribers.

September 16, 2021

Nuala Jackson SC on Company Shareholdings: New Podcast

The latest episode of Bloomsbury Professional's podcast Obiter Dicta is now live and you can listen here. In this episode of Obiter Dicta, Rachel Sherlock and Grainne McMahon sit down with Nuala Jackson, Senior Counsel as she analyses the leading cases to navigate through the complexities of dealing with company shareholdings, family farms and other shareholdings in family law proceedings.

September 16, 2021

September Irish Criminal Law Update Now Live

The September issue of Irish Criminal Law is now live for subscribers of Irish Criminal Law.

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