News for November, 2017

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November 30, 2017

Immigration Law (16 - 30 November)

Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent developments in Immigration Law.

November 30, 2017

Family Law (16 - 30 November)

Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent developments in Family Law.

November 30, 2017

Lifting of injunction would probably result in sale of plaintiff’s shares prior to trial

High Court refuses to discharge an interim injunction restraining the calling in of the plaintiff's loans prior to the trial of an action for breach of contract, conspiracy, and misuse of confidential information (concerning the plaintiff's proprietary rights under a shareholders' agreement), on the grounds that to do so would probably lead to the defendant selling the plaintiff's shares following the finalisation of the receivership process and, as such, maintenance of the status quo is what is 'just and convenient' between the parties prior to trial.

November 29, 2017

Irish Criminal Law Update

Issue No.43 of Irish Criminal Law Update is now live for subscribers to Irish Criminal Law.

November 29, 2017

Finance (No 2) Act 2017 progress tracker

The key objective of this tracker service is to direct busy professionals to the key measures affecting the corporate and business sectors introduced by the Chancellor on 8 March 2017 (and subsequently re-introduced on 8 September 2017).

November 28, 2017

Family Court Reports

The latest update to Family Court Reports is now live for subscribers. This update includes: M v F and SM (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008), [2017] 3 FCR 511; R v B & Ors, [2017] 3 FCR 519; Re X (a child) (no 2), [2017] 3 FCR 570; Re X (a child) (no 3), [2017] 3 FCR 584; Re X (a child) (no 5); [2017] 3 FCR 615

November 27, 2017

Bank entitled to judgment in equity despite failure of its claim at common law

High Court: (a) finds that the assignee of a loan cannot succeed at common law in its claim for judgment against a borrower, on the grounds that the statutory requirement that the original creditor provide express notice of the transfer was not complied with; but (b) nevertheless grants judgment in favour of the assignee as the debt is actionable in equity, and no argument has been raised that any equitable principle is engaged which would prevent the claim succeeding.

November 27, 2017

Improved information on risk is noted by investors, but more needed on viability reporting

Investors want a better understanding of how boards identify and manage risk to protect the sustainability of companies, according to a report produced by the FRC’s Financial Reporting Lab.

November 27, 2017

Irish Civil Litigation Update

Update No.22 of Irish Civil Litigation Update is now live for subscribers to Irish Civil Litigation.

November 27, 2017

Sports Law (9 – 23 November)

 Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent developments in Sport Law.

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