News for January, 2019

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January 21, 2019

Family Law (7 January – 21 January)

Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent develoments in Family Law. 

January 21, 2019

Immigration Law (7 January – 21 January)

Ellie MacKenzie summarises recent developments in Immigration Law. 

January 21, 2019

Mediation Law and Civil Practice

The Second Edition of Mediation Law and Civil Practice is now live for subscribers to Mediation.

January 18, 2019

Transcript of examination by Official Assignee in bankruptcy to be disclosed

High Court: (a) orders the disclosure of the transcript of an examination by the Official Assignee in bankruptcy, on the grounds that the examination had not been conducted in circumstances of confidentiality, and had not been conducted for the dominant purpose of contemplating litigation; and (b) directs that the defendants provide discovery of five further documents; subject to certain redactions, on the grounds that they were not entitled to rely on common interest privilege or litigation privilege.

January 18, 2019

Residential Tenancies

A new title, Residential Tenancies, has been added to Irish Property Law.

January 16, 2019

Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing

 The January issue of the Bloomsbury Family Law Briefing is now live for subscribers to Family Law.

January 16, 2019

'Big Mac' trademark decision a win for Supermac's

Galway-based fast food chain claims victory in latest instalment of long running trademark saga against McDonald's, following landmark EUIPO decision.

January 16, 2019

Judicial review of adoption procedures would serve no useful purpose

High Court refuses to grant declaratory relief by way of judicial review concerning the fostering and adoption of a child, on the grounds that the proceedings had been issued outside of the appropriate time limit, and that any retrospective declaration would serve no useful purpose.

January 15, 2019

Cross-party opposition to extending time limits in ‘offshore matters’

It is not often that amendments to the annual Finance Bill make headline news, and rarer still that they are forced on the Government by cross-party groups of MPs. In the past week, the Bill was amended to prevent the making of certain regulations to smooth the process of EU withdrawal unless Parliament has approved both a framework for the future relationship with the EU, and either a negotiated withdrawal agreement, or leaving the EU without such an agreement.

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