News for April, 2021

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April 19, 2021

Damages in Case of Plaintiff Who Had Not Knowingly Misled the Court

The High Court has refused to dismiss a claim for personal injuries stemming from a road traffic accident, finding that the solicitor for the plaintiff had made an honest error and that the plaintiff had not knowingly misled the court in respect of previous accidents

April 19, 2021

Obiter Dicta: Bloomsbury Professional's Podcast - Listen Here!

Obiter Dicta: Bloomsbury Professional's Podcast is back with a shiny new look! In this first episode, 'Til Covid Do Us Part' we go behind the headlines and speak to one of Ireland’s best known family lawyers to find out, is Covid-19 really leading to marriage and relationship breakdowns?

April 19, 2021

Children's Bill Will See Those Who Died From Violence Be Publicly Named

New legislation which would allow families of children who died from violence be publicly named from May onwards is due before the Seanad today (Monday 19 April 2021).

April 16, 2021

Surrogacy Couples To Be Exempt From Quarantine

Lawyers for the Minister for Health have told the High Court that Irish citizens travelling abroad for surrogacy will be exempt from having to quarantine in a hotel when they return to Ireland.

April 16, 2021

High Court Awards €23.5 Million in Largest Ever Personal Injuries Case

The High Court has approved a settlement of €23.5 million to a 16-year-old girl in what is the largest ever personal injuries settlement in the state.

April 16, 2021

New Hate Crime Laws To Be Enacted

The government is planning to introduce new laws where it would be a criminal offence with longer prison terms for hate crime offences.

April 13, 2021

Irish Tax Update

The latest release of Irish Tax Update is now live for subscribers of Irish Tax.

April 13, 2021

Court Told Woman Could Be Released From Quarantine

The High Court has been told that a woman who brought an action challenging her mandatory hotel quarantine could be allowed to leave the hotel today.

April 13, 2021

Medical Negligence and Childbirth Book Now Available

The title Medical Negligence and Childbirth (Second Edition) by Doireann O'Mahony is now available for subscribers to Irish Medical Law.

April 13, 2021

Criminal Legal Aid Scheme Could Be Replaced

The government is to consider replacing the existing criminal legal aid scheme for a public defender system in a move to reduce legal aid costs in criminal matters.

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