News for May, 2021

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May 14, 2021

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

The latest episode of Bloomsbury Professional's podcast Obiter Dicta is now live and you can listen here. In this episode, we discover what drove one doctor to leave general practice and go back to the books to study law. Simon Mills SC is a well-known barrister in the area of medical law and his voice will be familiar from his time on the Gerry Ryan Show. He speaks about life as a medic and bringing those skills to the area of medical negligence and right to die cases in addition to many controversial topics such as Cervical Check.

May 14, 2021

High Court Issues Significant Decision On Mortgage Arrears

The High Court has ruled that a 54-year-old woman can pay a mortgage until she is 90 under a personal insolvency arrangement which could help many others who are unable to pay debts.

May 13, 2021

Airbus to Stand Trial Over French Plane Crash

Air France and Airbus should stand trial for involuntary manslaughter for their role in a 2009 plane crash that killed 228 people, including three Irish women.

May 13, 2021

May Edition of Irish Tax Update Now Live

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

May 12, 2021

New Law Will Allow Adopted People Access to Birth Certificates

A new law is being planned by the government which will allow adopted people get access to their birth certificates for the first time.

May 11, 2021

Coroner Rules 10 People Killed In Ballymurphy Massacre Were Innocent

A coroner has ruled that ten people killed by the British Army in Belfast some fifty years ago were innocent civilians.

May 10, 2021

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

The latest episode of Bloomsbury Professional's podcast Obiter Dicta is now live and you can listen here. In this episode, we look at how remote working could be here to stay. Rachel Sherlock and Grainne McMahon speak to employment law barrister Tara Murphy and discuss a landmark employment law case and its potential repercussions to employers and employees when it comes to working from home.

May 10, 2021

Court Rules Life Support Can Be Withdrawn From Woman

The High Court has made an order allowing artificial life support to be withdrawn from a woman in a persistent vegetative state (pvs) for almost ten years.

May 10, 2021

One Month in a Minute: April 2021

Lee Sharpe summarizes recent developments in UK tax.

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