News for May, 2021

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May 31, 2021

Deirdre Morley Legal Team to Consider Psychiatric Report

Legal representatives for Deirdre Morley have been given a week to consider a psychiatric report to determine her future care.

May 31, 2021

Kevin Lunney Abduction Trial Delayed Again

The trial of four men before the Special Criminal Court accused of abducting and assaulting a director of Quinn Industrial Holdings has been delayed once again.

May 31, 2021

Revenue Orders Enquiry into Company Director's Historic Offshore Bank Account

A company director has failed in a legal challenge to prevent a Revenue inquiry into payments totalling almost €373,000 into a bank account in the Isle of Man almost 25 years ago.

May 31, 2021

Reform of Medical Negligence System Needed Says Report

The medical negligence system here is in need of major reform, with the current system resulting in 'destructive emotional impact' for those involved and prompting medics to develop 'defensive' medical practices, according to a new study.

May 28, 2021

Student Launches Court Challenge to Sit Leaving Cert With No Mask

A Leaving Certificate student has launched a High Court challenge to allow him to sit the state exams without a mask on the basis that he suffers from migraines and cannot wear a mask all day at school.

May 27, 2021

Arlene Foster Succeeds in Libel Claim

Northern Ireland's First Minister Arlene Foster has succeeded in a libel case against a tv doctor over a tweet he posted about her two years ago.

May 26, 2021

Irish Company and Commercial Law Update Now Live

The May edition of Irish Company and Commercial Law is now live for subscibers of the service.

May 26, 2021

High Court Grants Injunction to Cork Hospital over Cyber Attack

The High Court has granted injunctions to a Cork hospital restraining any sharing, processing, selling or publishing of data believed to be stolen from its computer systems in the latest cyber attack.


May 25, 2021

Caesarean Section to Be Performed on Prisoner

The High Court has granted orders for a caesarean section to be performed on a pregnant woman remanded in custody.

May 24, 2021

Withdrawal of Life Support to Young Woman Was in Her Best Interests

A v Hickey [2021] IEHC 318 (High Court, Irvine P, 10 May 2021)

The High Court, in wardship proceedings concerning a brain-damaged woman in a persistent vegetative state, grants order to withdraw the ward’s life support, on the grounds that it was in her best interests.

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