News for November, 2021

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November 30, 2021

Inheritance Tax Annual 2021/22

The latest update to Inheritance Tax 2021/22 is now live for subscribers.

November 30, 2021

Survey of Firms Finds Improved Outlook for Year Ahead

Many law firms are looking forward to an improved outlook for their businesses over the next year, although Covid-19 continues to impact negatively on turnover and profits, according to a new survey.

 

November 30, 2021

Irish Medical Law Update Now Live

The November edition of Irish Medical Law Update is now live for subscribers of Irish Medical Law.

November 29, 2021

Family Court Bill Due Next Year

The Minister for Justice Helen McEntee has said she has a target of early 2022 for the Family Court Bill.

November 29, 2021

Trusts and Estates 2021/22

The latest update to Trusts and Estates 2021/22 is now live for subscribers. 

November 29, 2021

VAT 2021/22

The latest update to the VAT Annual 2021/22 is now live for subscribers.

November 26, 2021

National Insurance Contributions 2021/22

The latest update to National Insurance Contributions 2021/22 is now live for subscribers.

November 26, 2021

Income Tax 2021/22

The latest update to Income Tax 2021/22 is now live for subscribers

November 26, 2021

Adjudication Officer’s Decision to Recuse Herself was Undoubtedly Correct

Burke v An Adjudication Officer [2021] IEHC 667 (High Court (Judicial Review), Simons J, 11 November 2021)

The High Court refuses application for judicial review of a decision of an adjudication officer to recuse herself from hearing an unfair dismissal claim further, on the grounds that: (a) the procedural requirements identified by the Supreme Court in the Zalewski case applied in principle to pending claims for unfair dismissal that had not been finally determined at the time of the judgment; (b) the applicant's claim therefore fell to be determined by reference to the procedures in the amended legislation; and (c) having regard to the serious and direct conflicts of evidence that had emerged at the hearings before the adjudication officer, and to the allegation by the applicant that one witness had deliberately given false evidence, there could be no doubt but that the decision to discontinue the hearings and to direct that the claim be heard and determined by a different adjudication officer, with the administration of an oath, was legally correct.

November 26, 2021

Two New High Court Judges Approved

The government has approved the appointment of two new judges to the High Court.

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