News for March, 2022

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March 31, 2022

High Court Rules on Charlotte Mulhall Visit Case

A High Court judge has ruled that convicted murderer Charlotte Mulhall is entitled to most of her legal costs of proceedings she brought over her transfer to Limerick Prison from Mountjoy woman’s prison in Dublin in 2018.

March 30, 2022

Busy Practitioner

The latest version of Busy Practitioner is now available for subscribers.

March 30, 2022

Judgment Reserved in Case of Profoundly Disabled Woman

Judgment has been reserved in the case of a profoundly disabled Cork woman who alleges that a potentially deadly, untreated infection was allowed to fester for hours after her birth in a Cork hospital and left her catastrophically injured.

March 30, 2022

Making Tax Digital Tracker (March 2022)

The latest update to our Making Tax Digital Tracker is now live for subscribers

March 30, 2022

Obiter Dicta Podcast: Data Bytes with Denis Kelleher Now Live

The latest episode of Obiter Dicta podcast is now live.

Rachel Sherlock and Grainne McMahon chat to Denis Kelleher BL, author of Data Protection Law in Ireland and other Bloomsbury Professional titles. In our discussion Denis talks about about data protection and recent developments including the Graham Dwyer case, as well as some key tips on navigating GDPR for practitioners. 


March 29, 2022

New Edition of Thomson’s Delictual Liability Available on BPrO

The new edition of Thomson’s Delictual Liability by Gordon Cameron has been added to the Scottish Law Service.

March 29, 2022

Coroner Recommends National Expert Group to Examine State's Response to Covid-19

A coroner has recommended that a national expert group be established to review the effects of the Covid pandemic in Ireland and the state’s response to it.

March 29, 2022

Data Transfer Agreement Could End Up in Court

A data transfer deal agreed by the European Union and the United States last week could likely end up in court just like the two previous pacts it replaces.

March 28, 2022

Proceedings not Struck Out Despite Delay where Liability will Turn on Doctor’s Contemporaneous Notes

Walsh v Mater Misericordiae University Hospital [2022] IEHC 126 (High Court (General), Barr J, 8 March 2022)

The High Court refused to dismiss a claim for medical negligence, despite inordinate and inexcusable delay, in circumstances where oral evidence would have a minor role to play in the case and liability would turn on the notes and records made contemporaneously by the doctor.

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