News for October, 2022

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October 31, 2022

October Issue of Irish Civil Litigation Update: Jurisdiction Issues

The October issue of Irish Civil Litigation Update is now live for subscribers to Irish Civil Litigation.

This month features the case of M v M, an interesting family law case. The applicant brought an appeal to the High Court of a Dublin Circuit Court order, striking out divorce proceedings for lack of jurisdiction in circumstances where it was contended by the respondent that he neither lived nor worked in Dublin, and therefore the proceedings were improperly brought. It will be of immense interest to practitioners dealing with jurisdiction issues.

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October 31, 2022

Buying and Selling Insolvent Companies and Businesses

The new, third edition of Buying and Selling Insolvent Companies and Businesses is now available to subscribers. 

October 27, 2022

Podcast: Stephen Spierin on The Fine Art of Probate

In this episode of Obiter Dicta, we discuss will complexities, admissibility of extrinsic evidence and common pitfalls.

Rachel Sherlock and Grainne McMahon sit down with Stephen Spierin BL to discuss wills and probate law, approaches by the courts to the construction of wills in some recent cases and tips for practitioners.


October 27, 2022

Obiter Dicta Podcast: Michael Boylan on Medical Negligence Part 2 Now Live

The latest episode of Obiter Dicta Podcast is now live featuring Michael Boylan, Medical Negligence solicitor.

In this episode we are joined by Michael Boylan, author of Medical Negligence Litigation. In this the first part of our interview with him, he speaks with us about why modular trials are not a good idea, importance of early disclosure and why medics are leaving themselves open to negligence claims.

October 27, 2022

EU Plans Legislation to Make Instant Payments Available

The European Commission is planning legislation that it says will make instant payments in euro available to all citizens and businesses with a bank account in EU and European Economic Area (EEA) countries.

October 27, 2022

High Court Rules on Cohabitation Case Involving Extramarital Relationship

The High Court has ruled that a woman who was in an extramarital relationship with a man before he died cannot legally be declared as his cohabitant.

October 27, 2022

Barrister Seeks Injunction over Hospital Refusal to Grant Him Treatment

A barrister has sought a High Court injunction aimed at overturning the Beacon Hospital’s decision to deny him further treatment at the private medical facility.

October 27, 2022

Fines for Road Offences to Double from Today

Fines for 16 road safety offences are set to double from today. These include speeding, not wearing seat belts and mobile phone use.

October 27, 2022

Man Jailed for Killing Intruder to His Home

A man who stabbed and killed an intruder who had attacked him in his home in the middle of the night has been jailed for three and a half years by the Central Criminal Court.

October 27, 2022

High Court Discharges Woman from Wardship

A woman in her 20s who was made a ward of court two years ago because her life was in danger due to severe anorexia nervosa has done so well since that she has been discharged from wardship.

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