News for March, 2024

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March 22, 2024

Capital Tax Acts 2024 - Now Live

The indispensable guide to capital taxes, Capital Tax Acts 2024 by Fiona McLafferty is now live to subscribers of Irish Tax.

This book provides the reader with fully consolidated and annotated legislation in the areas of stamp duty, capital acquisitions tax and local property tax. Changes brought about by the Finance Act 2023 are incorporated and all relevant information issued by the Revenue Commissioners is also referenced.

March 21, 2024

Busy Practitioner (March 2024)

The latest Busy Practitioner is now live for  subscribers.

March 21, 2024

Tax Case Summaries (April 2024)

The latest update to our Tax Case Summaries is now live for subscribers.

March 19, 2024

Bloomsbury Cyber Law Briefing March 2024

The March issue of the Bloomsbury Cyber Law Briefing is now available for subscribers. 

March 19, 2024

Misconduct In Courtroom Is Subject To Prison Discipline Rules

Murray v Governor of Midlands Prison [2024] IECA 42 (Court of Appeal (civil), Ní Raifeartaigh J, 22 February 2024)

Court of Appeal upheld a High Court decision that a prisoner serving a sentence can be disciplined under the Prison Rules for misconduct occurring in a courtroom during sentencing, on the grounds that the appellant was in the lawful custody of the prison authorities and thus subject to the Prison Rules; and there was no issue of double jeopardy or unfairness in the disciplinary proceedings. 

Court of Appeal – Prison Rules 2007 – Prison Act 2007 – prisoner discipline – courtroom misconduct – lawful custody – contempt of court – judicial review – sanction – loss of privileges – custody of the court – double jeopardy – Legal Aid (Custody Issues) Scheme – High Court decision affirmed.

March 18, 2024

Irish Employment Law Update for March

The March issue of Irish Employment Law is now live for our employment law subscribers.

This month's edition features the case of H. A. O’Neil Limited v Unite the Union, Patrick James Goold, William Mangan and Damian Jones. This was an appeal by Unite the Union, representing mechanical-engineering employees. The respondent was a mechanical engineering firm that operates on a number of construction sites. Proceedings seeking interlocutory injunctive relief were initiated in March last year and sought to restrain the defendants from picketing and other associated activities. You can read Paul Kilraine’s comments in the update.

March 14, 2024

March Issue of Irish Civil Litigation Update - Jason Moloney & Cathal Dunne v Bus Eireann

The March update is now live for our Irish Civil Litigation subscribers. Written by Andrew Clarke, this month considers the recent case of Jason Moloney & Cathal Dunne v Bus Eireann and the lack of clarity that currently exists as to whether or not terms should be inserted into Personal Injury Settlement Orders.

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