Stop upload filter censorship– oppose the Copyright Regulation

Quit upload filter censorship– oppose the Copyright Directive The European Parliament will vote on the Copyright Instruction today, on 26 March 2019. Over 100,000 Europeans took place the street to object at the weekend. Write-up…

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Waiting Times for Separation– 2019 Irish referendum effects

The Federal government lately announced that a vote to decrease waiting time frame on divorce in Ireland will be kept in May 2019. Previous Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister, Oisín Crotty who serviced the formula…

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Time Limits for Claims or Actions – Statute of Limitations Law in Ireland

This is a frequently asked question by many clients particularly (but not only) in the context of personal injury claims. This is a guide to the law in Ireland with particular regard to the Statutes…

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Irish Legal Representative Consultations in Perth as well as Auckland (February 2019)

Hi, Roddy Tyrrell below,(solicitor as well as author of Lawyer.ie)– simply a note to let you understand that I will be readily available to satisfy for one-to-one in-person appointments in the cities of Auckland, New…

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GDPR Overview for Financial Solutions & Legislation Firms

Extremely Delicate Personal Data Compliance The General Data Defense Regulations(GDPR) which became law throughout the EU applies to all entities that process personal information. Nonetheless law practice and also financial services organisations who manage highly…

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The Director of Public Prosecutions -v- NR & anor [2016] IECCC 2 (16 May 2016)

Neutral Citation: [2016] IECCC 2 THE CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT (Bill No. CCDP 71/2014 and 72/2014) BETWEEN THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS PROSECUTOR V. N.R. AND R.N. ACCUSED DECISION of Mr. Justice Eagar delivered on the…

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Director of Public Prosecutions -v- CC [2016] IECCC 1 (10 February 2016)

[2016] IECCC 1 CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT CCDP / 110 / 2013 BETWEEN DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS APPLICANTS RESPONDENT DECISION of Mr. Justice Eagar delivered on the 10th day of February, 2016 1. The Court ruled…

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Statement on behalf of the Tánaiste following today’s Government meeting

4 April 2017  The Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality, Frances Fitzgerald TD, has received Government approval to begin the process to establish a Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland.   Government…

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Tánaiste Congratulates Professor Siobhan Mullally on Election as President of GRETA

Tánaiste and Minister for Justice and Equality Frances Fitzgerald, T.D., has congratulated Professor Siobhan Mullally on her election as President of the European body dealing with action against trafficking in human beings.   Professor Mullally,…

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Ireland’s Customer Insurance Dealings Expense is a ‘Win-Win Offer’

Leading City of London insurance policy attorney creates that, based on the UK experience, current legislation introduced by Pearse Doherty TD sustaining customers’ civil liberties in the location of insurance coverage asserts payments is ultimately…

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