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Injunctions and The Law of Receivership

Injunctions and The Law of Receivership

What is an Injunction? In simple terms, an injunction is an order of the Court which requires a person to refrain from doing, or compelling them to do, a particular act. The aim of an injunction is to preserve the status quo between the parties between the time of the...

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The Business of Farming – Where the Scales are Rebalancing

The Business of Farming – Where the Scales are Rebalancing

Thanks to EU legislation, farmers are now protected against unfair trading practices in their business relationships.  In this article, Donnacha Anhold outlines how these regulations benefit farmers and food producers when dealing with larger buyers. With the...

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Family Law: Child Abduction

Family Law: Child Abduction

In recent weeks, we have seen a number of distressing stories in the press in relation to Irish parents dealing with familial child abduction.  Due to the greater incidence of marriage breakdown, more ease of travel and the larger number of marriages between persons...

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Taking on the Vulture Funds

Taking on the Vulture Funds

A Further Weapon for Distressed Borrowers  Promontoria stopped from enforcing loans where monies were loaned following registration of a lien.  These loans are no longer allowed to be secured by way of a lien.   Background In Promontoria (Oyster) DAC -v- Fox (2022)...

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Journalistic Privilege Case

Journalistic Privilege Case

We are honoured to act for Journalist Emmett Corcoran in what the Irish Times has classed as a highly significant decision that has implications for the protection of journalistic sources, and journalist privilege. The three Judge Court of appeal issuing Judgment last...

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Irish Law Awards Finalist 2021

Irish Law Awards Finalist 2021

The Irish Law Awards have announced the Finalists for the 2021 awards. We are thrilled to be shortlisted in two categories; Litigation Law Firm/Lawyer of the Year and Connacht/Ulster Sole Practitioner of the Year. The awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of...

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Man takes High Court action over Tusla provisional findings

Man takes High Court action over Tusla provisional findings

A retired businessman has brought a High Court challenge against provisional findings made against him by Tusla concerning allegations that he sexually abused his siblings more than 40 years ago. The action has been brought by the man, who cannot be named for legal...

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Parent’s Leave Extended from 1 April 2021

Parent’s Leave Extended from 1 April 2021

The family leave provisions under the Family Leave and Miscellaneous Provisions Act 2021 (“the Act”) has now been commenced, meaning parents can avail of three weeks additional Parent’s Leave and Parent’s Benefit within the first two years of birth or adoption of a child.

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Role of Executors*

Role of Executors*

Have you been appointed an Executor in a Will or are you thinking of making a Will and wondering who to appoint as executors?

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