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Mason Hayes & Curran
In recent years, much attention has focused on the slow but steady shift to electric vehicles on our roads.
Arthur Cox
When will a disciplinary process be unfair unless an employee is allowed legal representation? This was the single question of general importance which the Supreme Court was charged with ...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
In a previous article (April 2017) the case of Williams & Waistell v Network Rail was discussed. In this landmark case, a Cardiff Court found Network Rail responsible for an actionable nuisance
Arthur Cox
Few areas of technological advancement catch the public imagination quite like driverless cars.
Matheson
The era of driverless cars or fully autonomous vehicles ("AVs") is near and will dramatically transform how we drive.
Dillon Eustace
The recent decision of the High Court in Dardis v Poplovka IEHC 249 highlights the fact that while costs generally follow the event the court can look behind the rule and exercise its discretion in awarding costs.
Matheson
The Workplace Relations Commission has found in favour of motor insurers after a number of complaints were made allegeing that quotes provided for motor insurance were discriminatory....
Arthur Cox
Uber markets itself as "a location-based app that makes hiring an on-demand private driver…easy." Uber claims that "for drivers, Uber provides exceptional pay...
Arthur Cox
Developers of driverless cars around the world are facing a major hurdle; the absence of a legal framework that will allow their creations to be used on the road. This Briefing Note looks at how prepared Ireland is for the testing and arrival of driverless cars.
Mason Hayes & Curran
No longer a science-fiction fantasy, the car of the future will be driverless.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Irish law obliges drivers to have motor insurance to cover accidents occurring in a public place.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Leo Varadkar, recently announced changes to the existing legislation on mobile phone use while driving.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Committee has issued a report on clamping on private property, indicating its view that it needs to be regulated by legislation particularly in sensitive areas such as hospitals.
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