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Arthur Cox
Performance bonds are widely used in the construction industry as a means of protecting employers against non-performance or financial default by the contractor.
Matheson
Julie Murphy O'Connor and Gearoid Carey share their extensive experience with regard to the enforcement of foreign judgments in Ireland, including acting in some of the leading Irish cases relating to such enforcement.
Matheson
Clients with experience of litigating in Ireland will be familiar with the discovery process and the onerous obligation to disclose all relevant documents which are in their power
Walkers
Dispute resolution funding has been in the spotlight in Ireland following the delivery of the Persona judgment by the Irish Supreme Court in May last year.
Dillon Eustace
Arbitration has a long tradition in Ireland. Its current modern legislative framework is supported by the courts which will intervene only as required.
Dillon Eustace
The courts will generally be in favour of alternative dispute resolution and will often encourage parties to resolve disputes by mediation.
Matheson
For judgments and proceedings commenced before January 10 2015, the Brussels I Regulation (44/2001) applies.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
A recent Court of Appeal finding in the UK has provided both Corporate Counsel and external lawyers
Matheson
The Arbitration Act 2010, which applies to arbitrations commenced in Ireland from 8 June 2010, applies Option 1 of Article 7 of the UNCITRAL Model Law ...
Arthur Cox
While very supportive of genuine proposals to resolve disputes outside of the court room, the courts are alive to the possibility that some parties may seek an adjournment...
Arthur Cox
Can a party who successfully sues another party, having rejected a settlement offer, be liable for some of the other party's costs? Potentially yes.
Maples Group
On 6 February 2018, the Irish Supreme Court agreed to hear an appeal in ACC Loan Management Limited v Rickard in relation to the appointment of a receiver in aid of execution on the basis that the issue was one of general and public importance.
Arthur Cox
It is an important element of any commercial relationship that you may enter into, to understand how long you may owe a potential liability to other parties or indeed ...
Matheson
1.1 Please set out the various regimes applicable to recognising and enforcing judgments in your jurisdiction and the names of the countries to which such special regimes apply
Mason Hayes & Curran
Two recent judgments highlight the difficulties facing defendants when they apply for an order which safeguards their exposure to costs.
Matheson
The act's objective is to further promote mediation as an attractive alternative to court proceedings, in terms of time, cost, resources and the avoidance of acrimony.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
On 22 December 2017, Mr. Justice John Edwards delivered the Court of Appeal decision in the case of Director of Public Prosecutions v Independent News and Media PLC, Claire Grady...
Mason Hayes & Curran
We review some key developments in the area of litigation and dispute resolution in Ireland during 2017.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Mediation Act 2017 (the "Mediation Act") was commenced with effect from 1 January 2018.
Arthur Cox
The Ministerial Order providing for the commencement of the Mediation Act 2017 has been signed. From 1 January 2018, solicitors, including in-house solicitors, will have to advise their clients to consider mediation...
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