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Civil And Criminal Asset Recovery: Ireland And The UK
The emergence of both Ireland and the United Kingdom as the legal systems of choice for the resolution of complex cross-border commercial disputes...
UK
19 Nov 2019
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GAR Know How Construction Arbitration
Is your jurisdiction primarily a common law, civil law, customary law or theocratic law jurisdiction?
Ireland
29 Jul 2019
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Workplace Dispute Resolution In Ireland – Is It Time For Change?
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Workplace Relations Act 2015 can be challenged on its constitutionality before the High Court.
Ireland
15 May 2019
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Courts Alive To Disingenuous Applications To Mediate
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...
Ireland
16 Aug 2018
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Reject A Genuine Settlement Offer And Risk Paying The Price
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.
Ireland
24 Jul 2018
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How Sport's Supreme Court Almost Ruled Guerrero Out Of The World Cup
Peru may not have had much success at the World Cup, but their captain Paolo Guerrero achieved a considerable legal victory in even making it to Russia this summer.
Ireland
17 Jul 2018
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How Long Have You Got? Time Limits For Bringing Claims
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 ...
Ireland
23 May 2018
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Mediation Act 2017: Checklist For In-House Counsel
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...
Ireland
20 Dec 2017
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Insurance Regulatory Update, October 2017
This is the October edition of the Arthur Cox Insurance Regulatory Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Insurance Group focused on recent developments in insurance regulation, law and practice.
Ireland
9 Nov 2017
10
Can You Have Equal Rights And Special Treatment?
Regulatory bodies must apply the principle of equal treatment in all steps leading to the imposition of a penalty.
Ireland
23 Nov 2016
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Can You Refuse An Invitation To Mediate?
Can you refuse an invitation to mediate without risking adverse cost orders? The short answer is yes, provided you have strong grounds for doing so.
Ireland
11 May 2016
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New Pre-Action Protocol In Clinical Negligence Actions
The early resolution of clinical negligence actions will become a real possibility with the introduction of a pre-action protocol.
Ireland
2 Feb 2016
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Escaping The Grip Of The Penalty Clause – Check Your Contracts!
A clause in a contract which provides for payment of a sum of money on breach of the contract may be unenforceable if it is a penalty clause.
Ireland
18 Jan 2016
14
The Recast Brussels Regulation: What It Means For Commercial Parties
On 10 January 2015 the Brussels Regulation which, since 2001, governed jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters across the EU, was repealed and replaced by the Recast Brussels Regulation.
European Union
13 Feb 2015
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Court Of Appeal Formally Established
This week marked a historic week for the Irish judiciary and courts system as a number of measures were put in place to give effect to the Court of Appeal Act 2014.
Ireland
6 Nov 2014
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New Arbitration Rules For Use With The Public Works Contracts – What’s In Store For Users?
An overhauled version of the Arbitration Rules for use with the Public Works suite of contracts was published on the Construction Procurement Reform website.
Ireland
9 Apr 2014
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Expert Determinations - Recent Developments - January 2014
Ireland adopts expert determination as a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution. Parties must agree to be bound by the decision of an expert to make a legally binding determination to resolve the dispute.
Ireland
24 Jan 2014
18
The European, Middle Eastern And African Arbitration Review 2014
The Arbitration Act 2010 repealed all previous arbitral legislation and effectively codified the law in this area into one Act of Parliament.
Worldwide
23 Jan 2014
19
EMIR: Implementation Of Portfolio Reconciliation And Dispute Resolution Requirements, August 2013
On 15 September 2013, the portfolio reconciliation and dispute resolution requirements of Regulation No 648/2012 and its supplemental regulations will become operative.
Ireland
24 Sep 2013
20
Lis Pendens: When Can A Lis Pendens Be Registered?
The term "lis pendens" is the Latin for "litigation pending" and refers to a legal burden registrable against land which is the subject of litigation in the Circuit or High Court.
Ireland
28 May 2013
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