Yearly Archives: 2010

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European Court of Justice says rights of Irish unmarried father not breached

2016-06-08T11:18:58+01:00November 19th, 2010|Latest News|

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that the family rights of an Irish unmarried father who helped rear his children over a ten year period were not breached ...

Rights of Way and Rights to Cut Turf – Act Fast or Risk Losing These Rights

2018-11-13T10:49:09+00:00November 1st, 2010|Latest News|

By Caitriona Leahy, Associate Solicitor, Property Department The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act, 2009 (“the Act”) has introduced significant changes to the law on easements and profits á prendre ...

Recording Companies Suffer Setback in Litigation with Internet Service Providers

2018-11-13T10:49:10+00:00November 1st, 2010|Latest News|

By Keith Burke, Solicitor, Intellectual Property and Technology Unit The October 11th decision of Justice Charleton of the High Court in the case of EMI Records (Ireland) Limited & others ...

Case Progression: A further step towards conciliation in litigation proceedings in Circuit Court cases

2018-11-13T10:49:12+00:00November 1st, 2010|Publications|

By Tríona Walsh, Solicitor, Litigation Department What is Case Progression?     Case progression is a case management system where specific issues in a dispute are identified and efforts are made ...

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