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Arbitration in Ireland boasts a nuanced framework. This blog delves into its complexities, from arbitrability to enforceability concerns, drawing from legal texts and case law, offering a comprehensive understanding for professionals, businesses, and the curious alike. Join our exploration of Irish arbitration.
Far-reaching changes to PIAB legislation are set to create a whole new category of ‘high-risk cases’ that will run the gauntlet of becoming statute-barred – affecting applicants’ rights of access to justice
The allure of part-worn tyres often veils the inherent risks and long-term financial burdens. While initial savings are tempting, the compromised safety, frequent replacements, and potential legal quandaries underscore the importance of making well-informed decisions that prioritize safety and financial prudence.
A look at some of the pertinent issues relating to defamation cases in Ireland and the relevant case law.
In Ireland, the tax implications of insurance claims can vary widely from being tax-free like health insurance claims, to potentially taxable in cases of income replacement or loss of earnings in personal injury claims, making it essential to delve into the specifics of each claim type to navigate the tax landscape effectively.
The Courts apply a high bar when considering whether to dismiss medical negligence proceedings due to delay. Indeed, in many cases they are allowed to proceed. While the Rooney decision in 2022 showed some departure from that tendency, there remains a high bar for defendants to get claims dismissed.
Roundup, a herbicide with glyphosate as its core ingredient, has been under scrutiny for its potential health risks. Despite manufacturers’ claims of safety, numerous global lawsuits hint at possible carcinogenic effects.