According to the GDPR, claims for material or non-material damage may be brought for infringement of personal data...
An ancient Chinese proverb says that “when the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills.” 2023 was yet another year of change for dispute resolution in Ireland. We review some of the changes and the effect they are likely to have in 2024.
The High Court has approved a PIAB assessment of €60,000 in respect of severe facial scarring and minor psychological injury suffered by the minor applicant in a road traffic accident.
The couple are seeking orders compelling Pepper to charge them the interest rate PTSB would be charging them. In their High Court case, the couple claim Pepper must abide by the terms of the loan agreements they entered into with PTSB.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed a Cork hotel’s appeal against a €91,000 general damages award to wedding guest who slipped and fell on a wet dancefloor.
A Memoranda of Understanding, signed by Minister Jennifer Carroll MacNeill and key insurance stakeholders, targets fraudulent personal injury claims like exaggerated injuries and staged accidents, aiming to alleviate inflated premiums borne by policyholders due to such deceptive practices.
Cruel dismissals in dentistry reveal an underbelly of workplace tensions, urging both practitioners and staff to navigate employment intricacies with care and fairness.
In Wolfe v PIAB and Mater Misericordiae Hospital the Court of Appeal, overturning a High Court decision, has quashed an assessment made by PIAB and referred the matter back to it for re-consideration.
The Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal from orders granting summary judgment in which the appellant belatedly...