Northern Ireland’s Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal alleging that the Department of Health breached data privacy and...
Northern Ireland’s High Court has determined that a personal injury settlement which a man received two years before his bankruptcy did not form part of the bankruptcy estate.
Northern Ireland’s High Court has dismissed a claim seeking deletion of records after a mother was incorrectly labelled as responsible for “confirmed neglect” before her son was born.
The personal injury discount rate in Northern Ireland has been set to -1.5 per cent following the first review under the new legislative framework established this year.
The High Court has awarded both personal damages and repayment to the company in an unfair prejudice claim against a Coleraine company which voted to oust a founding shareholder.
The High Court has dismissed all seven headings of a land conveyance counterclaim, deeming it to be “clearly an abuse of process” following a dispute offer a land purchase.
Following a five-year campaign by personal injury lawyers and recommendations from Lord Justice Gillen’s review of civil justice in Northern Ireland in 2017, the Department of Justice has opened a consultation on mandatory court approval of children’s compensation claims.
Dozens of survivors of historical institutional abuse (HIA) in Northern Ireland will receive more than £100,000 in total after their personal information was exposed in a data breach.
A man with a learning disability has settled a case alleging disability harassment against retailer B&M for £5,000 without admission of liability with support from the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland (ECNI).