Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Sometimes the customer isn’t always right!

The High Court has ruled that a Garda must pay €65,000 compensation to a bouncer whom he ...

The High Court has ruled that a Garda must pay €65,000 compensation to ...

The High Court has ruled that a Garda ...

Retailers – be careful with your defences in shoplifting claims!

McNamara -v- Dunnes Stores (Parkway) Limited [2017] IEHC 172 This case was an appeal from ...

McNamara -v- Dunnes Stores (Parkway) Limited [2017] IEHC 172 This case w ...

McNamara -v- Dunnes Stores (Parkway) L ...

No absolute duty of care owed to employee

The High Court has confirmed that there are limits to an employer’s duty of care ...

The High Court has confirmed that there are limits to an employer’s dut ...

The High Court has confirmed that ther ...

Minor Trespassers – no heightened duty of care under the Act

The High Court recently examined the duty of care owed by occupiers to a trespasser who is ...

The High Court recently examined the duty of care owed by occupiers to a ...

The High Court recently examined the d ...

‘DIYers’ Beware! Incompetence is no defence to an action for damages

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that when a householder assumes a DIY task in their own ...

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that when a householder assumes a DIY t ...

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that ...

When two become one: Court provides guidance on the approval of insolvency arrangements for separated couples

In the recent decision of Re JD (a debtor), the High Court upheld a debtor’s challenge t ...

In the recent decision of Re JD (a debtor), the High Court upheld a debto ...

In the recent decision of Re JD (a deb ...