Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Claims made on affidavit lead to a charge of criminal contempt

In the recent case of Allied Irish Banks plc v ...

In the recent case of Allied Irish Banks plc v ...

In the recent case of Allied Irish Ban ...

Defective Products: Employers may be liable for manufacturers defect

The High Court has determined that an employer can be held liable for injuries sustained b ...

The High Court has determined that an employer can be held liable for inj ...

The High Court has determined that an ...

Circuit Court Judge considers common defences raised in possession proceedings

In the Circuit Court decision of The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland v Patrick ...

In the Circuit Court decision of The Governor and Company of the Bank of ...

In the Circuit Court decision of The G ...

Hertz “set-up” defence fails in High Court

A recent High Court case demonstrates how difficult it can be to prove that a suspicious a ...

A recent High Court case demonstrates how difficult it can be to prove th ...

A recent High Court case demonstrates ...

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 ...