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UK Information Commission issues reminder that accessing patient’s information unlawfully is an offence

A warning issued from the UK’s data protection watchdog, the Information Commissioner’ ...

A warning issued from the UK’s data protection watchdog, the Informatio ...

A warning issued from the UK’s data ...

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 ...

Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland invites submissions

The Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland (the “Commission”) was established ...

The Commission on the Future of Policing in Ireland (the “Commission” ...

The Commission on the Future of Polici ...

Rescinding Job Offers – recent case law from the High Court

In a recent High Court decision in the case of Genockey and A Bank (2017) IEHC, Mr Justice ...

In a recent High Court decision in the case of Genockey and A Bank (2017) ...

In a recent High Court decision in the ...

SRA issues Warning Notice regarding Online Communication by Solicitors

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has recently issued a warning notice in relation ...

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has recently issued a warning n ...

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (S ...

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 ...