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Gender Pay Gap – an Irish perspective

Gender Pay Gap – an Irish perspective

Gender Pay Gap – an Irish perspective Gender equality has been at the forefront of recent news, including the #metoo movement with particular emphasis ...

It's all in the lease - The limits of Berni Inns

It's all in the lease - The limits of Berni Inns

Permission to Appeal the first instance decision of Adrian Williamson QC in Prezzo Ltd v High Point Estates Ltd has been refused by the Court of Appea ...

DAC Beachcroft Update 2018-July to September 2018

DAC Beachcroft Update 2018-July to September 2018

An update on recent DAC Beachcroft disease claims from July to September 2018.

Unleashing the potential of data-driven health and care

Unleashing the potential of data-driven health and care

At NHS Expo 2018, we saw the commitment of the NHS to technology and innovation as a key theme, with the announcement of more funding for Global Digit ...

Human Rights Act claims against Social Workers-The serious ramifications of breaching  Section 20 Children Act 1989

Human Rights Act claims against Social Workers-The serious ramifications of breaching Section 20 Children Act 1989

Local Authorities have recently seen a marked increase in claims alleging breach of the Human Rights Act where it is said that they have misused s20 o ...

Varying a Lease? - Take note!

Varying a Lease? - Take note!

If you have agreed with your tenant to vary the terms of a lease this can be effected by a deed of variation, DAC Beachcroft outline the points to con ...

The future is here and the future is mixed

The future is here and the future is mixed

There was a time when residential was residential and retail was retail – but it was only a short time, in the latter part of the twentieth and early ...

Ice climber's claim falls down on technical points

Ice climber's claim falls down on technical points

The Court of Appeal in its judgment in Committeri v Club Mediterranee SA and Generali Assurances IARD SA recently considered the question of whether a ...

Reducing the risk of third party liability  for professionals

Reducing the risk of third party liability for professionals

In  the recent case of BDW Trading Limited v Integral Geotechnique (Wales) Limited [2018] EWHC 1915, Judge Stephen Davies QC offers valuable guidance ...

Dishonest Driving Instructor Learns the Harsh Letters of the Law

Dishonest Driving Instructor Learns the Harsh Letters of the Law

Mr Jafar Kazemi v Mrs Jayantilal Gohil This case was defended as a low speed impact in which DACB called the learner driver as a witness to give evide ...