Dublin-Monaghan bombings legal battle to continue
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A legal battle over access to UK government records relating to the 1974 Dublin-Monaghan bombings is set to continue, a lawyer representing the families of victims has said on the 50th anniversary of the attacks. Kevin Winters, solicitor ..read more
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English AG: International justice must not be ‘proxy for geopolitics’ in Gaza
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International justice should not "get in the way" of achieving a sustainable ceasefire in Gaza and the international courts should not be used as a "proxy for geopolitics", the Attorney General for England and Wales has told a ..read more
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Matheson welcomes 42 NQs
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Matheson has welcomed 42 newly-qualified solicitors across its asset management, commercial litigation, commercial real estate, corporate, finance and capital markets, private client and tax teams ..read more
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Belfast rugby rape trial to be dramatised in six-part TV show
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A six-part TV drama based on the 2018 Belfast rugby rape trial is reportedly in production. Ireland and Ulster rugby players Paddy Jackson and Stuart Olding were acquitted in March 2018 following a high-profile trial in which they ..read more
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Maria O’Loan: Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism – the next Brexit standoff?
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2w ago
Maria O'Loan of Tughans writes on the implications for Northern Ireland businesses of new UK and EU carbon measures. The UK government has launched its consultation on the introduction of a UK Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) which closes ..read more
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Lawyer of the Month: Michael O’Flaherty
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The adoption this week of the UK’s controversial Safety of Rwanda Bill generated ripples (or rather waves) of concern that reached far beyond Britain’s shores. One of those most concerned was Michael O’Flaherty, the Irish human rights lawyer ..read more
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UK government to develop official history of the Troubles
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The UK government has announced plans to develop an official history of the Troubles, with up to five historians to be granted privileged access to UK state archives. Lord Bew, from a northern unionist background, and Dr Caoimhe ..read more
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Matheson names student winners of innovation competition
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Undergraduate students Esther Ozonyia from Maynooth University, Johana Hajduchová and Ainsley Hamilton from Trinity College Dublin, and Anastasiia Ukhlova from University College Dublin have won the Matheson University Challenge 2024 ..read more
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New appointment to NI Equality Commission
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Jim McCooe has been appointed to the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland for a three-year term. Mr McCooe is currently a non-executive director and chair of the audit committee at Northern Ireland's Department of Health. He is also ..read more
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DAC Beachcroft bolsters its team in Dublin
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DAC Beachcroft has recently announced a number of senior hires, strengthening the firm's full-service offering in Dublin. The new appointments are legal director Seamus White, who has joined the Injury Risk team, senior associates Lisa Kelly and Feena ..read more
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