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A solicitor who was ordered to only continue practicing under supervision after being found guilty of professional misconduct has lost an appeal again(...)

The Four Courts.

The president of the High Court has refused to strike off a solicitor, who is also a coroner in Co Kerry, over a finding of professional misconduct ag(...)

Tully Rinckey is to create 38 jobs in its Irish operations. Photograph: iStock

US law firm Tully Rinckey is to create 38 jobs at its Irish operation over the next three years. The company made the announcement as it formally ope(...)

The Category A tax threshold on inheritances and gifts has absolutely no bearing on dwelling house relief. Photograph: iStock

We recently approached a solicitor with a view to bequeathing our house to a daughter who has lived here since she was born in the 1960s. She has neve(...)

Mr Justice Alan Mahon is to step down from the Court of Appeal to become the Ombudsman for the Defence Forces. Photograph: Collins Courts.

Ireland would be well on the road to becoming a “more open and transparent society” with capacity to investigate allegations of wrongdoing more speedi(...)

It’s not every day that you hear of an estate agent refusing to sell a house, but that is just what Hunters is doing. With property transactions now (...)

The Law Society recommends that, if such a house is sold as someone’s main residence, the proceeds should be assessed on the same basis as if the house had not been sold. Photograph: Eric Byrne

The Fair Deal nursing home scheme should be revamped in Budget 2019 to help address the housing crisis, the Law Society has said. In its pre-budget s(...)

A view of Stoneybatter from   42 Manor Street, home to the Gateway Project. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Now in its second year, the Stoneybatter Festival offers a programme of nearly 100 events, encompassing music, food, arts, culture, entertainment and (...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook visits Irish developer Hostelworld in Dublin. He said the company was committed to Ireland. “We’ve been here since 1980. We have a very long-term relationship with the country”.

Despite Apple pulling the plug on a proposed data centre in Athenry after it got bogged down in legal planning rows, its CEO Tim Cook said Ireland is (...)

The conveyancing process is archaic and no longer fit for purpose, according to the Law Society

The Law Society is calling for an amnesty on residential properties built outside planning regulations more than seven years ago, as part of a renewed(...)

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