Ann Henry

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“Most internal investigations go wrong because the investigation was not planned out with sufficient detail at the beginning,” according to Pinsent Masons partner Ann Henry

Businesses that plan internal investigations in detail at the outset are best placed to uncover the truth fairly, withstand challenges to privilege an(...)

From left, Ann Henry,  Richard Foley,  both from  Pinsent Masons, with Mary Buckley, executive director of the  IDA, at the opening of  the Pinsent Masons Dublin office at Windmill Lane. Photograph:  Mark Harrison

“You’d be nuts to disavow a whole class of talent,” says Richard Foley, chairman of the board and senior partner with Pinsent Masons, a global law fir(...)

Paul Henry (29) with an address at Ardsallagh, Athlone Road, Roscommon was charged with murdering his mother Ann Henry at Abbeystown, Ballyphesan in Roscommon town on September 17th, 2011. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A Roscommon man who stabbed his mother to death more than four years ago has been found not guilty of her murder by reason of insanity. Paul Henry (2(...)

Paul Henry: acquitted of the murder of his mother by reason of insanity

A Roscommon man acquitted of murdering his mother by reason of insanity last year has successfully appealed his acquittal and now faces a retrial.Paul(...)

Mr Henry, acquitted of murder by reason of insanity, is seeking a retrial so he can plead, and be convicted of, manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility and incur a determinative sentence rather than being under an indefinite regime at the CMH possibly for the rest of his life. Photograph: Graham Hughes/Photocall Ireland

A Roscommon man acquitted of murdering his mother by reason of insanity last year is appealing his acquittal.Paul Henry (29), who lived with his mothe(...)

Last November, the Government confirmed that a local division of the Unified Patent Court will be established in Ireland, which would allow businesses to resolve disputes around intellectual property rights (IPR) locally rather than in other EU member states. File photograph: Getty Images

The establishment of a new court described as crucial to securing the future of the so-called “knowledge economy” will require a referendum to amend t(...)