Stuart Gilhooly came to public prominence in November 2014, when he posted a blog on the PFAI website about footballer Ched Evans, above. Photograph:  Matthew Horwood/Getty Images

Stuart Gilhooly, solicitor for the Professional Footballers’ Association of Ireland, has been announced as president of the Law Society. The Dubline(...)

 Law Society president Stuart Gilhooly: “There has been no big increase in claims or awards to warrant rises of 70 per cent in the average premium over the last three years.” File photograph: Barry Batchelor/PA Wire

The Law Society has described as “anti-victim propaganda” the results of a new survey on bogus insurance claims. The survey, which was commissioned b(...)

The Bar Council maintains that legal costs play only a small part in the rise in insurance premiums.

Financial mismanagement and imprudent pricing has led to an increase in car insurance premiums, the Bar Council has told an Oireachtas committee. App(...)

Ms Harton’s family is taking a case against the Garda, the criminal who was driving the vehicle that fatally injured Ms Harton, and the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland

The family of a woman killed during a high-speed Garda chase has launched a civil action. Diana Harton (43) was killed in a crash on the M7 motorway (...)

The scene of the crash on the M7 near Junction 13 in which Diana Harton (43) was killed after her car was in collision with a car being pursued by gardaí.

The family of a woman killed when her car was in a collision with a vehicle being pursued at high-speed by Garda vehicles are more annoyed with gardaí(...)

 Jessica Ennis-Hill wants her name to be removed from a stand at Sheffield United’s Bramall Lane stadium if the club choose to re-sign Ched Evans. Photograph: PA Wire.

Professional Footballers’ Association of Ireland (PFAI) solicitor Stuart Gilhooly has defended his opinions on the Ched Evans case and said the convic(...)

File photograph of  Sheffield United and Wales striker Ched Evans arriving at Caernafon Crown Court in 2012. Photograph: PA

The Professional Footballers’ Association of Ireland has removed an article from its website by solicitor Stuart Gilhooly in which he defended convict(...)

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