Judgments: Key cases in brief

The presumption that a lost will was intended to be revoked is rebutted by circumstantial evidence. In re McDermott (2015) IEHC 622 (High Court, Baker(...)


Labour Court misapplied fixed-term employment legislation Board of Management of St Joseph’s School for Deaf Boys v Grehan [2015]IEHC 605 (High Court,(...)

An examiner is not required to provide commercially sensitive information to bona fide potential investor. In re Ladbrokes (Irl) Ltd IEHC 381 (High C(...)

Bank not guilty of defamation in publishing information concerning revocation of credit card Cagney v Bank of Ireland [2015]IEHC 288 (High Court, Hedi(...)

Affidavit is admissible in commercial proceedings, even though place of business was described as “place of abode” Kearney v Bank of Scotland [2015]IE(...)

Key cases in brief

A bank is under no duty to inquire into and advise against a customer’s transactions Delaney vs Allied Irish Banks Plc (2015) IEHC 52 (High Court, Cre(...)

A forensic sample taken before the attendance of a legal adviser did not render a trial unfair or specimens inadmissible. DPP vs Parker IEHC 652 (Hig(...)

Judgments: Key cases in brief

A two-week break during an assault trial did not render a conviction unsafe. DPP vs Franey (2015) IECA 15 (Court of Appeal, Edwards J, February 4th, 2(...)

Judgments: Key cases in brief

The defendants were found to be the owners of a hedge after a bitter dispute between neighbours. Madigan - vs - Reuter (2014) IEHC 617 (High Court, Ke(...)

Judgments: Key cases in brief

Lies told by personal injuries plaintiff were not significant to his overall claim Looby v Fatalski [2014] IEHC 564 (High Court, Barr J, December 3rd,(...)

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