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Remote Working – Opportunities and Challenges

Remote Working – Opportunities and Challenges

An early morning run on the beach or walk along the riverbank – followed by coffee and croissants as we sit at our ergonomically designed and sound-proofed home office with uninterrupted views of the sea or the countryside? And then there is reality!! No beach, no...

The Law Society Access Programme

The Law Society Access Programme

The United Nations has declared Saturday February 20th, World Day of Social Justice. Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social right and opportunities. This international day recognises the need to promote social justice. 

Why Listening To New Mothers Is So Important

Why Listening To New Mothers Is So Important

In my work as a Medical Negligence solicitor I meet many mothers who come to me seeking answers to their questions about the labour and delivery of their babies.  For some there is a niggling feeling that something is not quite right.  For others, they need a greater...

Mother and Baby Homes Survivor Redress in Ireland

Mother and Baby Homes Survivor Redress in Ireland

The final report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes has been published.  The investigation into Mother and Baby Homes began in 2015, with the initial scope of the enquiry to look at 14 homes and a representative sample of 4 County Homes. ...

Why We Need The Provisions Of The Patient Safety Bill  (2019)

Why We Need The Provisions Of The Patient Safety Bill (2019)

None of us expect to be harmed as a patient in healthcare.  Yet in Ireland as many as 1 in 8 patients suffer harm while using using healthcare services.  Here our Johan Verbruggen addresses queries he has received about the Patient Safety Bill(2019), which is currently before the Dail.

Making a Personal Injury Claim: What You Need To Know

Making a Personal Injury Claim: What You Need To Know

The term personal injury also incorporates medical and dental accidents (which lead to numerous medical negligence cases every year) and conditions that are often classified as industrial disease cases ….

Mediation – a civilised approach in an uncivilised world

Mediation – a civilised approach in an uncivilised world

Traditionally legal disputes in this country have been fought out in the Courts – for the most part in public and at great cost to the participants. Whilst this form of litigation is not disappearing any time soon, its supremacy is being challenged by a range of...

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