We have recently been involved in some prolific cases that have received some media attention.
Please find links to two articles which covered these cases below.
If you are a landlord your legal obligations and duties are determined by legislation as well as the verbal or written agreement you have with your tenant. As a landlord it is important to be aware of your duties and ensure that you are compliant. Failure to do so exposes yourself to the risk of […]
Although the making of a will is a very simple task many people neglect to make one, leaving their dependants and loved ones in a potentially vulnerable position if the unexpected happens. The consequence of passing away without having made a valid will (known as having died ‘intestate’) is that neither you nor your family […]
Ireland’s defamation law has come under scrutiny in recent months with many commentators expressing the view that it is unfairly balanced in favour of a plaintiff. However the Defamation Act 2009 does contain a variety of defences and provisions which can be of great assistance to a party defending an action. These defences include that […]
Mediation is a flexible alternative to litigation that allows parties achieve their own solution to their problems. In many situations it can be a superior alternative to litigation, especially for family related disputes or those where confidentiality is paramount. Mediation has numerous advantages over the court system which may make it a more attractive option […]