06 February 2018
The recent Supreme Court decision in Walsh v Jones Lang Lasalle should be of considerable interest to all parties interested in commercial property transactions. Essentially, the case reaffirms the legal principle of “let the buyer beware” which arose in the context of errors and disclaimers in sale brochures prepared an estate agent.
24 January 2018
The Plaintiff attended her GP with concerns about numbness she was feeling on the right side of her saddle area.
This case arose from the Plaintiff’s admission for obstetric care in relation to the birth of her third child.
17 January 2018
On 21st November 2017, Augustus Cullen Law concluded the settlement of a medical negligence action brought on behalf of a young boy, Eoin McCallig, who suffered catastrophic injuries in the course of ...
10 November 2017
Although there is no current legislation in Ireland that creates the offence of Corporate Manslaughter, there is a Bill which has been coming down the track for over a decade. The issue has once again...
11 October 2017
Handling Partners Michael Boylan and Gillian O’ConnorWe are currently handling over 65 cases of Pandemrix related narcolepsy (most including Cataplexy) arising from the administration of the swine f...
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Kathleen, Medical Negligence Client
James, Medical Negligence Client
Freda McKittrick, Head of Barnardos Beacon Guardian Ad Litem service
Sean, Medical Negligence Client
Corporate client in a commercial litigation matter
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