14 December 2016
Pensions are becoming a frequently present topic in the media as former employees find their pensions are worth less than they were told they would be.
Tags: General Litigation
28 November 2016
Although the media often point out that property is a national obsession in Ireland, there is no doubt that for most of us buying a house is a personal experience. It’s exciting and daunting at once, and buying your first home definitely represents a rite of passage.
Tags: Property Law
09 November 2016
Humans are complex creatures, with vastly different perspectives and opinions on the same situation or issue at hand. Although ideally these opposing viewpoints wouldn’t lead to conflict, in reality they often do.
28 October 2016
Here’s a very sobering fact – only 30% of Irish people have a will, according to a survey conducted by Amárach Research on behalf of My Legacy. This is bad news. Not having a will puts your loved ones at risk and also leaves an awful mess for your family to clean up after your passing. It doesn’t do you any favours either as your wishes may not be considered if you die without a will.
Tags: Wills, Probate and Estate Management
01 January 1970
St Columcille’s Hospital in Loughlinstown has asked 65 patients to return for a repeat colonoscopy. This review was ordered after it was discovered that between November 2017 and April 2018 65 patie...
James, Medical Negligence Client
Sean, Medical Negligence Client
Corporate client in a commercial litigation matter
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