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Counsel

This is the body that ensures that Ireland has no provision for launching class actions;

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The other Blairs

Like many lawyers, Mr. Blair’s representation of his client, Dred Scott, was not for money but from conviction.

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Passports

A passport is a very odd document. It does not belong to the bearer. It grew from a “letter of introduction” to its present form. It is a request from the home state of the traveller to the state or states to which the traveller is going, to accord the traveller respect and not to infringe his/her rights. As an instance of this Giovanni Belzoni, an Italian strongman (literally), in 1815 procured a letter from the British consul in Naples to […]

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All Together Now…!

Will Ireland suffer the humiliation of Irish citizens bringing a class action in London for events which happened in Ireland?

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Compensation Culture

The Irish State has a very poor record in defending the constitutional right to compensation for personal injury.

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IMF- the future on legal costs

Ireland is a small place; we should be temperate in our comments because we may offend where no offence is meant and our reduced “degrees of separation” makes the comment fester.

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Government

Does the MJELR keep a horse? Does he not notice he needs to clean his stables?

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Truth?

Domestically, what is in issue is this: on what possible moral basis does the Oireachtas claim the right to restrict the public expression of opinion?

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For Whom the Bell Tolls?

Once again, the remedy for such social ills is to hand; introduce forms of proceedings in court called Multi-Party Actions.

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Mr. KenMore

Here are some easy reforms to bring fairness to the people of Ireland

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