# law - Yesterday’s News
We speak to a breastfeeding expert from the HSE.
# law - Sunday 25 September, 2016
Authorities are planning to ban commercial surrogacy in the country over exploitation concerns.
# law - Wednesday 24 August, 2016
An Employment Appeals Tribunal said it was reasonable for him to quit his job given the circumstances.
# law - Tuesday 23 August, 2016
The salon told the claimant she could come back after she’d had the baby and ‘they’d see what they could do’.
# law - Thursday 23 June, 2016
Recent cases have highlighted the gaps in the law around cyber harassment.
# law - Tuesday 24 May, 2016
"At the moment, court is a very frightening place for a child" - young victims in Ireland's legal system
A case of severe child abuse that recently passed through the courts showed some of the provisions in place to help protect minors.
# law - Friday 20 May, 2016
Regulation of e-cigarettes will also be enforced from today.
# law - Saturday 2 April, 2016
Thinking of getting your pet microchipped this weekend? Here are the facts.
# law - Monday 28 March, 2016
# law - Saturday 12 March, 2016
‘Abortion on demand’ phrase pushes idea women will get abortions as easy as choosing a Netflix movie
The term is left hanging in the background of debate, casting a vague and supposedly scary shadow over the future, writes Dr Robert Grant.
# law - Thursday 3 March, 2016
The case concerns whether or not a Texas law aims to protect women’s health, or to restrict access to abortions.
# law - Thursday 25 February, 2016
The question of gender quotas continues to be a turbulent issue, not only in Ireland, writes Jason O’Sullivan.
# law - Thursday 18 February, 2016
The challenge was thrown out.
# law - Wednesday 17 February, 2016
I made a decision to abort at seven weeks for many reasons, writes an anonymous contributor.
# law - Sunday 14 February, 2016
There’s been a radical overhaul of father’s rights in areas of access, custody and guardianship.
# law - Tuesday 9 February, 2016
It’s one of a tough set of measures proposed by President Francois Hollande.
# law - Friday 22 January, 2016
Frances Fitzgerald said she would not be changing the law this year to open pubs on Good Friday. Dale McDermott says it’s time.
# law - Friday 8 January, 2016
“Neither runs nor constipation can justify this litigation.”
# law - Monday 28 December, 2015
During court proceedings the state failings are often highlighted, but should that be the case?
# law - Sunday 27 December, 2015
The child was taken into state care after concerns about physical abuse.
# law - Thursday 17 December, 2015
A new law will repeal the Lunacy Regulations Act, which has been on Ireland’s statute books for 144 years.
# law - Thursday 5 November, 2015
A new report says that 18 registered sex offenders are living within walking distance of schools in Cork.
# law - Tuesday 13 October, 2015
They’ve been banned in London, but what’s the law surrounding self-balancing scooters in Ireland?
# law - Wednesday 7 October, 2015
It’s important to pause and consider the manner in which Edward Snowden has influenced the direction of EU data protection law, writes Maria Helen Murphy.
# law - Thursday 24 September, 2015
The government is considering a new review of prenuptial agreements.
# law - Friday 7 August, 2015
Richard Luthmann asked the court for permission to ‘release the souls of the Plaintiffs from their corporeal bodies.’
# law - Saturday 1 August, 2015
You can also carry over the leave you’ve build up, for up to 15 months.
# law - Friday 3 July, 2015
Cycling groups have questions about the enforceability of the new charges.
# law - Sunday 21 June, 2015
The supermarket maintained the employee failed to reach the minimum productivity levels the company sets.
# law - Friday 5 June, 2015
Attempt to increase Wayne Dundon’s 6 year prison sentence for threatening to kill and intimidate witnesses has failed
Dundon was found guilty by the Special Criminal Court of threatening Alice Collins that he would kill or cause serious harm to her sons.
# law - Saturday 30 May, 2015
It is the latest case to test the boundaries of stand-your-ground self-defence laws.
# law - Friday 22 May, 2015
“Fightin’” Joe Morrissey was jailed after claims he had sex with a 17-year-old. Now they plan to get married…
# law - Wednesday 20 May, 2015
The Justice minister says the gardaí informs her of any breaches.
# law - Thursday 7 May, 2015
A US appeals court made the judgement today.
# law - Wednesday 6 May, 2015
The “old-school” gas sniffing is on the rise, says Ana Liffey director, Tony Duffin.
# law - Tuesday 5 May, 2015
McCarthy will be confined to home and have to wear a GPS monitor and surrender her passport.
# law - Wednesday 29 April, 2015
Or people called Joan? The college has posed a slightly dramatic (to say the least) question involving an anti-water charge protest on an exam.
# law - Tuesday 28 April, 2015
After running into a cyclist with his car last year, the ex-player has pleaded guilty at a Sydney court.
# law - Monday 20 April, 2015
There were numerous legal arguments that Dwyer’s legal team could argue are grounds for appeal.
# law - Thursday 26 March, 2015
Not everyone is happy about the situation.
# law - Tuesday 3 March, 2015
James Reilly oversaw a €300,000 contract involving a law firm that had represented the tobacco industry when he was Health Minister.