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Man Jailed for Ten and a Half Years in Ireland’s First Conviction for Coercive Control

Posted in News on 25th January 2021

A man has been jailed for ten and a half years for repeatedly assaulting and coercively controlling his former partner of 20 months over an extended period of time. This landmark decision marks the first time a jury has found anyone guilty of coercive control since the offence was...

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INIS & Covid-19

Posted in News on 21st January 2021

EU Treaty Rights and Domestic Residence Online Applications As announced on the INIS website on Friday 15th January, between Monday 18 January and Friday 30 April 2021, applicants for both EU Treaty Rights and Domestic Residence are permitted to submit their applications by email along with copies of supporting...

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General Scheme of the Criminal Justice (Exploitation of Children in the Commission of Offences)

Posted in News on 21st January 2021

A new law is being introduced to target adults who entice children into committing crimes, Minister for Justice Helen Mc Antee TD and the Minister of State for Law Reform James Browne TD have announced. This will outlaw the grooming of children into crime, which if found guilty, comes...

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Covid-19 Testing in the Workplace

Posted in News on 21st January 2021

Similar to testing being carried out in nursing homes and food production facilities, many employers are considering introducing mandatory Covid-19 test for those who are still working on site. In light of the sharp rise of cases post-Christmas, employees may need to provide a negative Covid-19 test before coming...

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The High Court: Full costs awarded to partially successful applicants in judicial review

Posted in News on 13th January 2021

A recent case has occurred where the High Court has granted an order for full costs, even though the applicants experienced some success in their proceedings for judicial review. The court based their reasoning for this on the fact that the case was of “general public importance”, which raised...

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