A Callover of the Limerick High Court Personal and Fatal Injury list for the Michaelmas Term will take place on Tuesday the 2nd October 2018 at 10 o’clock. Cases are assumed to be going on unless there is an application made to have the case adjourned or taken out of the list. Keep reading →
A Callover of the Galway High Court Personal and Fatal Injuries list for the Michaelmas Term will take place on Wednesday the 3rd October 2018 at 9.45am. Cases are assumed to be going on unless there is an application made to have the case adjourned or taken out of the list. Keep reading →
A Callover of the Sligo High Court Personal and Fatal Injuries list for the Michaelmas Term will take place on Thursday the 4th October 2018 at 9.30am. Cases are assumed to be going on unless there is an application made to have the case adjourned or taken out of the list. Keep reading →
CALLOVER OF APPEALS LISTED FOR HEARING
With effect from Michaelmas term 2018, the Court of Appeal will have a weekly Callover of appeals listed for hearing. It is imperative that the parties are represented at the Callover as failure to appear may have costs implications and/or result in the vacating of the hearing date. Keep reading →
As a result of a shortage of judges in the High Court, the President of the High Court has announced that it is necessary to redeploy judges from their designated duties so as to ensure that trials in the Central Criminal Court, Family Law, Wards of Court and Commercial List cases do not have to be postponed. As a result, it is regretted that all cases in every other High Court list are at risk of having to be adjourned at short notice. Keep reading →
The notice below was published on the Courts website today, Monday the 9th July 2018. Only cases where the written submissions of the appellant have been lodged in accordance with the directions given at the Callover lists last term will be included in the Callover on the 24th July 2018.
A more detailed Notice will appear on the Courts website in the next few days.
In other preparation to comply with this new regulation, Pearts staff received their training in GDPR this week and are now fully aware that it does not stand for Go Down to the Post Room or General Daily Productivity Rate but does, in fact, mean General Data Protection Regulation.
All staff will be working extremely hard to make sure they adhere to our new policies which we have implemented to keep us fully compliant.
For more information on this new EU regulation, visit www.gdprandyou.ie
For cases requiring a date to be fixed for the Galway High Court P.I sittings, commencing on Monday 18th June to Friday 29th June, the Galway Personal Injuries Callover will take place on the 31st May at 10.30am before Ms.Justice O’Regan in the Four Courts Dublin. Keep reading →