Chris Pratt and Anna Faris settle divorce, agreed joint custody of their son

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have settled their divorce and agreed to share custody of their six-year-old son. The pair married in 2009 before splitting eight years later. The details of their divorce have now been revealed. Parks And Recreation star Pratt, 39, and Scary Movie actress Faris, 41, have agreed on a “flexible timeshare” [...]

By |2018-11-09T09:00:50+00:00November 9th, 2018|celebrity, Courts, Divorce, Separation|Comments Off on Chris Pratt and Anna Faris settle divorce, agreed joint custody of their son

Unmarried mother from Antrim wins court fight over widowed parent’s allowance

An unmarried mother has won a Supreme Court battle to access widowed parent’s allowance for her bereaved children. Siobhan McLaughlin, 46, was refused the benefit after her partner John Adams died from cancer in January 2014 because the couple, who had four children and were together for 23 years, were not married or in a civil [...]

By |2018-08-31T10:00:04+01:00August 31st, 2018|Civil Partnerships, Law, Legal, News|Comments Off on Unmarried mother from Antrim wins court fight over widowed parent’s allowance

Guinness heir takes family to court over trust

One of the Guinness heirs is By Anne Sheridan taking High Court action against a host of family members to settle property interests and arrangements of a trust held by the family. Kieran Arthur Guinness, 69, who runs a stud farm in Co Westmeath, is taking eight sets of civil proceedings against more than 15 [...]

By |2018-04-30T13:23:36+01:00April 30th, 2018|Family Law, Law, Legal|Comments Off on Guinness heir takes family to court over trust

Conor McGregor to go to court to protect Notorious brand

Mc Gregor has enlisted a legal team to help him win trademark for "The Notorious" in a series of upcoming legal battles. The Dubliner trademarked his brand with the European Union Intellectual Property Office back in January. However, he is being challenged by companies in the Netherlands and the UK. Two brothers from Liverpool, owners of Notorious Clothing brand are [...]

By |2017-09-04T16:10:57+01:00September 4th, 2017|Legal, Legal Advice, News|Comments Off on Conor McGregor to go to court to protect Notorious brand

KFC Is Going to Court to Dispel Rumors of GMO Spider Chickens

KFC wants the world to know: There’s no such thing as an eight-legged, six-winged chicken. Among the urban legends that have dogged the fried-chicken chain for years, it seems a particularly stubborn one alleges that the company has created a mutant strain of arachnid chickens capable of producing a bumper crop of drumsticks and hot [...]

By |2015-06-03T09:39:28+01:00June 3rd, 2015|Legal, News|Comments Off on KFC Is Going to Court to Dispel Rumors of GMO Spider Chickens

Legal costs in Ireland are now highest in western world

The payment of massive damages to the victims of medical negligence has become a familiar story from the Four Courts in recent years. Earlier this month, for example, a disabled boy who suffered brain damage at birth was awarded €13.5 million. What attracts less attention are the legal costs attached to such claims and the [...]

By |2015-01-09T14:55:57+00:00January 9th, 2015|Legal costs, News|Comments Off on Legal costs in Ireland are now highest in western world

Austrian law student files action lawsuit against Facebook

The Daily Mail has revealed in a recent report that law student and Europe-v-Facebook. org founder Max Schrems has filed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook in Austria, alleging privacy violations by the social network. The lawsuit has been filed by Schrems, 26, with Ireland's Data Protection Commission. However, the lawsuit will be heard in Vienna's [...]

By |2014-08-05T09:03:11+01:00August 5th, 2014|Courts, International Law, Law, News|Comments Off on Austrian law student files action lawsuit against Facebook
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