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Update on Commercial Litigation - 21st of March 2019

(27 Feb 2019)

THE DUBLIN SOLICITORS BAR ASSOCIATION

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR

 

LITIGATION COMMITTEE

 

UPDATE ON COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

 

21 March 2019

The Radisson Hotel

Golden Lane

Dublin 8

2.00pm – 5.00pm

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William Abrahamson BL will explore the more restrictive approach to discovery outlined in the case of Tobin v Min for Defence, and will consider the use of Interrogatories.

 

Nathan Reilly BL will consider the question of when time starts to run in property damage claims and whether the Supreme Court decision in Brandley .v. Deane might have any broader application beyond claims involving damage to property.

 

Anthony Thuillier BL will speak about causation and the measure of damages following the decision in Rosberg as well as developments in litigation funding.

 

 

William Abrahamson BL was called to the Bar in 2001 and has a broad commercial litigation and advisory practice. His current case-load includes banking and receivership litigation, insolvency matters, construction litigation, and defamation, and incorporates a number of multi-party commercial claims with an international dimension. William is a co-author of Discovery & Disclosure (the third edition of which is due for publication shortly) and was a contributor to the second edition of Practice & Procedure in the Superior Courts.  William currently sits as a member of the Education Committee of the King’s Inns and the Library Committee of the Bar Council.

 

Nathan Reilly LLB (Dub.) LLM (Cantab.), PhD (Dub) BL is a barrister practicing at the Irish Bar. Nathan practices in the area of commercial litigation, professional negligence, and professional disciplinary law.

 

 

Anthony Thuillier BL was called to the Bar in 2010.  He has a general civil practice and specialises in commercial litigation. Last year he represented Michael O'Toole at the Disclosures Tribunal and was invited by the Supreme Court to represent an impecunious company in its appeal against the rule in Battle v Irish Art Promotion. Anthony lectured in company law from 2012 to 2017 and wrote Company Law in Ireland (2015).

 

Conference Information

Date:                21 March 2019

Time:                2.00 – 5.00pm

Location:          The Radisson Hotel

                                Golden Lane

                                Dublin 8

Fees:                € 150.00 Member

€ 245.00.00 Non Member

Registration:    1.30pm

                        2.00pm Presentations followed by questions and answers

                        5.00pm Conclusion

 

CPD:                3 Hours Group Study

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