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On-Line Consumer Protection Strengthened

As of the 14th of this month, the Government introduced Statutory Instrument No. 484 of 2013 which provides for greater consumer protection to on-line consumers given the shift in recent years from off-line to on-line retail.

Johnstown School Race Night 2014 Sponsorship

O'Kelly Solicitors are proud to be sponsoring "the O'Kelly Solicitors Champion Hurdle" at the Johnstown Boys Race Night on Friday, the 13th June 2014 in the Graduate Pub, Killiney.

Insolvency in Ireland – still a developing situation?

Since the introduction of the new insolvency regime, there has been countless stories of he low uptake and slow start the Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) has had.

Wills in Ireland – what to consider

The Drafting and executing your Will in Ireland should be a straightforward procedure with the right advice. It does, however, require some thought prior to you meeting with a solicitor.

A new era for SME’s in Ireland – low cost Examinership

After the coming in to force of the Company Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2013 just before Christmas, Naas Circuit Court are due to hear the first low-cost Examinership.

Bankruptcy – a speedy debt collection solution?

With the recent coverage in the media regarding Ireland’s new insolvency regime and how bankruptcy can be a solution for this people seeking debt relief but who are unable to avail of the “new” debt settlement arrangements, there has been scant

Bankruptcy & Company Directors

While Bankruptcy can be a solution for people burdened with the yolk of unmanageable debt and negative equity, any person considering such an approach should make sure they get both legal advice and financial advice from their solicitor and a Persona

Our latest fixed fee solutions

In our continued drive to give excellent service at a lower price to our clients, we are now offering a number of fixed fee services, the details of which are set out here.

Changes to the Jurisdictions of the Courts

As of the 3rd of February 2014, the monetary jurisdictions of the Civil Courts in Ireland have changed to reflect a more realistic division of the value of cases brought before them.

Bankruptcy – a choice for you?

Bankruptcy in Ireland has undergone some changes in the 12 months with the coming into force of the Company Law (Miscellaneous) Provisions Act 2013 (more particularly Section 10) which is a further attempt to reduce the cost of Bankruptcy for those w