High-ranking Homeland Security official to meet Minister Bruton this week to discuss the issue, following visit by assistant US attorney general for national security
Legislation introduced by Shatter in 2013 changed the jurisdictional limits of the district and circuit courts for personal injury cases, despite widespread warnings that doing so could drive up awards and increase premiums
Under the terms of the contract, NBI will be entitled to compensation for 'encroachment' if other operators provide broadband to any of the 540,000 premises, in instances where the department determines it has 'a negative impact on NBI’s business case'
For two years, junior finance minister Michael D’Arcy has been battling to get to grips with Ireland’s spiralling insurance costs. But how much progress has he made?
Minister warns TDs of ‘catastrophe’ if bill on judicial panel to set injury award guidelines gets delayed
Junior finance minister Michael D’Arcy has said he hopes the bill will complete report stage in a single day this week and be passed into law by the time the Dáil breaks for summer on July 11
The government has insisted that the huge capital outlay required to deliver the project will be funded entirely from future revenues rather than through tax increases or abandoning other capital projects
The number of people complaining of alleged regulatory wrongdoing has risen significantly each year since introduction of new laws in 2014
Michael D’Arcy mounted a robust defence of the government’s track record on insurance reform ...
A test network built to prove the capacity of the preferred bidder to deliver the €6 billion Na...
Insurers sent 760 cases of suspected fraudulent claims to Gardaí in 2018: 18 solicitors undertake to stop using compo claim harvesting websites
The charity part-funding an accommodation unit for families of sick children at the new National ...