Thursday December 5, 2019

Judiciary urged to produce personal injury guidelines

The Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy has called on judges to use their new powers to set personal injury guidelines by the end of the year

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
14th July, 2019
Minister of State Michael D’Arcy. Picture: Fergal Phillips

The Minister of State for Finance Michael D’Arcy has called on judges to use their new powers to set personal injury guidelines by the end of the year.

It comes after the passage last week of legislation which will set up a judicial council staffed by judges to preside over standards in the courts.

One of its first duties will be to set up a seven-judge committee to produce new guidelines on personal...

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