Civil Litigation – Course 1 & Course 2

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Civil Litigation – (Course 1)

15th September 2023 Zoom 2pm – 4pm

This seminar aims to provide an overview and understanding of the practice and procedure in the mostly commonly undertaken types of civil litigation. First looking at the elements required to bring a cause of action and how liability arises, it will then turn to limitation periods and set out crucial time limits and how different types of claims become statute barred.

The seminar will trace the progress of a case through the court, beginning with initiating documents, service of those documents and applications for substituted service. Next, it will look at the steps before trial including default applications, where a party fails to take an action required by the rules of court. It will provide an understanding of the various pre-trial applications such as discovery as well as what occurs at the trial itself. Participants will gain an understanding of process of civil litigation in Ireland.

Civil litigation – Personal Injuries Litigation – (Course 2)

19th October 2023 Zoom 2pm – 4pm

This seminar aims to provide an overview and understanding of the practice and procedure of personal injuries litigation. The seminar will focus on each of the stages of the process beginning with the letter of claim and the Personal Injuries Assessment Board procedure, thereafter, looking at the procedure when a claim must be brought before a court.

The seminar will look at important issues that commonly arise including establishing parties to an action, the different procedures where a minor has been injured, and claims that may be taken against the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland.

The area of law has been subjected to significant overhaul of the last few years. The seminar will look at those important changes including how claims are assessed using the Personal Injuries Guidelines. Participants will gain an understanding of process of personal injuries litigation in Ireland.

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