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Kennedys’ healthcare partner Joanne O’Sullivan explores the significance of the Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba case in the UK and examines its relevance for Ireland.
We are pleased to announce that we have increased our presence in the EMEA region through an association with Israeli firm Zelichov, Ben-Dan & Co, with whom we have been working for over ten years.
In the first of a two part article, Grace Keegan, Senior Associate with Kennedys, provides a practical insight as to what to expect from each stage in the process.
A more diverse workforce brings with it better perspectives and ideas, which is crucial as we create new products and look to transform legal services for our clients.
We are pleased to announce that we have strengthened our innovation capabilities with the opening of a new business, Kennedys Kognitive Computing, and the appointment of a nine-strong development team in India.
Case review 15/08/2018
Litigation funding: Irish Supreme Court holds a non-party liable for legal costs in a landmark judgment
On 27 July 2018, the Supreme Court upheld a 2011 High Court decision that a non-party to proceedings, who was a director and shareholder of the insolvent plaintiff companies, was personally liable for the costs awarded against those companies.
Giving insurance a voice: Brexit ‘nightmare’ for industry unless government breaks political deadlock
We are delighted to introduce this report as part of Kennedys’ ongoing commitment to providing key business insights on Brexit and how it is likely to impact on the UK’s insurance sector.
We have strengthened our commercial lines insurance capabilities with the appointment of a team to our Manchester office led by Nick Bond, who joins as Partner, and Robert Steele as Consultant.
Our global expansion has been supported by a 20% increase in headcount worldwide to over 1900 personnel, with lateral partner hires and mergers across our offices boosting the partnership to 277 – representing a rise of 37%.
Our personnel could become CEOs of their own legal start-ups after we shortlisted six of the 100+ proposals generated through our Ideas Lab, which will now be turned into prototypes.