Discovering the difference
Liam Kennedy and Louise Cox examine the procedural changes made in commercial litigation in Ireland compared with England
Until recently the rules for conducting commercial litigation in Ireland were deceptively similar to those in England and Wales. Recent changes in each jurisdiction have been driven by identical concerns (making litigation faster, cheaper and more responsive to the needs of the parties), but these challenges have been addressed in different ways, accentuating the differences between the neighbouring systems.
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