Republic of Ireland: Fast-tracking litigation
Since its introduction last year, the Commercial Court has transformed the litigation landscape with its fast, no-nonsense and highly popular approach. Rosaleen Byrne reports on a quiet revolution
Ireland’s Commercial Court has been something of a hit since it was established last year. Since opening its doors for business in January 2004, there has been a steady flow of high profile commercial cases. Efficient and proactive management of cases by the Court’s judges has made the forum popular with resultsfocused litigants and their advisers.
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