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  1. case-law-677940
    Case Summary: Digital Rights Ireland Ltd – v – Minister for Communication & Ors [2010] IEHC 221Issued : January 2016Standing granted to an NGO that was a sincere and serious litigant, in a case that raised important constitutional matters around retention of data affecting the public and where unlikely that an individual could afford to take such a case.
    • Publication cover - Clinical-Legal-Education-Report
      Report on Clinical Legal Education in Ireland Issued : October 2015
    • Publication cover - Briefing note on Foy Case
      Briefing note on Foy CaseIssued : October 2015
    • Publication cover - FLAC News 25 (3) Jul-Sep 2015
      FLAC News 25 (3) Jul-Sep 2015Issued : October 2015Contents:
    • Publication cover - FLAC News 25 (2) Apr-Jun 2015
      FLAC News 25 (2) Apr-Jun 2015Issued : July 2015Contents:
    • case-law-677940
      Case Summary: R (on the application of Compton) –v- Wiltshire Primary Care Trust [2008] EWCA Civ 749Issued : July 2015The closure of part of a hospital was of general public importance to award a Protective Costs Order.
      • case-law-677940
        Case Summary: Village Residents Association Ltd. -v- An Bord Pleanála and McDonalds [2000] 2 IR 321Issued : July 2015The Irish High Court found that it had in principle jurisdiction to award a Protective Costs Order, however refused to do so on facts which did not characterise a "public interest law challenge".
        • case-law-677940
          Case Summary: R (on the application of CPAG) –v- Lord Chancellor’s Department [1998] EWHC Admin 151 Issued : July 2015Protective Costs Order was not granted where the merits of the case could not be assessed sufficiently to decide that it was in the public interest to make such an order.
          • case-law-677940
            Case Summary: Friends of the Curragh Environment Ltd -v- An Bord Pleanála & Ors [2006] IEHC 243 Issued : July 2015Irish High Court found that in principle it had jurisdiction to award a Protective Costs Order and endorsed the principles outlined in Cornerhouse.
            • case-law-677940
              Case Summary: R (on the application of Cornerhouse Research) –v- the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry [2005] EWCA Civ 192 Issued : July 2015The criteria for granting Protective Costs Orders were set out by the UK court of Appeal.

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