Posts from June 2020

Officers took action after being inundated with suspicious reports from across Europe 
Just under two years ago gardaí became inundated with requests for assistance from police forces in Europe all telling a similar story. Somebody in a European country had made a purchase online – from a luxury watch to a caravan, tractor or classic car – but they had not received the goods or vehicle they had paid for. 
Drawing of inferences from accused’s silence at stake as upcoming gangland cases loom 
It is not the case that the non-jury Special Criminal Court will cease to sit after the end of this month if certain provisions are not renewed by the Dáil and the Seanad. 
Court hearing claims and counterclaims in row between airline and online travel agency 
A dispute between Ryanair and a Romania-based online travel agency and German internet travel technology firm over the practice of “screen scraping” must proceed on the basis of the High Court first determining issues of liability, a judge has ruled. 
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