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    Companies Act 2014: 2021 Edition






    Conciliation of Construction Industry Disputes

    Conciliation of Construction Industry Disputes describes Conciliation as it has evolved and been practised in Ireland for the past 25 years and provides readers with practical guidance on this Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) method.

    Constitutional Law

    Designed primarily with the busy student in mind, the Constitutional Law Nutshell explains the key principles and concepts of constitutional law, as well as major court decisions on constitutional matters, in an easily comprehensible way that aids student learning. The Nutshell is framed with particular regard to students who seek a straightforward introduction to Constitutional Law, as well as those revising for exams. This text provides a useful springboard for the further study of cases and commentaries in this area.Key features:*An easy to understand, succinct overview of the key principles and cases arising from Irish Constitutional Law*Highlights the key cases and constitutional principles in an accessible and succinct manner*Traces recent developments and trends in Irish Constitutional Law*Include up to date discussion of the latest cases and recent changes to the ConstitutionNew to this edition:*All chapters have been revised and updated to include recent developments in this area of law*Addresses recent changes to the Constitution including the introduction of the new Court of Appeal, the Children s Amendment and the outcome of the Marriage referendum*Discussion of recent seminal cases such as McCrystal v Minister of Children and Youth Affairs [2012] IESC 53, Fleming v Ireland [2013] IESC 19, PP v HSE [2014] IEHC 662, Callely v Moylan, [2014] IESC 26, DPP v J.C. [2015] IESC 31, Kerins v McGuinness [2017] IEHC 34, and People (DPP) v Doyle [2017] IESC 1The authorDr Fergus Ryan LLB (Dub), PhD (Dub) is a senior lecturer in law at Maynooth University with many years experience teaching and researching law. He has previously taught at DIT and at Trinity College, Dublin. His other publications include Contract Law (Nutshell) (Thomson Reuters Round Hall 2006) and The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act 2010 (Annotated Legislation) (Thomson Reuters Round Hall 2011).


    As with its popular predecessor, Constitutional Law: Texts, Cases and Materials, Second Edition, follows the casebook method in exploring the general principles and themes of Irish constitutional law. Short excerpts from cases and academic materials are seamlessly integrated with the authors' own expert analysis.



    Consumer Genetic Technologies: Ethical and Legal Considerations

    As genetic testing becomes more commonplace, affordable, and comprehensive, the legal and ethical issues surrounding these technologies loom ever larger. Assembling experts from diverse fields, this volume considers key questions around protecting consumer safety and privacy throughout the many different models used to deliver consumer genetics.