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Sexual Abuse Law

Former Dublin school rugby coach admits sexual abuse of 23 victims

Former Dublin school teacher and rugby coach John McClean (aged 75) pleaded guilty at the Circuit Criminal Court to 27 charges of indecent assault to young schoolboys between the period of September 1973 to June 1990. McClean admitted to sexually abusing 23 males from the school in the 1970s and...

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Brother accused of Sexual Abuse left in Africa

BROTHER ACCUSED OF SEXUAL ABUSE LEFT IN AFRICAfacebooklinkedininstagramIn 2012, Brother Aidan Clohessy in the St. John of Gods Order was officially withdrawn from public ministry in Mzuzu, the third largest city in Malawi after St John of God finally prompted a Gardaí investigation circling sexual...

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Content Moderators

Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

A professional service firm, Cognizant has been requested to cease moderations of objectionable content regarding social media platforms; Facebook in particular. Based on the working conditions and mental health of employees of Arizona moderation center, having undergone investigation by an...

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Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

Facebook moderation firm Cognizant quits

A professional service firm, Cognizant has been requested to cease moderations of objectionable content regarding social media platforms; Facebook in particular. Based on the working conditions and mental health of employees of Arizona moderation center, having undergone investigation by an...

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Moderators to take Facebook to court for ‘psychological trauma’

Moderators to take Facebook to court for ‘psychological trauma’

A number of former content moderators have been given the right of way by the personal injuries board to proceed with the Facebook case in the high court; 6 former moderators have claimed for personal injuries due to the content which they have been exposed to while employed by CLP in...

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Mother and Baby Homes

Mother and Baby Home Commission facing challenges

Mother and Baby Home Commission facing challenges It has been revealed through the Commission of Investigation’s Third Interim Report that while some Catholic Orders of nuns which ran or staffed mother and baby institutions provided extensive documentation, others have said that very little...

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Ombudsman’s Report Re Magdalene Laundries Restorative Justice Scheme

Ombudsman's Report Re Magdalene Laundries Restorative Justice Scheme “These women have waited long enough for justice,” The Ombudsman's Report entitled "Opportunity Lost", has now come out on the Ombudsman’s investigation into how the Department of Justice administered the Magdalene Laundries...

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Lifting the Veil of Silence over Mother and Baby Homes Ireland

Lifting the Veil of Silence over Mother and Baby Homes In light of the recent discovery of human remains on a site in Tuam, Co. Galway, a Commission has been established to further investigate the circumstances surrounding these harrowing findings. Historical Mother and Baby Homes and Institutions...

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Dolphin Trust Scandal

  • Kathleen Dineen originally petitioned the High Court to wind up the company, MUT 103 Limited, on 18 December 2020. Kathleen Dineen is an investor in Dolphin Trust via special purposes vehicle company M.U.T. 103 Limited.
  • Mr Justice O’Moore heard from both sides this afternoon, Monday 1 March 2021. Ms Dineen’s legal team were asking the Court for an order to wind up the company without further delay. Counsel for M.U.T. 103 Limited asked the Court to adjourn the petition to allow time for the Directors of M.U.T. 103 Limited to make contact with the investors to advise them of their options.

Judgment stood reserved until Wednesday, 10 March 2021 and we will update our clients again thereafter. If you have invested in Dolphin Trust and have yet to receive your promised returns, please contact our legal team for advice or read more.

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