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Commercial Litigation Association discussion on complex disputes
Dublin's Four Courts from O'Donovan Rossa Bridge Pic: Chris Hill Photographic for Ireland's Content Pool

07 Jun 2022 / courts Print

CLAI to discuss complex cross-border disputes

The Commercial Litigation Association of Ireland will host a discussion on Ireland’s Commercial Court and complex, international, and intellectual-property disputes next week.

The hour-long, in-person event will take place at 3pm on Monday 13 June, as part of Dublin International Disputes Week.

The venue is the Atrium in the Distillery Building at Church Street in Dublin 7.


The speakers will include:

  • Mr Justice Brian O’Moore (Judge of the Commercial Court),
  • Jonathan Newman SC, and
  • Bairbre O’Neill BL.

Registration is open now.

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