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Hot on the heals of the Mediation Act 2017 and the Government's commitment to mediation in its recent circular. Come along to hear senior partner John Doyle as he speaks to Dublin Chamber members on the 22nd of November at 8.00am to discuss "Mediation as an alternative to litigation" register here to attend

Dillon Eustace is delighted to sponsor The Insurance Institute charities lunch in the Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, on the 6th of October 2017, with the guest speaker being Colm O'Regan.

To book your place follow this link.

 

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05 February 2011

ABA International Spring Meeting April 5th - 9th 2011 at the Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill - DC

Dillon Eustace are a Sponsor of the ABA International Spring Meeting on April 5th-9th at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.

If you would like to know more on this please email edward.simpson@dilloneustace.ie

John Doyle will be speaking on Wednesday 6th April 2.30pm on:

Pressing Matters: A Comparative Review of Defamation in the Borderless World

Issues of free speech and defamation are not just the worry of the news media. All commercial lawyers need to understand these issues. Social Media, electronic versions of newspapers and magazines, "gripe" websites, blogs, and a host of other digital formats as well as traditional "paper" media, have raised the stakes, for misstep in their communications. A panel representing a cross section of common law countries - Canada, England, Ireland and United States - will engage in a comparative review of libel and defamation issues in the borderless world, addressing such questions as personal jurisdiction, defenses and the parameters of "free speech" and its limitations.