Personal Injuries Assessment Board: Implications For The Legal Practice

 
9781904480242: Personal Injuries Assessment Board: Implications For The Legal Practice

Irish Law. The Personal Injuries Assessment Board has been strongly criticised by the legal profession and there is keen interest to know how it will operate and to understand what the implications are for the legal profession. The book consists of 7 chapters written by the diverse interested parties involved in the personal injury business such as: Dorothea Dowling, Chairperson of PIAB); Mike Kemp (Insurance Federation); Ken Murphy (Director General Law Society); Conor Maguire (Bar Council Chairman); William Binchy (renouned author on subject); Ciaran Craven, BL (on medico-legal aspects of the legislation) EURO PRICE: 65 Please note Bloomsbury Professional acquired this title from First Law in July 2010.

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William Binchy is Regius Professor of Laws at Trinity College Dublin; has written widely on the subject and is a regular commentator in the media on issues of law. Paul Quigley is currently carrying out research on comparative law aspects of the PIAB.

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