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Judge Seamus Hughes has described the Private Security Authority which regulates bouncers and security staff as being “like a private police force operating in this country”.
CFÁA will play host to the beginning of a series of celebrations to mark the 10th anniversary of the Achill Cleveland twinning, on Friday evening, August 2 at 6pm. The President of the Mayo Society of Greater Cleveland Gerry Quinn and Tom Scanlon, Partner in Collins & Scanlon law firm and a major supporter of the project are confirmed to be in attendance along with family members of the original founders Steve Molloy and Con Mangan.
The travails of Glenamaddy-native property developer Ray Grehan continue this week with the news that NAMA has moved to halt the sale of a New York apartment beside the Rockefeller Center, owned by Mr Grehan and his wife, which could fetch almost $1m if sold.
The annual BPW summer lunch which took place in the Ardilaun Hotel last Friday, and was kindly sponsored by RDJ Glynn, certainly was a unique occasion as BPW Galway celebrated 25 years since being founded in Galway by Breda Ryan and her committee, and has gone from strength to strength since then. On that morning Breda and John Ryan unveiled a plaque to commemorate the establishment of the club.
Galway solicitors Purdy FitzGerald are reporting a surge in businesses seeking to reduce their rates liability. The action is promoted by upcoming local authority budgets which may include a commercial rates hike.
Two of Kilkenny’s leading law firms, Poe Kiely Hogan and Michael Lanigan & Co have announced that they are merging into the firm of Poe Kiely Hogan Lanigan with offices at 20 - 21 Patrick Street, Kilkenny.
Who will be Galway’s 11th Young Entrepreneur of the Year? The success of the JCI Galway Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award can be seen from its 11 years in existence. The competition celebrates the entrepreneurial vision of budding young Galway entrepreneurs like past winners Mike O’Connor of Bellissimo, Liam Dilleen of EZ Living, Pearce Flannery of Pragmatica, and Declan Ganley of Rivada Communications. The diversity of business ventures has been the hallmark of the competition. It was the success of Joerg Mueller’s dream to turn herbal medicine into a profession that led him to win last year’s competition.
A native of Westport has been elected by the Law Society as its new president.
A woman who abused Gardai late at night when drunk, avoided a five month jail sentence in court this week (October 28) after she convinced the judge she was going to work for a law firm in New York.