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  • Update: Action Deaf Youth
    24 January 2017

    Following on from our Coffee and Bites fundraiser in aid of Action Deaf Youth held on 12th December 2016, it was our huge privilege today to present Michael Johnston, General Manager of Action Deaf Youth with a cheque for £1,401.
  • Murphy O’Rawe team up with Action Deaf Youth
    18 November 2016

    Murphy O’Rawe is delighted to announce its partnership with Action Deaf Youth as its chosen Charity for the upcoming two years.
  • TEST
    1 September 2016

    TEST
  • Hockey: Reward and Risk
    14 June 2016

    As proud corporate sponsors of Ulster Elks Ladies Hockey Club Murphy O’Rawe were delighted to hear of their recent success when they won gold at the European Champions Challenge in Prague this year.
  • Access to Justice Review Part 2
    23 November 2015

    The Department of Justice in Northern Ireland has now received the second and final report focused on a strategy of Access to Justice with 270 pages containing 150 wide ranging recommendations which they author believes will reduce costs and improve the experience of those who come into contact with the Justice System.
  • Ulster Elks Hockey Club Visit Murphy O'Rawe Solicitors
    29 October 2015

    As Ulster Elks Hockey Club corporate sponsors we were delighted to have been presented with a framed club shirt by Club Captain Gemma Frazer (left) and fellow players during a visit to our office.
  • Disability Discrimination now Includes Family Members
    24 September 2015

    In the case of Truman v Bibby Distribution Ltd ET/2404176/2014 Mr Truman was suddenly dismissed from his job on the first anniversary of employment after advising his employer he was required to increase his caring responsibilities for his daughter who suffers from cystic fibrosis.
  • When is a trivial hearing loss so minimal that it becomes inactionable?
    24 September 2015

    How Trivial? When is a trivial hearing loss so minimal that it becomes inactionable?  Defendants seldom have defences to avail of in defending NIHL cases  particularly when dealing with historical cases where the alleged breach of duty happened 30/40 years beforehand and records have been destroyed, employees have retired or companies have dissolved.
  • Gifting the Family Home.
    9 September 2015

    Part One - Why do it and Part Two - What can go wrong? It is suggested that there are often two main motives for parents looking to transfer ownership of their home to their children.
  • Be Aware of the Dangers of Agricultural Vehicles Using Country Roads
    9 September 2015

    At this time of year, motorists should be aware of the dangers of agricultural vehicles using country roads.
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