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20 Minutes with Caoimhe Haughey, the Parchment Magazine, Spring Issue

By admin_haughey | May 3, 2017 | Comments Off on 20 Minutes with Caoimhe Haughey, the Parchment Magazine, Spring Issue

Caoimhe Haughey is the principal of C. M. Haughey Solicitors and niece of former Taoiseach, Charles Haughey.  Caoimhe’s practice concentrates on personal injury litigation with a focus on medical negligence.  She has been in the headlines recently due to her involvement as a solicitor for the Plaintiff in the Ms. Y case. When did you…

Boylan and Mahony in new clash over warning on nuns’ influence, Independent.ie 30th April 2017

By admin_haughey | May 2, 2017 | Comments Off on Boylan and Mahony in new clash over warning on nuns’ influence, Independent.ie 30th April 2017

According to a story told by Dr Peter Boylan, he and Dr Rhona Mahony were not always so divided on the future of the National Maternity Hospital. Dr Boylan, a former master of the hospital, and Dr Mahony, the current Master who also happens to be his sister-in-law, had offices beside each other in the crumbling Holles Street building.

Caoimhe Haughey Solicitor claims religious influence in Ms Y baby case

By admin_haughey | May 2, 2017 | Comments Off on Caoimhe Haughey Solicitor claims religious influence in Ms Y baby case

Religious influence was “significantly at play” in the case of a pregnant asylum seeker who was denied an abortion in Ireland even though she was suicidal, her solicitor has claimed.

Another Successful Outcome for another happy Client

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on Another Successful Outcome for another happy Client

Another successful outcome by C. M. Haughey Solicitors for our Client Stephen who kindly allowed us to publish this photo from the day of his settlement in the High Court in Dublin. Well done Stephen!

WHY IS THE HSE SO DYSFUNCTIONAL?

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on WHY IS THE HSE SO DYSFUNCTIONAL?

To the Editor at the Irish Times Newspaper, As the legal representative of the young woman known as Ms. Y who was refused an abortion when suicidal and forced to deliver her baby by caesarean section by the HSE, I am in utter disbelief, truly disgusted and angered by what has been revealed over the…

C. M. Haughey Solicitors’ Client secures €117,000 after a medical swab was left inside her

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on C. M. Haughey Solicitors’ Client secures €117,000 after a medical swab was left inside her

A woman who sued after a swab the size of a “plum” was left inside her following the delivery of her baby at a Dublin hospital has been awarded €117,000 damages. Sarah Daly had developed a significant infection after the swab was removed, Mr. Justice Kevin Cross noted at the High Court. He said the…

TO ALL FORMER LAWLINE SOLICITORS CLIENTS

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on TO ALL FORMER LAWLINE SOLICITORS CLIENTS

TO ALL FORMER LAWLINE SOLICITORS CLIENTS Re: Caoimhe Haughey formally of Lawline Solicitors now practising under the style and title of C. M. Haughey Solicitors at Christchurch Hall, High Street, Dublin, 8 Dear Client of Lawline, I hope this letter finds you well and as a former valued client of Lawline I want to let…

Damages of €140k for woman who had vaginal swab left inside her for almost three weeks

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on Damages of €140k for woman who had vaginal swab left inside her for almost three weeks

A young woman has been awarded almost €140,000 damages for injuries and trauma resulting from a vaginal swab being left inside her and remaining undetected for almost three weeks despite two visits by her to the National Maternity Hospital. The swab was like a “mini-football”, it was claimed. Mr Justice Kevin Cross found the trauma…

€15k damages for young girl (11) ‘traumatised’ after bite from Bichon Frise dog

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on €15k damages for young girl (11) ‘traumatised’ after bite from Bichon Frise dog

An 11-year-old schoolgirl, who was left traumatised after being bitten on her right calf by a neighbour’s dog, a Bichon Frise has been awarded damages against the dog’s owners in the Circuit Civil Court. Circuit Court President Mr Justice Raymond Groarke said the dog, Misty, which had been “arrested” for several weeks by the Gardaí,…

CAOIMHE HAUGHEY PRINCIPAL SOLICITOR-PROFILE TO-DATE

By admin_haughey | March 29, 2017 | Comments Off on CAOIMHE HAUGHEY PRINCIPAL SOLICITOR-PROFILE TO-DATE

On the 26th of February 2012 Kieron Wood of the Sunday Business Post penned an article “Haughey niece in asset stripping dispute over solicitor practice at Christchurch”. The article arose out of an attempt by Mr. David Synnott former partner of the dissolved practice of Lawline Solicitors to have a Receiver appointed to wind-down the…

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