Firm sues Trinity over contract for managing visitors to college and Book of Kells

Posted in Governance and administration, Legal issues on January 27th, 2020 by steve

Ireland“A dispute over a contract for management of visitors to Dublin’s Trinity College, including to the Book of Kells, has come before the Commercial Court. Future Ticketing Ltd (FTL), with offices at Axis Business Park, Tullamore, Co Offaly, disputes how a €620,000 contract for supply of a Visitor Attracting Management System (VAMS) was awarded, following a public procurement process, to Ticketsolve Ltd, with offices at the Digital Hub, Dublin …” (more)

[Mary Carolan, Irish Examiner, 27 January]

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UCC and ESB to review judgment

Posted in Legal issues on October 6th, 2015 by steve

Ireland“University College Cork and the ESB yesterday said they will take time to review a lengthy Commercial Court judgment arising from the 2009 floods which caused tens of millions of euro in damage in Cork City. In a 550-page ruling, Mr Justice Barrett ruled in favour of UCC …” (more)

[Joe Leogue, Irish Examiner, 6 October]

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ESB 60% liable for UCC flood damage

Posted in Life on October 5th, 2015 by steve

Ireland“The Commercial Court has ruled that the Electricity Supply Board was 60% liable for damage caused to University College Cork’s campus from flooding in November 2009. The court ruled that UCC was 40% liable due to contributory negligence …” (more)

[RTÉ News, 5 October]

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Court to decide on liability for Cork flood damage

Posted in Legal issues on June 19th, 2014 by steve

“A legal action to decide if the Electricity Supply Board must bear any liability for damage inflicted by floods that affected large parts of Cork city in November 2009 has opened at the Commercial Court. University College Cork, in a subrogated claim on behalf of its insurer Aviva, claims actions and inactions by the ESB concerning management of water releases …” (more)

[Mary Carolan, Irish Times, 18 June]

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UCC sues ESB over flooding in Cork

Posted in Legal issues on June 18th, 2014 by steve

“The Commercial Court is being asked to decide whether the Electricity Supply Board (ESB) must bear any liability for damage from flooding in Cork city in November 2009 …” (more)

[Tim Healy, Independent, 18 June]

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