Hayes Fuels fined over forklift drivers death
Tom Anderson of O'Reilly Stewart Solicitors was involved in a high profile health and safety case which was featured in the Belfast Telegraph. One of Northern Ireland's leading fuel operators, and a risk manager were ordered to pay a total of £55,500 in fines and costs surrounding the death of...
An Overview of the Licensed Sector in 2014 by Linus Murray
2014 was yet another mixed year for the licensed sector in Northern Ireland. Whilst a number of notable hotel sales and a flourishing Belfast city centre generated much-needed positivity and good news for the industry, this was balanced by the closure of one of the region’s best known hotels, the Royal Hotel in...
BBC Northern Ireland: Emergency declared at Belfast International Airport
The BBC have reported an emergency at Belfast International Airport on Tuesday 16th December 2014.
A Flybe flight had been travelling from Glasgow to George Best Belfast City Airport but was diverted due to to a small engine fire and a number of passengers had to jump from the plane onto the runway. Click here...
Belfast Health Trust to pay landmark compensation to disabled boy
BBC Northern Ireland reported that a Health Trust is to pay a "landmark" £8m compensation settlement to a severely disabled teenager after his family sued it for medical negligence.
O’Reilly Stewart is one of the few law firms in Northern Ireland with extensive experience...