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By Seán O'Reilly
Geo-blocking is a system which restricts a user's access to the internet based on their geographical location.
By Darryl Broderick
New Court Rules relating to the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court were introduced on 1 August 2018 which allow the media access to documents on court files where access...
By Mary Purtill, Aisling Breen
Prior to the increase in power to award greater damages, the lower monetary levels of the District Court and Circuit Court meant that modest personal injury claims were being taken in the High Court
By Darryl Broderick, Niamh Meagher
The Courts Service Annual Report 2017 was published by the Courts Service on 17 July 2018 and shows a significant increase in the number of defamation claims in the Courts.
By Elena Vassileva
In July 2016 the European Commission adopted Implementing Decision 2016/1250
By Bryan McCarthy, Sarah Slevin
It is seldom that a piece of new law brings a level of anticipation, consternation, broad interest and public ire, but the GDPR is no ordinary new law.
By Ronan Geary
The Court of Appeal per Hogan J. has issued a judgement in Tobin v The Minister for Defence & Ors1 which suggests a more restrictive approach to discovery.
By Jennifer Cashman
In our Insight in May, "Get Ready for Gender Pay Gap Reporting", we outlined that it was likely that draft legislation, aimed at reducing the gender pay gap ("GPG"), would be initiated by the Government...
By Seán O'Reilly
The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) has upheld a complaint regarding an advertising collaboration between Rimmel Ireland and social media influencer Rosie Connolly.
By Darryl Broderick, Niamh Meagher
Online media platforms such as Facebook and Google strongly deny that they are publishers of online material, most likely to avoid assuming liability for online defamation by users of their services.
By Elena Vassileva
The General Data Protection Regulation (the ‘GDPR') came into force on 25 May 2018 and is directly effective in each Member State of the European Union
By Mark Ludlow
An Enduring Power of Attorney ("EPA") is a legal document. It allows you to choose who will make certain decisions for you in the event that you become unable to make decisions ...
By Eoin Tobin
Partnership is basically a way of working together.
By Seán O'Reilly
This was the first imposition of a sanction by the Central Bank where there has been a loss of client funds from cyber-fraud as a direct result of the firm's regulatory breaches.
By Ronan Daly Jermyn
With the introduction of the GDPR only days away, the Oireachtas has passed the Data Protection Bill which will now go to the President for consideration and to be signed into law.
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