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By Clare Daly
The Data Protection Bill is in the process of being debated and finalised.
By Jennifer Cashman
It is expected that draft legislation aimed at reducing the gender pay gap ("GPG") will be initiated by the Government before the summer recess and will be far stronger than that recently enacted in the UK.
By Lisa Mansfield
As Mr Justice Keane recently stated in the High Court case of Brian Maxwell v Irish Life Assurance and others, there is no strict chronological or arithmetical answer to the question ....
By Uilliam Ó Lorcáin, John C. Jermyn
The Irish Supreme Court has greatly reduced a High Court order against law firm, LK Shields, to pay their former client, Rosbeg Partners,
By Caoimhe Heery
How should you, as an employer, deal with a complaint of bullying? In the decision of Catherine Hurley v An Post [2017] IEHC 568 ...
By Paula Collins
Part 15 of the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015 ("the 2015 Act") was signed into law on 30 December 2015 and has paved the way for the introduction of a new Pre-Action Protocol ("the Protocol").
By Diarmaid Gavin
Ever since news broke in the early hours of Friday 23 June 2016 of the result in the UK referendum on leaving the EU, Brexit has maintained a constant presence in the news cycle to varying degrees of prominence.
By Clare Daly
The High Court has held that a Landlord who made a child protection referral to Tusla and the HSE arising from child protection concerns she had about her tenants could successfully rely on the defence of qualified privilege...
By Michelle Ryan
The GDPR which will have direct effect in Ireland from 25th May 2018 is one of the most significant developments in data protection law in decades.
By Richard O'Brien
In this article, I will deal with the one main provisions of the Act, open disclosure.
By Donal Twomey
The question of when damage was capable of being discovered will now become the new battleground in property damage claims where there is a possible Statute of Limitations defence.
By John Cuddigan
Tax partner John Cuddigan authored this article that discusses certain changes in Section 30 of the Finance Act 2017.
By Colm Manning, Emma Murphy
"Crowdfunding: obtaining small amounts of individual funding from a large number of different sources through online platforms that match lenders and investors with businesses or individuals seeking finance".
By Darryl Broderick, Ciara Ní Longaigh
In light of the fast approaching referendum on the 8th Amendment to the Irish Constitution, it is important to note Irish reporting restrictions on media coverage of referenda.
By Bryan McCarthy, Sarah Slevin
It may be the last such report produced before the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner ("ODPC") evolves into the Data Protection Commission, but Helen Dixon's fourth Annual Report...
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