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By Philip Nolan, Áine Quirke
The eagerly awaited Data Protection Bill 2018 (Bill) was published on 1 February 2018. The Bill implements those instances where Member States ...
By Conor Durkin, Rowena Fitzgerald
On 7 February 2018, the Central Bank of Ireland announced that it intends to amend the rules governing Loan-Originating Qualifying Investor AIFs, or L-QIAIFs, by broadening the range of activities permitted.
By Deirdre Nagle
By aligning the Irish State's much-needed infrastructure investment with a plan which guides public and private investment, Project Ireland 2040 aims to accomplish ten strategic outcomes.
By Claire Lord, Grainne Garvao, Niamh Cassidy
It is essential for directors to understand what is required of them. These tips will assist directors and make it easier for them to comply with obligations.
By William Carmody, Rowena Fitzgerald, Máire Reidy
PSD2 was transposed into Irish law by the European Union (Payment Services) Regulations 2018 (the 2018 Regulations).
By Rory Kirrane
The consequences of contractor insolvency can have far-reaching implications beyond the parties to a construction contract.
By Lisa Joyce
The number of applications to the Information Commissioner for review continues to rise also.
By Melanie Crowley, Sarah Browne
A changing age demographic, economic necessity, the pension pay gap and changes to the State Pension age have meant that many people will want to continue working past the traditional retirement age ...
By Christine O'Donovan
The decision permits Monarch's administrators to trade the slots, which they viewed as the most valuable asset of the company, for the benefit of its creditors.
By Deirdre Nagle
The Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended provides for a special planning application process for strategic infrastructure development (SID).
By Philip Nolan
As companies gear up to get GDPR ready, many of those doing business in the EU also face another wave of conditions around cyber security.
By Kevin Power
The Irish Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan recently announced the passage of the Civil Liability (Amendment) Act 2017.
By Niall Collins, Tara Kelly, Michael Madden, Laura Durning
On both sides of the Atlantic, significant and historic changes brought a unique set of challenges during 2017.
By Catherine Allen
We discuss some of 2017's hot topics and look ahead to likely developments during the coming year.
By Edward Gleeson, Kevin Power, Keelin Cowhey
Three important regulatory developments occurred during 2017 which may be of significant benefit to patients, families, practitioners and indemnifiers alike. We examine the scope of these developments and their likely impact on the provision of healthcare in Ireland
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