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By Colin Kavanagh, Joanelle O’Cleirigh, Bridget McGrath
Medical cannabis is a rapidly developing area in the life sciences and healthcare sector in Ireland. In June 2019, regulations were introduced ...
By Deborah Spence, Danielle Conaghan
The General Scheme of the Housing and Planning and Development Bill 2019 (the "Bill") was released for public consultation on 9 December 2019.
By Pearse Ryan, Robert Clark, Colin Grant
1.In May 2019, the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce ("UKJT"), a subsidiary of the UK's LawTech Delivery Panel, issued a consultation paper on the status of cryptoassets and smart contracts in English ...
By Jillian Conefrey
Anti-Corruption & Bribery Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Ireland, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Louise O'Byrne, John Casey, Niamh Fennelly, Hannah O’Farrell
A number of recent cases in Ireland and the UK provide further guidance to employers on how to deal with protected disclosures made by employees and the extent of the protections
By Kevin Langford, John Casey, Niamh Fennelly
In last week's client briefing (available here), we considered the exceptional nature of the right to legal representation in disciplinary proceedings as set down by the Supreme Court in McKelvey
By Rob Corbet, Eoghan Clogher
Under the new Data Protection Act 2018 (section 60(6)) (Central Bank of Ireland) Regulations 2019, a data subject's rights may be restricted to the extent necessary to allow the Central Bank of ...
By Arthur Cox's Belfast Employment & Pensions Group
This is the November edition of the Arthur Cox Insurance Regulatory Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Insurance Group, focusing on recent developments in insurance regulation
By Richard Ryan, Patrick Horan, Emma Wallace
The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) has published its Annual Report for 2018, its fourth such report since it was established in October 2014.
By Cian Beecher, John Casey, Niamh Fennelly
When will a disciplinary process be unfair unless an employee is allowed legal representation? This was the single question of general importance which the Supreme Court was charged with ...
By Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Declan McBride, Jennifer McCarthy, Andrew Lenny, Richard Willis, Deirdre O'Mahony
Fines of almost €100 million, as well as a range of other sanctions, have been imposed by the Central Bank of Ireland under the Administrative Sanctions Procedure (ASP) since 2006.
By Kevin Murphy, Tara O'Reilly, Sarah Cunniff, Dara Harrington, Cormac Commins, Ian Dillon, Siobhan McBean
Following publication by ESMA of its final guidelines on liquidity stress testing in UCITS and AIFs (the "ESMA Liquidity Guidelines") on 2 September 2019 and recent industry communications issued by the Central Bank.
By Gregory Glynn, Deirdre O'Mahony, Tara Roche
The emergence of both Ireland and the United Kingdom as the legal systems of choice for the resolution of complex cross-border commercial disputes...
By Pearse Ryan, Declan McBride
With the coming into force of a comprehensive new package of cyber security legislation over the course of 2018, certain businesses in the financial services industry
By Kevin Langford, John Casey, Niamh Fennelly
In Tillman v Egon Zehnder Ltd, the UK Supreme Court found that, although a post-termination restriction ("PTR") in a senior employee's ...
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