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By Tara Doyle, Shay Lydon, Oisin McClenaghan, Donal O’Byrne, Michael Jackson, Liam Collins, Michelle Ridge, Dualta Counihan, Philip Lovegrove, Barry O'Connor, Anne-Marie Bohan, Elizabeth Grace
The Central Bank of Ireland ("Central Bank") has introduced a new self-certification regime for UCITS using financial indices and will generally no longer require the prior review and approval of such financial indices.
By Joe Duffy, Tomás Bailey
Tax partner, Joe Duffy and Tax associate Tomás Bailey co-author this country specific Q&A which provides an overview to tax laws and regulations that may occur in Ireland.
By Helen Kelly, Simon Shinkwin
On 2 October 2018, the European Parliament overwhelmingly voted to update the rules on audiovisual media services
By Garret Farrelly
Chambers Global Practice Guide to Alternative Energy and Power 2019.
By Fergus Bolster, Emma Doherty
Corporate M&A partner Fergus Bolster and International Business partner Emma Doherty launch the series with two Guidance Statements covering the Principal Duties of Directors under Irish Law and ...
By Fergus Bolster, Mark O'Sullivan
Corporate M&A partner Fergus Bolster together with Tax partner Mark O'Sullivan and Financial Institutions senior associate Lorna Daly look at the regulation of ICOs in Ireland.
By Helen Kelly, Kate McKenna
The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphries, has laid the Competition Act 2002 (Section 27) Order 2018 (the "Order") before the Houses of the Oireachtais on 3 October 2018
By Deirdre Cummins, Jane McKeever
In this recent case, a majority of the English Court of Appeal held that an amendment made by the trustee of the Airways Pension Scheme (the "Scheme"), which introduced a trustee power to award discretionary...
By Rory McPhillips, Stuart Kennedy, Stephen Gardiner
The Cape Town Convention Alternative A insolvency remedy came into force in Ireland on 10 May 2017. Alternative A is set out in Article XI of the Protocol to the Cape Town Convention ...
By Helen Kelly, Kate McKenna
Many Irish and EU regulators can search or Dawn Raid premises to investigate a suspected White Collar Crime.
By Joe Duffy, John Ryan, Kathryn Stapleton
Ireland introduced formal transfer pricing legislation for the first time in 2010. The Finance Act 2010 introduced a new transfer pricing regime ...
By Julie Murphy-O'Connor, Brendan Colgan, Tony O'Grady
Insolvency and restructuring proceedings in Ireland are primarily governed ...
By Bryan Dunne
The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill has been placed on the priority list in the Government's autumn legislative programme, which was published last week.
By Julie Murphy-O'Connor, Gearóid Carey
For judgments and proceedings commenced before January 10 2015, the Brussels I Regulation (44/2001) applies.
By Fergus Bolster, Cáit Murphy
We recently came across a situation which highlighted the importance of including a no-agency boilerplate provision ...
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