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By Lisa Joyce
As detailed in a recent update, the Irish Data Protection Bill 2018 was published on 1 February 2018. The Bill implements those instances where Member States ...
By Tom Davy, Vanessa Byrne, Michael Doran
A lease will generally place a positive obligation on a tenant to hand back or ‘yield up' vacant possession at the expiration of the term, having restored the property ...
By Deirdre Nagle
The Supreme Court recently handed down a judgment on the legality of wayleave notices issued by ESB for entry onto private lands in order to perform upgrading works to an existing electricity line.
By Wendy Hederman
The EU Commission has cleared the way for Ireland to introduce a tax on sugar sweetened drinks. In October 2017 the government announced a proposal for a Sugar-Sweetened Drinks Tax ...
By Stephen Gillick
In a Defined Benefit, or DB, scheme, the employer bears the financial risk of the plan. If the amount contributed to the scheme is insufficient to discharge the liability, the employer must pay the balance.
By Mark Adair
Personal data and data protection may not spring to mind when you think about your local grocery store, butcher, off-licence, or restaurant.
By Catherine Allen
The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May 2018, marks a significant change in the EU data protection regime ...
By Lisa Joyce, Niall Michel, Catherine Allen, Sarah Kelly
Recent media reports have alleged that records of official meetings held at Northern Ireland Parliament Buildings, Stormont, were not kept in order to avoid the records falling subject to an FOI request.
By Ger Connolly
An employer that provides a reference for a former employee can be sued for negligent misstatement if the reference is found to be inaccurate.
By William Carmody
The Markets in Financial Instruments Bill 2018 has recently been proposed which will require providers of hire purchase credit and other similar loans for the purchase of goods or services...
By Rachel Carney, Emer O’Callaghan
It has been six years since the Mortgage to Rent Scheme was introduced by the Irish Government. We review its progress so far and how recently implemented Government actions ...
By Stephen Gillick
A statistic that receives far less attention is the gender pension gap which is 39%.
By Tom Davy, Denise Wall
When it comes to rent reviews, there are a number of options which could give tenants greater certainty regarding the rent payable over the term of the lease.
By Catherine Allen, Paul Fitzpatrick
In Teaching Council of Ireland v MP[1], following the dismissal of a teacher for gross misconduct, the school made a complaint to the Teaching Council.
By Stephen Gillick
The field of pensions has a number of general issues such as overall coverage and adequacy that are not gender specific but statistics show that women tend to be in a far poorer position ...
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