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Irish Commercial Court Refuses To Suspend Patent Litigation
The Irish Commercial Court has departed from a long standing precedent and refused to suspend national patent revocation proceedings whilst parallel opposition proceedings are ongoing in the European
Ireland
20 Aug 2018
2
The Professional Negligence Law Review First Edition
Partners April McClements and Rebecca Ryan co-author the Ireland chapter for The Professional Negligence Law Review First Edition.
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
3
The International Investigations Review Eighth Edition
In late 2017, the Irish government published a suite of measures aimed at strengthening Ireland's response to corporate misconduct. During the next 12 to 18 months
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
4
Environment & Planning Group Update July 2018 - Domestic News
This case involved a wind farm, where 6 turbines were initially proposed, but subsequently was re-designed as a 4 turbine wind farm.
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
5
Environment & Planning Group Update July 2018 - European News
In a judgment issued on 25 July 2018, the CJEU followed the earlier Opinion of Advocate General Tanchev and held that although measures in a management plan would at a minimum maintain and also potentially increase...
European Union
17 Aug 2018
6
Tick-Tock: Baker J. Provides Fresh Analysis On Time Limits For Procurement Challenges
To understand this case it is necessary to set out the timelines in a bit of detail
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
7
Irish High Court Ruling In Corporate Rescue Case: Revenue Liabilities & Examinership
It has become a frequent feature for Irish companies seeking court protection through examinership to provide a written undertaking at the petition stage that it will discharge in full post-petition taxes ...
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
8
Gender Pay In Ireland – Time To Bridge The Gap?
The gender pay gap is intended to show the difference in the average pay between all men and women across a company's workforce in Ireland.
Ireland
17 Aug 2018
9
Geo-Blocking: A Step In The Right Direction
Geo-blocking is a system which restricts a user's access to the internet based on their geographical location.
Ireland
16 Aug 2018
10
Courts Alive To Disingenuous Applications To Mediate
While very supportive of genuine proposals to resolve disputes outside of the court room, the courts are alive to the possibility that some parties may seek an adjournment...
Ireland
16 Aug 2018
11
The Irish Courts: A Year In Review
In July of each year, the Courts Service of Ireland looks back at the statistics from the previous calendar year.
Ireland
16 Aug 2018
12
Compliance Update - Act Now To Ensure Compliance With The Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018
Following the signing of a commencement order on 30 July 2018, the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018 (the "Act") is now in force.
Ireland
15 Aug 2018
13
Non-Financial Reporting Requirements For Irish PLCs Listed On NYSE/NASDAQ
The purpose of this publication is to identify and summarise the NFR requirements arising under the European Union Regulations 2017 from the perspective of Irish public limited companies listed on the NYSE/NASDAQ.
Ireland
14 Aug 2018
14
Reform Of Irish Anti-Corruption Legislation
The Minister for Justice and Equality, Charlie Flanagan, announced Monday, 30 July 2018, that the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018 has come into force.
Ireland
10 Aug 2018
15
Charity Update - 31 July 2018
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland says that it is important that those operating society lotteries are aware of the law in this area.
Ireland
10 Aug 2018
16
New Court Rules Allow Greater Access For Media To Court Documents
New Court Rules relating to the High Court, Court of Appeal and Supreme Court were introduced on 1 August 2018 which allow the media access to documents on court files where access...
Ireland
9 Aug 2018
17
Wide-Reaching Implications Of The Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018 For Corporates
The single defence available to corporates for this offence is demonstrating that the company took "all reasonable steps and exercised all due diligence" to avoid the offence being committed.
Ireland
8 Aug 2018
18
Irish AML Requirements Facing A Shake-Up
Following a relatively settled period, the Irish AML/CFT regime will shortly undergo significant reform in the shape of new domestic legislation with a heavy emphasis on risk, revised industry guidance and...
Ireland
8 Aug 2018
19
Media Can Now Access Court Records
From 1 August 2018, the media will have access to documents opened in an Irish court, or taken to have been opened in an Irish court.
Ireland
8 Aug 2018
20
Personal Injury Claims – Costs Differential Orders
Prior to the increase in power to award greater damages, the lower monetary levels of the District Court and Circuit Court meant that modest personal injury claims were being taken in the High Court
Ireland
8 Aug 2018
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