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What Impact Will Brexit Have On Arbitration?
Arbitration, and particularly commercial arbitration, is unlikely to be affected by Brexit. That is so regardless of whether there is a negotiated exit or a no deal scenario.
European Union
15 Mar 2019
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International Arbitrations 2018
The Arbitration Act 2010, which applies to arbitrations commenced in Ireland from 8 June 2010, applies Option 1 of Article 7 of the UNCITRAL Model Law ...
Ireland
21 Aug 2018
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Personal Liability For Corporate Crimes – Can Directors And Managers Be Prosecuted?
When regulators start corporate investigations, we are often asked whether directors, managers and other company officers can be prosecuted. The answer can be "yes".
Ireland
14 Jun 2018
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Irish Court Rules In Favour Of Apple Data Centre For Galway
Ireland's leadership in data centre projects received a significant boost this morning with the news that the Irish Commercial Court ruled in favour of Apple's data centre in Galway.
Ireland
19 Oct 2017
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Third Party Funding A Matter For Legislature - Supreme Court Confirms Old Parameters Still Apply
In a recent Supreme Court decision, which considered whether third party litigation funding is permissible in Ireland...
Ireland
1 Jun 2017
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New Court Rules - Delay In Implementation Of SI 255
On 1 October 2016, two new Statutory Instruments (SI 254/2016 and SI 255/2016) which made wide-ranging reforms to the procedural rules applicable to civil litigation in Ireland came into force.
Ireland
17 Jan 2017
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Leapfrog Appeals And Third Party Funding: Persona And Sigma v Ireland & Ors
The introduction of the Court of Appeal in 2015 removed the former entitlement of most litigants to bring a direct appeal to the Supreme Court from the High Court.
Ireland
13 Jan 2017
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Mediation Not Always The Answer: Atlantic Shellfish Ltd v County Council Of The County Of Cork
Atlantic Shellfish operated an oyster fishery in Cork Harbour until 2002 when the fishery closed due to sewage contamination.
Ireland
18 Aug 2016
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The International Comparative Legal Guide To International Arbitration 2016
Nicola Dunleavy and Gearóid Carey co-author the Irish chapter in this multi-jurisdictional guide to International Arbitration.
Ireland
11 Aug 2016
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The International Investigations Review 2015
Matheson partners Brid Munnelly, Nicola Dunleavy, Carina Lawlor and Michael Byrne authored the Ireland chapter for The International Investigations Review 2015.
Ireland
27 Sep 2015
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International Arbitration 2015
Nicola Dunleavy and Gearóid Carey examine arbitration as a method of alternative dispute resolution in Ireland.
Ireland
3 Aug 2015
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Striking Out Third Party Claims
Cregan J. found that the Central Bank has extensive powers over all building societies, supervising them from "the cradle to the grave".
Ireland
9 Jun 2015
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"Francovich" Damages Awarded Against Ireland For Breach Of European Law
In December 2014, the Irish High Court awarded damages of over €100,000 against Ireland and the Attorney General to an individual due to Ireland's breach of European Law.
European Union
9 Jun 2015
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Commercial Litigation And Dispute Resolution Winter Newsletter
This issue of Matheson’s Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution Winter Newsletter looks at the creation of Ireland’s new Court of Appeal and the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry.
Ireland
23 Dec 2014
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Enforcement Of Foreign Arbitral Awards And The Threshold Issue Of Jurisdiction
Ireland is a signatory to the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards.
Ireland
27 Aug 2014
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International Arbitration 2014: The Irish Perspective
Nicola Dunleavy and Gearóid Carey author the Irish chapter of the 2014 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: International Arbitration.
Ireland
4 Aug 2014
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Supreme Court Clarifies "Upwards Only" Rent Review Provisions For Bewley’s
The judgment provides welcome clarity on the effect of rent review provisions that were once the market standard and which still apply to many premises.
Ireland
11 Jul 2014
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Negligent Land Valuations: The Dangers Of Buying Before You Sell
The September 2013 High Court judgment in Brownrigg v Leacy & Anor held two auctioneers to have acted negligently in the provision of land valuations.
Ireland
16 Jan 2014
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Want To Arbitrate? Be Proactive
Perhaps the most attractive feature of arbitration is its flexibility
Ireland
16 Jan 2014
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Guide To International Arbitration 2013 - 10th Edition
The Arbitration Act 2010, which applies to arbitrations commenced in Ireland from 8 June 2010, applies Option 1 of Article 7 of the UNCITRAL Model Law to the requirements of an arbitration agreement. It therefore provides that the arbitration agreement shall be in writing, whether in the form of an arbitration clause in a contract or in the form of a separate agreement
Ireland
22 Aug 2013
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