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What Does Brexit Mean For Your IT And Commercial Contracts? - 20 October 2017
With the UK now well into the two year withdrawal period provided for in Article 50 [of the Treaty on the European Union], the time for businesses to prepare for the consequences of a UK exit...
Ireland
30 Oct 2017
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What Does Brexit Mean For Your IT And Commercial Contracts?
The UK government has announced that it intends to formally commence the process to leave the EU by the end of March 2017.
Ireland
8 Nov 2016
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E-Sign On The Dotted Line – The EU's New Rules On Electronic Identification
On 1 July 2016, a new EU Regulation establishing electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions (the "eIDAS Regulation") kicks in.
European Union
23 May 2016
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Commercial Law Update: Review 2015
There were some ground-breaking developments in the technology and commercial law spheres in 2015.
European Union
12 Feb 2016
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The ‘Internet Of Things': Legal Challenges In An Ultra-Connected World
Gartner predicts that by the end of this year over 6.4 billion web-enabled devices will be connected as part of the Internet of Things, an increase of 30% on 2015.
Ireland
25 Jan 2016
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European Commission Launches A Digital Single Market Strategy For Europe
In May, the DSM Strategy was adopted by the Commission which outlined the barriers currently faced by citizens in accessing the digital market, leading to them missing out on goods and services.
European Union
20 Jul 2015
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That's A Wrap! CJEU Rules On Use Of "Click-Wrapping" For Accepting Jurisdiction In Online B2B Contracts
The Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has recently confirmed that "click-wrapping" can be relied upon for accepting jurisdiction in an online agreement.
European Union
30 Jun 2015
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Anything-As-A-Service – What XaaS Means For Cloud Computing Contracts
More and more industries, from accountancy firms to zoological societies, are adopting cloud computing services. Every day, millions of users are accessing online cloud services such as Apple iCloud, Gmail and Dropbox across desktop and mobile devices.
Ireland
19 May 2015
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Contracting Conundrums – What Are You Endeavouring To Do?
Contractual obligations such as you "shall" or "will" do something are absolute with the result that a failure to satisfy the obligation is a breach of contract.
Ireland
22 Apr 2015
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Getting Your Digital House In Order: A Checklist Of Website Legal Requirements
Nearly every business has a website, whether just for information purposes or for selling goods or services.
Ireland
27 Jun 2014
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Commercial – An Overview Of 2013
We hope that 2013 was a good year for you and your firm and that 2014 brings new opportunities and further success.
Ireland
13 Feb 2014
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Errors In Price Evaluation
Price is a critical part of tender evaluation.
Ireland
30 Aug 2012
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Internal Marking Schemes And Model Answers
The use of internal marking schemes and model answers is something which should be considered carefully in all cases.
Ireland
30 Aug 2012
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Obligation To Verify Tender Content
The Legal Services Commission ("LSC") issued a tender for contracts in a number of areas of law, including public law and mental health.
Ireland
30 Aug 2012
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Clarifications And Abnormally Low Tenders
A frequent issue is whether a public body can, or must, get clarification from a tenderer on aspects of its tender
Ireland
30 Aug 2012
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What Information Must You Give To Unsuccessful Tenderers?
The Remedies Regulations state that the obligation to give unsuccessful tenderers "may" be fulfilled by giving the successful tenderer's name and its scores together with the unsuccessful tenderer's scores.
Ireland
29 Aug 2012
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