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With Christmas just around the corner, a recent UK Court of Appeal decision will serve as a timely reminder to employers that they can be held vicariously liable for the conduct of employees at social events ...
By Maura McLaughlin, Pearse Ryan, Caroline Devlin
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By Richard Ryan, Florence Loric, Patrick Horan
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By Cormac Kissane, Glenn Butt, Aiden Small, Maedhbh Clancy, Phil Cody
The creation of new securitisation positions after 1 January 2019 will trigger the application of new transparency requirements.
By Colin Kavanagh, Chris O'Connor
Sponsorship by alcohol brands was worth an estimated €30 million to Irish sports in 2014 and it is likely that this figure has since increased.
By Colin Kavanagh, Ciara Farrell
Access to medicinal cannabis is a growing healthcare issue in Ireland. Medicinal cannabis is legally available in many countries.
By Kevin Murphy, Tara O'Reilly, Sarah Cunniff, Dara Harrington, Cormac Commins, Ian Dillon
The Fourth EU Money Laundering Directive ("4MLD") was finally transposed into Irish law with the enactment on 14 November 2018 of the Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) (Amendment) Act 2018 (the "Act").
By Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Cormac Kissane, Glenn Butt, Aiden Small, Maedhbh Clancy
Firms providing certain services in Ireland (including lending) from an Irish base will now, unless they are already regulated by Central Bank, have to register with the Central Bank.
By Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Maedhbh Clancy
The Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) (Amendment) Act 2018 has been signed, transposing most of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive (MLD4) into Irish law.
By Gregory Glynn, Joanelle O’Cleirigh
Victims of online fraud are often left without any practical remedies as, by design, the fraud will be carried out in such a way as to make it extremely difficult to uncover the fraudsters' identities and to trace any stolen monies.
By Louise O'Byrne, Sally Doyle
The decision of Eagar J in Lyons v Longford Westmeath Education and Training Board was seen as a dramatic development in some quarters
By Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Maedhbh Clancy
The Central Bank of Ireland's Strategic Plan 2019-2021 sets out five key themes for the next three years, and highlights Brexit, and implementing a new approach to regulating financial conduct, as key focus areas.
By Cormac Kissane, Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Maedhbh Clancy, Darragh Geraghty
The Central Bank has published its Report on the Effectiveness of the Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears in the context of the Sale of Loans by Regulated Lenders, in response to the Minister for Finance's request...
By Michael Coyle, Ryan Ferry
Can litigants avoid a public hearing of a shareholder oppression action?
By Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Maedhbh Clancy
The Credit Reporting Act 2013 has been amended to bring hire purchase agreements and similar credit agreements, together with personal contract plans (PCPs), within the scope of the credit reporting regime.
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