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By Jamie Enright
While acknowledging that the monies had been advanced to the first named defendant by AIB and not repaid, the defendants contended that they had arguable grounds for defence based on, inter alia, their contention that the guarantees provided by the second named defendant were discharged on the refinancing of the facilities.
By Aoife Murphy
The introduction of a formal role of Data Protection Officer ("DPO") is one of the features of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR").
By Marie Scullion
E-receipts are becoming more common but what are you actually agreeing to when you hand over your email address?
By Robin Hayes
On 6 February 2018, Advocate General Szpunar (AG) delivered his second opinion on Christian Louboutin's shoes trademark
By Jamie Enright
Late last year Mr Justice Barrett delivered a warning to a credit servicing firm in the High Court that they were in "yellow card territory" as a result of their failure to expeditiously prosecute their case.
By Brendan Ringrose
In September 2012 the Irish Data Protection Commissioner published its Report of Re-Audit in relation to the data management practices of Facebook Ireland Limited ("FB-I").
By Frank O'Reilly
The courts recently considered the issue of enforceability in Ireland of an order if made by Swiss courts in Swiss liquidation proceedings.
By Robin Hayes
On 31st July, the Irish Supreme Court held, in a four-to-one majority decision, that Irish food manufacturer McCambridge Ltd is entitled to injunctions restraining competitor Joseph Brennan Bakeries ("Brennans") from marketing its whole-wheat bread in packaging held to be confusingly similar to the distinctive packaging used by market leading McCambridge Ltd.
By Aoife Murphy, Robin Hayes
The resale right conferred on artists has been established in Ireland since 2006.
By Frank O'Reilly
The Irish government has published in draft form its Personal Insolvency Bill, to which it gave a commitment under the EU/International Monetary Fund Programme of Financial Support for Ireland.
By Mark Ryan
The pharmacy sector has undergone considerable change in recent years, starting with the enactment of the Pharmacy Act in 2007.
By Frank O'Reilly, Frank O'Reilly