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By Stephen Gillick
Travelling in Europe is becoming increasingly difficult with the imposition of additional security checks. However, as far as your pension is concerned it may be about to become a whole lot easier.
By Melanie Crowley, Ger Connolly
Employers should be wary of leaving themselves open to claims of failure to fairly and consistently apply their own disciplinary procedures.
By Mason Hayes & Curran
The Bank of Ireland v Eteams (International) Limited has recently clarified Ireland's position on the test to determine if a transaction constitutes a true sale of book debts or instead amounts, in substance, to the creation of a mortgage and charge.
By Edward Gleeson, Kevin Hoy, Emma Lawrence, Alice Murphy
Two guidance documents published by the Charities Regulatory Authority (the "CRA") in recent weeks are essential reading for trustees and managers of charities.
By Philip Nolan, Jevan Neilan
The Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") has rejected a proposed deal between the EU and Canada for the sharing of passenger data, claiming that it violates data protection and privacy laws.
By Frank Flanagan
The Court of Appeal has helpfully confirmed that a judgment creditor can seek an order appointing a receiver by way of equitable execution where:
By Eoin Cassidy, Deirdre Nagle
In O'Grianna & Ors. v An Bord Pleanála [2014] IEHC 632 23, the High Court held that a project could not, for planning purposes, lawfully be split into two independent parts – the wind farm and the grid connection.
By Edward Gleeson, Kevin Hoy, Alice Murphy, Emma Lawrence
The Charities Regulatory Authority ("CRA") has recently issued "final notice" letters to over 1,400 registered charities.
By Liam Guidera
The Motor Insurers' Bureau of Ireland was established to compensate victims of road traffic accidents caused by uninsured and unidentified vehicles.
By Elizabeth Ryan
The General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") will come into effect on 25 May 2018. It will introduce a number of significant changes for managing data.
By Edel Kennedy, Melanie Crowley
Employers should note a recent High Court award of €824,000 to former army captain Diane Byrne due to breaches of equal treatment principles.
By Catherine Allen
The Regulation of Lobbying Act 2015 (the "Act") was introduced to bring transparency to lobbying in Ireland, by requiring those carrying on lobbying activities to register as lobbyists and file returns...
By Gerard Kelly, Eimear O’Brien
In May 2017, the UK Court of Appeal ruled that Nestlé‘s 3D shape mark for the four-fingered Kit Kat product cannot be registered in the UK.
By David O'Donnell, Vanessa Byrne, Maura Dineen, Frank O’Flynn
A hotel deal may be structured as a share sale, with a buyer acquiring ownership of the company which owns the hotel, by purchasing all of the issued shares of the company.
By Eoin Cassidy
The Irish courts have a history of incorporating certain terms into construction contracts.
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