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By Darryl Broderick
The Court of Appeal has recently upheld a High Court finding of defamation against the Sunday World newspaper while also awarding damages for breach of privacy1
By Jennifer Cashman
Our organisation has just become aware that one of our employees has a medical condition which we believe makes them unsuitable to work in our particular working environment.
By Deirdre Malone
Ireland currently has two Bills proposing changes in the benefits available to working parents that are expected to pass into law before the end of the year.
By Ciara Ní Longaigh
The proposal for an EU Directive on Work-Life Balance for parents and family carers aims to provide greater flexibility to people in terms of leave and better balance between work and life.
By Sarah Slevin, Helena Murphy
The 2016 EU Directive on the Security of Network and Information Systems (the "Directive") seeks to prevent and minimise the impact of cyber security incidents in the EU.
By Diarmaid Gavin, Cyrille Laurent
On 8 April 2019, Armalou Holdings Limited pleaded guilty before the Dublin Metropolitan District Court in the first criminal prosecution taken for gun-jumping in Ireland
By Sarah Slevin
On 1 April last, The Irish Times reported on the results of its investigation, based on research compiled by Danish firm CookieBot ...
By John Cuddigan
In April 2018 Revenue published a new section of its Tax and Duty Manual entitled "Tax Treatment of Income Arising from the Provision of Short-term Accommodation".
By Jennifer Cashman
Minister Regina Doherty has described the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2018 (‘the Act ‘) as "one of the most significant pieces of employment legislation for a generation".
By Darryl Broderick
Although passing off cases are a rare phenomenon in Irish courts there have been times when businesses have sought the litigation route to stop a person or a business from passing off their goods or services.
By Rhoda Jennings, Helena Murphy
The Irish Government's alleged failure to mitigate climate change is the subject of a legal challenge taken by Friends of the Irish Environment CLG (FIE) ...
By Seán O'Reilly, Aurore Palmisano
According to the EU, AI constitutes one of the biggest challenges of our time; it is transforming the world we are living in, and the way we approach it will define our society of tomorrow.
By Lisa Mansfield
In a previous article (April 2017) the case of Williams & Waistell v Network Rail was discussed. In this landmark case, a Cardiff Court found Network Rail responsible for an actionable nuisance
By Ciara Ní Longaigh
Ensuring that employees get suitable rest breaks is vitally important in maintaining a happy and healthy workforce. However, the reality for employers is that it can be difficult to provide employees
By Neil Nolan
The 2019 American Chamber of Commerce's Future Leaders Hackathon took place over the course of three days, from 7 – 9 February 2019.
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