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By Joanelle O’Cleirigh, Jillian Conefrey, Laura Cawley
A recent judgment of the High Court in the CervicalCheck litigation highlights the obligations on doctors and healthcare providers in respect of the disclosure of information to patients.
By Kevin Langford, Declan MacQuillan, Niamh Fennelly
In Nosworthy v Instinctif Partners Limited, the UK EAT has upheld the enforcement of bad leaver provisions, which required a resigning employee to transfer her shares for minimal consideration and to forfeit her loan...
By Colin Rooney, Hugh McCarthy, Eoghan Clogher
The Department of Health recently published an update on the Health Research Regulations 2018, which will be of significant interest to those involved in "health research", including in the area of clinical trials.
By Arthur Cox
The Consumer Insurance Contracts Bill (the Bill) was introduced in the Dáil as a Private Members' Bill in January 2017 and passed second stage in February 2017. On 13 December 2018, the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Finance
By Cian Beecher, Helen Webb
The Court of Justice for the European Union (CJEU) has ruled that employers are required to set up systems to measure daily working time.
By Philip Smith, Daniel Watters
This is the GDPR update from our Pensions Group,which summarises some practical aspects of where GDPR processes for pension schemes are at one year on.
By Kevin Langford, John Casey, Niamh Fennelly
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has found that a shop steward, dismissed by his employer for storing and sharing "stolen, private and confidential information that was the property of a manager" ...
By Arthur Cox
As reported in our April update, outsourcing is area of key focus for the Central Bank and other global regulators. On 30 April, the Central Bank hosted an industry conference ("Conference")
By Kevin Langford, Hannah O’Farrell, Niamh Fennelly
In a recent UK case, Furlong v The Chief Constable of Cheshire Police, the police force, when interviewing candidates for a role, gave preference to candidates with ‘protected characteristics'...
By John Donald, Philippa Pierse
The Legal 500 and The In-House Lawyer have published their Comparative Legal Guide for Ireland on Restructuring and Insolvency.
By Colin Rooney, Ciara Anderson
The Data Sharing and Governance Act 2019 (the "Act") passed into law on 4 March 2019 (but has yet to be fully commenced as of the date of this publication).
By Orla O'Connor, Robert Cain, Elizabeth Bothwell, Jennifer McCarthy, Maedhbh Clancy
The Central Bank's proposals for a Senior Executive Accountability Regime, as part of its focus on ‘behaviour and conduct', are moving ahead.
By Kevin Murphy, Tara O'Reilly, Sarah Cunniff, Dara Harrington, Cormac Commins, Ian Dillon, Siobhan McBean, Aisling O’Mahony
Enhanced transparency requirements in relation to shareholder engagement and investment strategy to apply to asset managers and institutional investors from June 2019.
By Séamus Given, Helen Webb
The decision of the English High Court in the case of Antuzis and others v DJ Houghton Catching Services Ltd and others caught the attention of the English press with the Judge
By Cian Beecher, Helen Webb, Niamh Fennelly
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Workplace Relations Act 2015 can be challenged on its constitutionality before the High Court.
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