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By Kate McKenna
Following on from our article earlier this month regarding potential changes to Ireland's approach to sanctioning anti-competitive conduct, the Irish Court of Appeal yesterday substantially increased a fine imposed...
By Sharon Daly, Maria Kennedy
Matheson is delighted to announce that two Litigation partners have been recognised at this year's 8th annual Euromoney LMG Europe Women in Business Law Awards.
By Helen Kelly, Kate McKenna
There have been reports in PaRR today that a spokesperson for the CCPC in Ireland has confirmed that the pharmaceutical sector in Ireland is being monitored following concerns raised regarding pricing issues.
By Tom Hayes, Michael Byrne
What systems of product liability are available (i.e. liability in respect of damage to persons or property resulting from the supply of products found to be defective or faulty)?
By Claire McLoughlin, Karen Reynolds
Claire McLoughlin and Karen Reynolds co-author the Ireland chapter for The Legal 500 and The In-House Lawyer Comparative Legal Guide to Bribery and Corruption 2018.
By Nicola Dunleavy, Karen Reynolds, Claire McLoughlin, Helen Kelly, Kate McKenna, Maria Kennedy
When regulators start corporate investigations, we are often asked whether directors, managers and other company officers can be prosecuted. The answer can be "yes".
By Sharon Daly, Darren Maher, April McClements
Sharon Daly, Head of the Commercial Litigation Insurance team, Darren Maher, Head of the Financial Institutions Group ...
By Michael Jackson
With further delays in the political process increasing the risk of a hard Brexit, businesses can't afford to wait and need to plan accordingly - said Matheson Managing Partner, Michael Jackson, who was speaking ...
By Sharon Daly, April McClements
There is no legislative framework in Ireland to facilitate class actions.
By Helen Kelly
The international peer-reviewed competition and antitrust journal, Concurrences, has published a thought-leadership paper by our Senior Associate, Ronan Scanlan, on the future of the UK merger control...
By John Gill, Paraic Madigan
We've listened to and read various commentary over the past 18 months as to the opportunities that exist for Ireland Inc in the context of Brexit and companies who as part of their Brexit contingency plan...
By Matheson Tax Group, Brian Doohan, Olivia Long
The Irish Revenue Commissioners (Revenue) were successful in arguing before the Appeal Commissioners that no general trading deduction ...
By Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson shares his recommendations, both professional and personal, and biggest influences to date.
By Brian Doohan, Olivia Long
The Irish Revenue Commissioners (Revenue) were successful in arguing before the Appeal Commissioners that no general trading deduction should be available for excess foreign tax incurred on royalties...
By Kate McKenna
On 16 May 2018, Advocate General Sañchez-Bordona of the Court of Justice of the European Union opined on the ability of Member States to take a harsh stance on the exclusion from Government tenders of companies with a record of past illegality, such as cartel behaviour or bid-rigging.
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