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Arthur Cox
Can litigants avoid a public hearing of a shareholder oppression action?
Ronan Daly Jermyn
The Commercial Court has dismissed the challenge taken by Transcore LP against Transport Infrastructure Ireland's decision to award the tolling operations contract for the M50 Motorway to Turas...
Matheson
Life Sciences businesses eagerly awaited the High Court judgment of 12 October on Sanofi v HSE.
Matheson
Despite being an island nation on the periphery of Europe, Ireland has succeeded in becoming the leading destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Europe.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
On and after 18 October 2018, all public procurement communication and information exchange must be conducted electronically.
Matheson
In July 2018, the Irish government's ‘Inter-Departmental / Agency Group' (a group of senior officials from procuring Departments and agencies) (the "Group") published its long-awaited report...
Arthur Cox
To understand this case it is necessary to set out the timelines in a bit of detail
Matheson
Watch our Full Brexit Interview Filmed in London with Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee TD ...
Maples and Calder
On 28 March 2018, the Irish Court of Appeal gave judgment on an appeal against the High Court's refusal to order discovery of parts of a successful tender in a public procurement process ...
Arthur Cox
This is the third seminal judgment this year on the public procurement procedure used to evaluate tenders to provide the Immigration Service and Legal Aid Board with interpretation services ...
Dillon Eustace
On 14 May 2018 the European Council voted in favour of the proposed Fifth Money Laundering Directive namely the ‘Proposal for a Directive (EU) ...
Matheson
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...
Arthur Cox
On 14 May, the Council adopted the text of MLD5, which aims to strengthen existing EU anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing rules.
Arthur Cox
The Fifth Money Laundering Directive, which will, among other matters, amend the rules on the beneficial ownership of corporates and trusts introduced by the Fourth Money Laundering Directive...
Mason Hayes & Curran
Recent media reports have alleged that records of official meetings held at Northern Ireland Parliament Buildings, Stormont, were not kept in order to avoid the records falling subject to an FOI request.
Maples and Calder
In this chapter, Mary Dunne and Fergal Ruane assess the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) framework in Ireland, recent projects and current developments in the area of PPP in Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
In Teaching Council of Ireland v MP[1], following the dismissal of a teacher for gross misconduct, the school made a complaint to the Teaching Council.
O'Gradys Solicitors
On 15 December 2017, the European Parliament and the Council reached an agreement on the Commission's proposal to update the Fourth Anti Money Laundering Directive.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Irish Government's spring/summer legislation Programme is ambitious. 49 priority pieces of legislation (Bills) were announced in January 2018, as part of the new legislative session.
Mason Hayes & Curran
By aligning the Irish State's much-needed infrastructure investment with a plan which guides public and private investment, Project Ireland 2040 aims to accomplish ten strategic outcomes.
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Matheson
Life Sciences businesses eagerly awaited the High Court judgment of 12 October on Sanofi v HSE.
Matheson
Despite being an island nation on the periphery of Europe, Ireland has succeeded in becoming the leading destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Europe.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
On and after 18 October 2018, all public procurement communication and information exchange must be conducted electronically.
Dillon Eustace
On 14 May 2018 the European Council voted in favour of the proposed Fifth Money Laundering Directive namely the ‘Proposal for a Directive (EU) ...
Maples and Calder
On 28 March 2018, the Irish Court of Appeal gave judgment on an appeal against the High Court's refusal to order discovery of parts of a successful tender in a public procurement process ...
Matheson
Watch our Full Brexit Interview Filmed in London with Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee TD ...
Arthur Cox
To understand this case it is necessary to set out the timelines in a bit of detail
Matheson
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...
Matheson
In July 2018, the Irish government's ‘Inter-Departmental / Agency Group' (a group of senior officials from procuring Departments and agencies) (the "Group") published its long-awaited report...
Arthur Cox
The Fifth Money Laundering Directive, which will, among other matters, amend the rules on the beneficial ownership of corporates and trusts introduced by the Fourth Money Laundering Directive...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Finance Act 2017, passed on Christmas Day, has inserted a new anti-avoidance provision into tax legislation which impacts all management buy-outs (MBOs) involving ‘close companies'.
Arthur Cox
On 14 May, the Council adopted the text of MLD5, which aims to strengthen existing EU anti-money laundering and counter terrorist financing rules.
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