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Arthur Cox
The Supreme Court of Ireland has confirmed, in its decision in the case of Persona Digital Telephony Ltd v The Minister for Public Enterprise, that professional third party funding...
Walkers
Upcoming developments, both in Ireland and Europe, will significantly change the anti-money laundering regime in Ireland and pose an increased compliance burden on an ever-expanding...
Mason Hayes & Curran
Ireland has a lot to offer foreign organisations. From our low corporate tax rate to our highly-skilled and flexible workforce, there are many reasons to bring your business to Ireland.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Freedom of Information Regulations, introduced in November 2016, have now been revoked and updated by 2017 Regulations to remove a 'double requirement' for those who can make FOI applications...
Mason Hayes & Curran
It was another significant year in public and regulatory law with more statutory and non-statutory inquiries, high-profile challenges to parliamentary privilege and the first full year of the Regulation...
Mason Hayes & Curran
Ex-Rehab Group CEO Angela Kerins failed in her claim for damages against members of a parliamentary committee.
Arthur Cox
On 24 January 2017, the Supreme Court of England and Wales, by a majority of 8 to 3, upheld the High Court's November 2016 decision that an Act of Parliament is needed before the UK Government can serve notice (under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union) on the European Council of the UK's intention to leave the EU.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The UK Supreme Court has resoundingly held that the UK Government may not serve the Article 50 notice withdrawing from the European Union without an Act of the UK Parliament giving the necessary parliamentary authorisation.
Arthur Cox
The latest edition of RegBrief covers key developments in financial regulation over the last two months, in particular in relation to money laundering...
Arthur Cox
High Court delivers its judgment in constitutional challenge to UK Government's plan to serve notice of the UK's intention to leave the EU, under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union...
Arthur Cox
On 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union by 51.9% to 48.1%.
Arthur Cox
In August 2016, the High Court gave judgment in the case of Forum Connemara Limited ("Forum") v Galway County Local Community Development Committee ("GCLCDC") [2016] IEHC 493.
Arthur Cox
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that a material amendment to a contract award without a new tendering procedure is an impermissible breach of the principles of equal treatment and transparency even where the amendment is as a result of a settlement agreement designed to end a dispute which arose from the difficulties encountered in the performance of that contract.
Matheson
Capital investment in Ireland's critical infrastructure is key against backdrop of Ireland's strong fiscal position and in advance of the British Government triggering formal Brexit talks by March 2017.
Arthur Cox
The landscape in relation to the award of concession contracts by public bodies and utilities has recently fundamentally changed.
Mason Hayes & Curran
The Irish Government published its legislative programme for the current session on 8 June last.
Arthur Cox
On 5 June 2015, the Fourth Money Laundering Directive (MLD4) was published in the Official Journal.
Arthur Cox
In this Guide, we look at what you can expect if a decision you make is challenged in the courts by way of judicial review.
Arthur Cox
This is the fifth in our series of Good Decision-Making Guides for Public Bodies. These Guides highlight what is best practice in decision-making and offer simple and practical tips to reduce the risk of challenge to your decisions.
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These Guides highlight what is best practice in decision-making and offer simple and practical tips to reduce the risk of challenge to your decisions.
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There are no big surprises in the new Irish public procurement rules that were published on Thursday 5 May 2016, following a long silence since a public consultation in October 2014.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Ireland has a lot to offer foreign organisations. From our low corporate tax rate to our highly-skilled and flexible workforce, there are many reasons to bring your business to Ireland.
Arthur Cox
This judgment brings welcome guidance to the provision by voluntary associations and community organisations of social and public purposes in a public procurement context.
Matheson
The contract value thresholds that determine the scope of EU public procurement law were amended as of 1 January 2016.
Arthur Cox
The landscape in relation to the award of concession contracts by public bodies and utilities has recently fundamentally changed.
Arthur Cox
The applicant, BAM, issued proceedings against NTMA and the Minister seeking to set aside their decision to accept a late tender submitted by a rival bidder consortium.
Arthur Cox
This is the fifth in our series of Good Decision-Making Guides for Public Bodies. These Guides highlight what is best practice in decision-making and offer simple and practical tips to reduce the risk of challenge to your decisions.
Arthur Cox
The past twelve months has seen a large increase in the volume of procurement challenges coming before the Irish Courts.
Arthur Cox
On 5 June 2015, the Fourth Money Laundering Directive (MLD4) was published in the Official Journal.
Arthur Cox
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