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DBEI Seeks Submissions On Update To Irish Export Control Law
The Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation ("DBEI") is calling for submissions in relation to an update to the primary export control law in Ireland.
Ireland
3 Jul 2019
2
Markets In Financial Instruments Act 2018 – Sanctions Specified For Certain Offences Under The Mifid Regulations
The recently enacted Markets in Financial Instruments Act 2018, sets out maximum sanctions available for certain offences under the European Union Regulations 2017 where a person is convicted on indictment.
Ireland
23 Nov 2018
3
A Guide To Selling Regulated Investment Funds In Asia
Ireland, over the last quarter of a century has become a major hub for cross-border distribution.
Worldwide
9 Nov 2018
4
The CCPC Recommends Grocery Regulator
The CCPC has recommended that a new dedicated grocery sector regulator be established in light of the proposed EU Directive on Unfair Trading Practices (COM (2018)173) (the "Directive").
Ireland
5 Nov 2018
5
Jolco Rides The Wave
The Japanese operating lease with call option goes where banks fear to tread. By Caroline Devlin, partner, co-head of tax and leasing, and Laura Cawley, associate, aviation group, of Irish law firm Arthur Cox.
Ireland
12 Oct 2018
6
Irish Government Budget 2019 - "At The Heart Of The EU And Open To The World"
The Irish Minister for Finance presented Budget 2019 to the Dáil, the Irish Parliament, on 9 October 2019.
Ireland
12 Oct 2018
7
Litigation: Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments In Ireland
For judgments and proceedings commenced before January 10 2015, the Brussels I Regulation (44/2001) applies.
Ireland
3 Oct 2018
8
Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments In Ireland: Irish Court Of Appeal Update
In the case of Albaniabeg Ambient Shpk v. Enel SpA and Enelpower SpA, Matheson achieved an important victory for its clients ...
Ireland
13 Sep 2018
9
International Arbitrations 2018
The Arbitration Act 2010, which applies to arbitrations commenced in Ireland from 8 June 2010, applies Option 1 of Article 7 of the UNCITRAL Model Law ...
Ireland
21 Aug 2018
10
Financial Sanctions: The Enforcement Regimes Which May Apply To Your Company
Following President Trump's recent confirmation that U.S economic sanctions on Iran will be reinstated, Muireann Reedy looks at the penalties ...
Ireland
3 Jul 2018
11
Full Brexit Interview With Minister Of State Helen McEntee TD In London (Video)
Watch our full London Brexit video interview with Helen McEntee TD, Minister of State for European Affairs examining the UK backstop proposals; EU negotiation deadlines; the prospect of a hard Brexit; ...
Ireland
25 Jun 2018
12
US Sanctions On Russia: Potential Impact On Irish Companies
Irish companies may see a knock-on effect from the new range of sanctions announced by the US government against Russia.
Ireland
22 Jun 2018
13
Counting Down To Brexit
Ever since news broke in the early hours of Friday 23 June 2016 of the result in the UK referendum on leaving the EU, Brexit has maintained a constant presence in the news cycle to varying degrees of prominence.
Ireland
29 Mar 2018
14
Brexit Interview With Enda Kenny TD (Video)
Matheson has filmed a Brexit interview with Enda Kenny TD, in Mr Kenny's most in-depth interview since leaving the office of An Taoiseach.
Ireland
1 Nov 2017
15
Matheson Brexit Update: Video Interview With Commissioner Of The European Union, Phil Hogan (Video)
At Matheson, we are committed to supporting our clients in their preparations for Brexit and providing updates on the most recent developments and thinking with respect to European Brexit...
Ireland
5 Oct 2017
16
Central Bank's Brexit FAQ
The Irish Central Bank has issued a Brexit related FAQ document providing general information to financial services firms considering relocating their operations from the UK to Ireland.
Ireland
22 Aug 2017
17
Brexit: Central Bank FAQ
The Central Bank has published a Brexit FAQ which it plans to update as Brexit negotiations progress. The FAQ consolidates the position statements already made by the Central Bank since the Brexit referendum...
European Union
22 Aug 2017
18
Brexit: The Great Repeal Bill
The UK Government published its White Paper on the Great Repeal Bill on 30 March 2017, one day after it served notice under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union, confirming that it will withdraw from the EU following last year's Brexit referendum.
European Union
5 May 2017
19
Article 50 Triggered By UK Government
Nine months after 52% of Britons voted to leave the EU Prime Minister Theresa May has, today, notified the European Council of the UK's intention to exit, triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.
European Union
13 Apr 2017
20
Article 50 Triggered: Brexit Negotiations Can Begin
On 29 March 2017, the UK's Permanent Representative to the EU, Sir Tim Barrow, delivered the UK's notice under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union to Donald Tusk, President of the European Council.
Ireland
7 Apr 2017
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