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Looking Into The Future: Ireland, Brexit, Trump And More…
Managing Partner Declan Black looks to the future to see what 2017 might bring and imagines two competing scenarios.
Ireland
9 Feb 2017
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Parliamentary Legislation Required To Trigger Article 50
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.
Ireland
2 Feb 2017
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Cross-Border Distribution Of Funds – Improvements On The Horizon?
The European Commission has issued a consultation document seeking input from fund managers, investors and consumer representatives on how the cross-border distribution of funds in the EU can be improved.
European Union
31 Aug 2016
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Behind The Headlines: DPC v Facebook And Its Potential Impact On International Trade
Earlier this year, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner commenced proceedings in the High Court against Facebook Ireland Limited and Maxmillian Schrems.
Ireland
26 Aug 2016
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Post-Brexit – What's The Potential Fallout For Data Protection?
The result in the recent Brexit referendum creates questions on how the UK's decision to leave the EU will impact stakeholders across the key sectors of the UK economy.
Ireland
8 Jul 2016
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European Commission Launches A Digital Single Market Strategy For Europe
In May, the DSM Strategy was adopted by the Commission which outlined the barriers currently faced by citizens in accessing the digital market, leading to them missing out on goods and services.
European Union
20 Jul 2015
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The Recast Brussels I Regulation – Changes For EU Cross-Border Litigation
Since 1968, the Brussels Convention, later the 2001 Brussels I Regulation, has played an important role in determining jurisdiction and how judgments are recognised and enforced...
Ireland
26 Mar 2015
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Gateway To Europe: An Interview With The US Ambassador To Ireland, Kevin O’Malley
An interview with Kevin O’Malley, newly appointed US Ambassador to Ireland.
European Union
16 Mar 2015
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FATCA: The Ireland - US Intergovernmental Agreement
The Irish IGA closely follows the Model I form of intergovernmental agreement, as initially released by the US Treasury in late July 2012.
Ireland
12 Feb 2013
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State Receives Formal Notice From The Commission Regarding VHI
The European Commission has just issued the State with a Letter of Formal Notice under Article 260 TFEU.
European Union
21 Mar 2012
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Winds Of Change - The Next Stage For Ireland’s Wind Energy Industry
Ireland is required to source 16% of total energy consumption from renewable energy sources by 2020. In order to meet this overall target of 16% of all energy from renewable sources, the contribution of wind energy to electricity generation will be 33%.
Ireland
18 Jan 2012
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