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Arthur Cox
On 21 April 2021, the European Commission (the "Commission") published its proposal for a Regulation on Artificial Intelligence (the "AI Regulation"). https://www.arthurcox.com/knowledge/the-eus-new-regulation-on-artificial-intelligence/
William Fry
On 21 April 2021, the Commission adopted an 'ambitious and comprehensive' package of measures pursuant to the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan.
William Fry
On 21 April 2021, the EU published the first of two planned sets of performance criteria for environmentally sustainable activities under the Taxonomy Regulation.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
Covid-19 has highlighted the importance of Health and Safety and hygiene and disease prevention in the workplace. There has been a huge increase in infection control technology that used to be...
Ireland
William Fry
On 22 & 23 April 2021, Ireland published legislation to transpose, and commence already transposed, provisions of the EU 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive.
William Fry
After a long wait, IORP II has finally been transposed into Irish law with the signing of The European Union (Occupational Pension Schemes) Regulations 2021 by the Minister for Social Protection.
Arthur Cox
Since 2015, there has been a rising tide of "cov-lite" leveraged loans issued in Europe which do not contain maintenance financial covenants that, if included, would be tested on a quarterly...
Arthur Cox
Public procurement rules do not apply when a public body enters into a contract for acquisition or rental of land.
Walkers
Enhancements to the Irish regime governing the investment limited partnership (the "ILP") have led to increased interest in this structure as an option when considering the establishment of a new investment fund.
Arthur Cox
Virtual asset service providers (VASPs) operating in Ireland are now subject to Ireland's AML/CFT framework and must register with the Central Bank of Ireland.
Ronan Daly Jermyn
There is a growing acceptance that business has a role to play in combatting climate change. The desire to accelerate a transition to a low-carbon economy is real and is shaping transformation...
William Fry
In a recent High Court decision, it was ruled that the liquidator not only failed in his application before the court, but in bringing forward an application that was 'doomed to fail'...
Arthur Cox
The IORP II Directive has been transposed into Irish law. The European Union (Occupational Pension Schemes) Regulations, 2021 (SI No 128 of 2021) (the "Regulations)...
Eversheds Sutherland Ireland
Two recent cases of the High Court have examined the nature and extent of the Court's discretion to refuse to appoint an examiner to a company that is, or is likely to be, unable to pay its debts.
BHSM
COVID-19 is already presenting new legal challenges for businesses and employers in a number of key areas, including employment law, data & privacy and landlord and tenant matters...
Walkers
On 30 March 2021, ESMA published an updated version of its AIFMD Q&As which has been updated to add three new Q&As (as a new section XV) on ESMA's guidelines on performance fees in UCITS...
Arthur Cox
Decarbonising the transport and energy sectors is critical to transitioning to a carbon neutral economy.
William Fry
This case concerns the successful challenge by Clonmel Healthcare Limited (CHL) (who were represented by this firm) to the validity of the supplementary protection certificate (SPC)...
William Fry
The legislation programme for the forthcoming Summer Oireachtas session has been published by the government.
Maples Group
The Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) (Amendment) Act 2021 ("CJA 2021") transposes provisions of the fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive EU/2018/843 ("5MLD") into Irish law
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