Insurance Europe has supported a call from the European Parliament for appropriate supervision of the third-party litigation funding (TPLF) sector.
The Commission has published the Proposal for a Regulation on an emergency intervention to address high energy prices following the request from energy Ministers which we looked at here along with considerations applying in Ireland.
The EU Council has extended the duration of the sanctions against more than 1,200 individuals and entities in response to Russia's invasion of the Ukraine for a further six months, until 15 March 2023.
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The government of Ireland will introduce a pilot project to trial the use of electronic signatures on letters issued to certain EU Treaty Rights applicants.
As another Irish Court year will soon commence, now is an opportune time to look back at some of the more interesting insolvency and ...
The Companies Act 2014 has recently been amended, requiring for the first time in statute that directors of companies, unable, or likely to be unable, to pay their debts must have regard to the interests of creditors.
The Central Bank (Individual Accountability Framework) Bill 2022 (the "IAF Bill") was published on 28 July 2022 by the Department of Finance, following the publication of the General Scheme...
In 2014, the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 (the 2014 Act) was introduced to protect whistleblowers from dismissal or penalisation. In 2019, the EU Whistleblower Directive was published...
In this episode of the Matheson Employment Law Podcast Series, we will share with you a recording of our recent client webinar entitled: "Gender Pay Gap Reporting: Practical Tips and Guidance".
The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) has published its Insurance Newsletter for September 2022. A few key highlights below.
The recent High Court decision of Ms Justice Niamh Hyland reiterates it is not a matter for a Court to "disentangle" a plaintiff's claim when it has become entangled due to lies and misrepresentations...
In Pat Keating v Shannon Foynes Port Company  IEHC 505, the High Court (Sanfey J) held that the CEO of Shannon Foynes Port Company was entitled to a performance-related-payments...
The High Court (per Barrett J) yesterday handed down a highly significant decision regarding the circumstances in which a decision of a State entity is amenable to judicial review.
In this episode from our In The Spotlight 2022 webcast series, our Funds & Investment Management partner, Aaron Mulcahy gives a snapshot of where we are in the AIFMD legislative process focusing on the liquidity management tools...
The Government Legislation Programme for the Autumn 2022 session has been published. The Cabinet has approved 38 bills for priority publication.
After several delays, final delegated measures underpinning the Sustainable Finance Disclosures Regulation (SFDR) were published on 25 July 2022 with an effective date of 1 January 2023.
In February 2022, the Minster for Finance signed the European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Central Mechanism for Information on Safe-Deposit Boxes and Bank and Payment Accounts) Regulations 2022 into law.
EU energy Ministers agreed on 9 September 2022 on short-term measures to decrease high energy prices, reiterated in the State of the Union Address.
The Payment of Wages (Amendment) (Tips and Gratuities) Act, 2022 ("the Act") became law on 20th July 2022.
Whilst the article below is focused in Ireland, all of the guidance applies globally. Putting proper privacy and security processes in place can be a challenge even during the best of times.