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What Corporates Need To Know About EMIR Refit
EMIR Refit will enter into force on 17 June 2019 and will amend the existing EMIR legislation applicable to European counterparties trading derivatives.
Ireland
3 Jul 2019
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What SPVs Need To Know About EMIR Refit
EMIR Refit will enter into force on 17 June 2019 and will amend the existing EMIR legislation applicable to European counterparties trading derivatives.
Ireland
3 Jul 2019
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Liability In Unincorporated Associations
An unincorporated association is a group that does not have separate legal personality from its members.
Ireland
4 Apr 2019
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Brexit: Cross Border Disputes And Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments
Following on from our guide to Brexit and Contracts here, Julie Murphy O'Connor, Karen Reynolds and Gearóid Carey take a look ...
European Union
20 Mar 2019
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Brexit And Contracts - A Practical Guide
For businesses trying to navigate the current Brexit landscape, one key consideration is the impact of events on their contractual relationships.
European Union
5 Mar 2019
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Dismissal For Breach Of Fitness And Probity Standards – Fair Or Unfair?
An employee who was dismissed for breach of fitness and probity standards has succeeded in his unfair dismissal claim against his employing bank ...
Ireland
21 Jan 2019
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Unfair Terms In Consumer Contracts – About Time For A ‘Health Check'?
The European Commission has recently actively confronted behaviours of large multinationals which it views as threatening the rights of European consumers
Ireland
5 Nov 2018
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Understanding The Agency Relationship And Potential For Contracting With An Undisclosed Principal
We recently came across a situation which highlighted the importance of including a no-agency boilerplate provision ...
Ireland
2 Oct 2018
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Supreme Court Has The Final Say On Litigation Trafficking
In a landmark judgment delivered on 31 July 2018, the Supreme Court has ruled in the case of SPV OSUS Limited v HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Ireland) Limited & Ors [1] that the assignment...
Ireland
7 Aug 2018
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Rocking The Boat: UK Supreme Court Changes Tack On Variation Clauses
Rock fell into arrears with its licence fee and proposed a revised payment schedule.
UK
26 Jun 2018
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Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments 2018
1.1 Please set out the various regimes applicable to recognising and enforcing judgments in your jurisdiction and the names of the countries to which such special regimes apply
Ireland
13 Apr 2018
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Assisting Lay Litigants: Recent Guidance
Straitened times have led to an increase in litigation before the courts involving lay litigants or litigants in person acting without formal legal representation.
Ireland
13 Nov 2017
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Irish Court Rules In Favour Of Apple Data Centre For Galway
Ireland's leadership in data centre projects received a significant boost this morning with the news that the Irish Commercial Court ruled in favour of Apple's data centre in Galway.
Ireland
19 Oct 2017
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Guide To Product Liability 2017
What systems of product liability are available (i.e. liability in respect of damage to persons or property resulting from the supply of products found to be defective or faulty)?
Ireland
15 Jun 2017
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Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments 2017, 2nd Edition
Julie Murphy-O'Connor and Gearóid Carey author the Irish chapter for Enforcement of Foreign Judgments 2017, 2nd Edition.
Ireland
15 May 2017
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The Future Of Corporate PPAs In Ireland
In general terms, a "corporate" power purchase agreement refers to a contractual arrangement whereby independent generators (typically renewable) and corporates that are large energy consumers, contract for the sale of power to that consumer.
Ireland
13 Apr 2017
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Global Investigations Review: The Practitioner's Guide To Global Investigations
Carina Lawlor provides an analysis on the legal framework, practice and procedure applicable to cross-border investigations in Ireland.
Ireland
5 Apr 2017
18
Court Of Appeal Confirms There Is No General Duty Of Good Faith In Irish Contract Law
A recent Court of Appeal decision has restored certainty that, under Irish law, there is no general duty of good faith in the context of commercial contracts.
Ireland
16 Mar 2017
19
Judicial Endorsement Of Central Bank Inquiries
In July 2015, the Central Bank of Ireland ("CBI") published a Notice of Inquiry confirming that it was to investigate alleged regulatory breaches by INBS...
Ireland
17 Nov 2016
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Old Limitations On Third-Party Funding Still Apply
Historically, Irish law precluded parties with no connection or interest in proceedings from taking any part in or deriving any benefit from them.
Ireland
31 May 2016
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