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Ronan Daly Jermyn
On the 20th November last, the Government published the Work Safely Protocol (the "Protocol"). The Protocol is a revision to the "Return to Work Safely Protocol"...
Beale & Co
Adjudication under the Construction Contracts Act 2013 (Act) is a very accessible and efficient method of resolving payment disputes on construction projects
Beale & Co
The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has consulted on a revised Waste Management Plan for England ("the Plan").
Dillon Eustace
The Private Funds Law, 2020 ("PFL") came into force on 7th February, 2020. The PFL requires that certain collective investment scheme arrangements, previously unregulated in the Cayman Islands...
Beale & Co
Anti-suit injunctions (‘ASIs') prevent a party that is subject to the issuing court's jurisdiction from commencing or continuing with proceedings in a foreign
Philip Lee
The regulation of crowdfunding in Ireland, and indeed a unified approach across Europe has been long awaited.
Philip Lee
The High Court has ordered a wind farm operator to make discovery of raw wind farm data and other records to plaintiffs who have alleged in section 160 planning injunction proceedings that the...
Maples Group
In this article, Elizabeth Bradley and Mark Murran look at the latest trends and developments in the banking and finance market in Ireland and explore the impact of COVID-19 on the sector
Eversheds Sutherland
Transgender Day of Remembrance ("TDoR") falls today, 20 November.
Eversheds Sutherland
On 17 November 2020, the CBI issued a "Dear CEO" letter, in which it set out key findings from a thematic inspection it carried out on compliance by a number of banks and insurance companies...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
A new analysis of Central Bank data shows that 27% of settlements over the past six years relates to banks. Investment and insurance firms also feature highly.
Arthur Cox
The Central Bank of Ireland announced this week that it uncovered "significant issues" as part of its recent thematic inspections into compliance by regulated financial services providers in the banking and insurance sectors ...
William Fry
The William Fry Fintech Group has designed this FAQ to answer some essential regulatory questions relating to crypto-assets and help firms navigate this often complex, and continually evolving, regulatory landscape.
William Fry
Read our FAQ on the regulation of crypto-assets in Ireland and any existing financial services regulatory regimes that may be relevant to crypto-asset issuers or service providers.
Beale & Co
In OD Developments (‘OD') v Oak Dry Lining Ltd (‘Oak'), the TCC made a rare decision not to enforce an adjudicator's award on jurisdictional grounds. It was argued that a Letter of Intent
Walkers
On 17 November 2020, the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") issued an industry letter to all regulated financial service providers ("Firms"). This letter details the key findings...
William Fry
Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) has recently published its first Intermediary Times newsletter of 2020 (the Newsletter).The Newsletter provides a number of updates from the CBI for retail intermediaries
William Fry
A recent case before Mr Justice McDonald in which William Fry were involved highlights the need for companies to meaningfully engage...
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Dillon Eustace
It was recently announced that Euronext has entered into a binding agreement with the London Stock Exchange ("LSE")
William Fry
Taxand has summarised some of the tax measures taken as at 19 November in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic...
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