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- 07/25/18--03:04: Accident investigations: privileged or not?
- 07/31/18--07:54: Non-Party Pays the Price
- 07/31/18--08:45: Corruption Act in force
- 08/01/18--08:51: Insurance Regulatory Update, June & July 2018
- 08/02/18--04:19: Media can now access court records
- 08/10/18--01:19: Courts alive to disingenuous applications to mediate
- 08/10/18--01:36: Environment & Planning Group Update, July 2018
- 08/12/18--07:25: Immigrant Investor Programme
Two reports are prepared in the aftermath of a fire: one is privileged and does not have to be disclosed to the other side in the ensuing litigation, the other is not. Why? Read the briefing here.
Isabel Foley, Partner and Domhnall Breatnach, Associate have contributed an article to Who’s Who Legal: Product Liability Defence 2018. New and emerging technologies – such as autonomous, self-learning and artificially intelligent products, advanced robotics and the Internet of Things – are an increasing feature across a variety of sectors, including transport, healthcare, agriculture, IT, data management... Read More or Download PDF
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In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has confirmed that a person who funds litigation, but is not a party to the proceedings, may be liable for some or all of the costs of the proceedings where they are the main controller of, and driving force behind, the litigation and stand to benefit if the... Read More or Download PDF
Ireland’s new anti-corruption legislation is now in force. The introduction of new corruption-related offences and tough penalties in the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Act 2018 is expected to have a significant impact on corporates and other organisations operating in Ireland. The Act was commenced by ministerial order on 30 July 2018. Read the full briefing here.... Read More or Download PDF
This is the consolidated June and July edition of the Arthur Cox Insurance Regulatory Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Insurance Group focused on recent developments in insurance regulation, law and practice. In this issue, topics covered include: the enactment of the Insurance Distribution Regulations, the publication of the Central Bank’s (National Claims... Read More or Download PDF
From 1 August 2018, the media will have access to documents opened in an Irish court, or taken to have been opened in an Irish court. This is a welcome development for the media and has been implemented to facilitate the fair and accurate reporting of court hearings. Parties should be aware that this potentially... Read More or Download PDF
The purpose of this publication is to identify and summarise the non-financial reporting requirements arising under the European Union (Disclosure of Non-Financial and Diversity Information by Certain Large Undertakings and Groups) Regulations 2017 from the perspective of Irish public limited companies listed on the NYSE/NASDAQ. Read the full publication here.
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While very supportive of genuine proposals to resolve disputes outside of the court room, the courts are alive to the possibility that some parties may seek an adjournment seemingly to facilitate mediation, but really for tactical purposes. The courts scrutinise contested applications to mediate, and look to the motives and intentions of the party seeking... Read More or Download PDF
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This is the July edition of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Update, the monthly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Environment & Planning Group focused on recent developments in the industry sectors that we believe may be of particular interest to you, including all key domestic and European news. We hope you find this Update... Read More or Download PDF
The purpose of the Immigrant Investor Programme (“IIP”) is to enable non-EEA nationals and their families who commit to an approved investment in Ireland to acquire permanent residency in Ireland. Read the full briefing here.
On 21 June 2018, Baker J. analysed the nature of the time limits applicable to the judicial review of public contracts in Newbridge Tyre & Battery Company Ltd. v. Garda Commissioner  964 JR. This is an important case which provides fresh analysis on the critical issue of time limits for public procurement challenges. Read... Read More or Download PDF
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The IIP enables non-EEA nationals who commit to an approved investment or endowment in Ireland, to take up residency in the State with their families. Further detail on the scheme can be found here. The Irish Government Economic & Evaluation Service’s (“IGEES”) has now published an overwhelmingly positive review of the IIP. Read the full... Read More or Download PDF
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