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Update 20 May 2021: Covid-19 Visa Arrangements

20 May 2021

Back in January 2021, as part of Government efforts to tackle the pandemic, the Minister for Justice signed an order that imposed new visa requirements on passport holders from a...
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Decision making by Quasi-Judicial Bodies – The implications of Zalewski

20 May 2021

A recent Irish Supreme Court decision in the context of adjudication of workplace disputes may have implications for a wide range of decision making bodies. Here Maura Connolly (Partner, Dispute...
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Small Business Rescue

19 May 2021

General Scheme of Companies (Small Company Administrative Rescue Process and Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2021 (“SCARP”) just published  Moments ago, the general scheme of the SCARP Bill was published. This follows...
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Dispute Resolution in the era of Covid-19 – Recording

14 May 2021

We hosted a webinar on Thursday 13 May looking at how dispute resolution has been impacted due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Maura Connolly (Partner & Head of Dispute Resolution), Jonathan...
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Further changes to designated List of ‘Category 2’ Countries for the purposes of mandatory hotel quarantine

10 May 2021

On 8 May, the Minister for Health announced that an additional two countries/territories would be designated as ‘Category 2’ for the purposes of mandatory hotel quarantine. These are: Anguilla and...
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Burgh Quay Immigration Office to reopen on Monday 10 May 2021

7 May 2021

It has been announced that the Immigration Service’s Registration Office in Burgh Quay will reopen for customers living in the Dublin area on Monday 10 May. The reopening is in...
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Review of Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021

6 May 2021

On 23 March 2021, the Government published a revised draft text of the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill 2021 (the “Bill”). The Bill proposes to amend, inter...
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Webinar: Dispute Resolution in the era of Covid-19

4 May 2021

On Thursday, 13 May at 9.15am we will host a webinar discussing how dispute resolution has been impacted due to Covid-19. Our webinar will be moderated by Rachel Shanley, Partner,...
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When the statutory period expires, it expires…or does it?

4 May 2021

After previous uncertainty in certain High Court decisions, the Court of Appeal has clarified the legal test to be applied when seeking to renew a High Court Summons The Statute...
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Additional Countries added to Designated list of ‘category 2’ high risk countries for the purposes of Mandatory Hotel Quarantining from 4am May 4th

4 May 2021

Further to our recent update we now confirm that the Minister for Health announced on the 30th April that an additional five countries/territories would be designated as ‘Category 2’ for...
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