News & Insights

A reminder to Landlords: Beware of the pitfalls of Section 32 of the Government Reform Act 2014

29 March 2021

While Section 32 of the Local Government Reform Act 2014 (the “2014 Act”) has been in operation for a number of years, it is important for landlords to continue to...
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Further Temporary Extension to Immigration Permissions

29 March 2021

The Minister for Justice has announced a further temporary extension of immigration and international protection permissions to 20 September 2021. This applies to permissions that are due to expire between...
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Employment Law Update – Video Recording

24 March 2021

Our Employment Law Update, took place today, Wednesday 24 March. At this webinar, our speakers discussed topics including: Bullying in the workplace – Key features of the new Code of Practice...
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Transfers of Personal Data to the UK post Brexit – Where are we now?

23 March 2021

On 24 December 2020 the UK and EU finally agreed the terms of a Brexit deal which included a temporary arrangement to allow continuing personal data transfers from territories within...
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Mandatory Hotel Quarantine legislation in force from Friday 26 March 2021

23 March 2021

The government advises against all non-essential international travel. All passengers coming into Ireland must: complete a Covid-19 Passenger Locator Form provide evidence that they have a negative or ‘not detected’...
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All Change – New Personal Injuries Guidelines

22 March 2021

The eagerly awaited Personal Injuries Guidelines (the “Guidelines”) which form part of the Government’s Action Plan on Insurance were adopted by the Judicial Council on Saturday 6 March 2021. According...
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Housing Loans – A Further Obstacle for Banks in Exercising Power of Sale

15 March 2021

Banks should be alert to the obstacles posed by the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009 (the “2009 Act”) in exercising their power of sale under housing loan mortgages....
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Cookies & Competition: Flavour of the Month?

11 March 2021

Companies involved in digital advertising will be closely monitoring Google’s proposals to phase out support for third-party cookies (TPCs) on its Chrome browser by January 2022 and to develop privacy-preserving...
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Recent WRC decision – Request to work remotely

3 March 2021

The Workplace Relations Commission (“WRC”) published its first decision in relation an employer’s obligations to consider a request to work remotely as part of its duties to protect employees’ health,...
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How a Mistaken CRO filing can become a Sensitive Business issue

25 February 2021

CRO Filings All companies have obligations to file various statutory returns in the Companies Registration Office (“CRO”) from time to time but it is important to be careful when making...
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