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18.10.2017

ISDA’s Proposal to Offer Irish Law Derivatives Documentation

Irish law and the Irish courts could offer derivatives markets with a strong contingency plan to avoid some of the legal uncertainties that may arise from the continued use of English law and the English... READ MORE

18.10.2017

Healthcare Enforcement Litigation 2018, Ireland

Tom Hayes, Rebecca Ryan and Michael Finn provide an overview of healthcare regulations in Ireland in the 2018 edition of Healthcare Enforcement and Litigation. Healthcare Enforcement Litigation 2018, Ireland from Matheson Law Firm Reproduced with... READ MORE

17.10.2017

The Healthcare Law Review, Ireland 2017

Tom Hayes, Rebecca Ryan and Michael Finn provide an overview of the healthcare system in Ireland, including the role of health insurance, funding and payment for specific services, the role of healthcare providers and more... READ MORE

10.10.2017

Supreme Court Decision Puts After-The-Event Insurance Under Spotlight

A recent Supreme Court decision confirming that third-party litigation funding in return for a share of the proceeds is unlawful in Ireland has put after-the-event (ATE) insurance back in the spotlight as the only legitimate... READ MORE

06.10.2017

Court of Appeal Clarifies Premise of Examinership

The Court of Appeal has allowed an appeal by the Edward Holdings group of companies against a decision of O’Connor J in the High Court refusing to appoint an examiner to four of the seven... READ MORE

04.10.2017

Coffey Report to Kick-Start Transfer Pricing Modernisation in Ireland

The Irish Minister for Finance published a report entitled ‘Review of Ireland’s Corporation Tax Code’ (the “Report”) on 12 September 2017.  The Report was compiled by an independent expert, Mr Seamus Coffey, who was appointed... READ MORE

04.10.2017

Schrems Goes to Europe (again) - Will the Standard Contractual Clauses Survive?

Almost two years to the day following the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") in Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner ("Schrems I"), the issue of transatlantic data transfers is heading... READ MORE

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18.10.2017

ISDA’s Proposal to Offer Irish Law Derivatives Documentation

Irish law and the Irish courts could offer derivatives markets with a strong contingency plan to avoid some of the legal uncertainties that may arise from the continued use of English law and the English... READ MORE

18.10.2017

Healthcare Enforcement Litigation 2018, Ireland

Tom Hayes, Rebecca Ryan and Michael Finn provide an overview of healthcare regulations in Ireland in the 2018 edition of Healthcare Enforcement and Litigation. Healthcare Enforcement Litigation 2018, Ireland from Matheson Law Firm Reproduced with... READ MORE

17.10.2017

The Healthcare Law Review, Ireland 2017

Tom Hayes, Rebecca Ryan and Michael Finn provide an overview of the healthcare system in Ireland, including the role of health insurance, funding and payment for specific services, the role of healthcare providers and more... READ MORE

10.10.2017

Supreme Court Decision Puts After-The-Event Insurance Under Spotlight

A recent Supreme Court decision confirming that third-party litigation funding in return for a share of the proceeds is unlawful in Ireland has put after-the-event (ATE) insurance back in the spotlight as the only legitimate... READ MORE

06.10.2017

Court of Appeal Clarifies Premise of Examinership

The Court of Appeal has allowed an appeal by the Edward Holdings group of companies against a decision of O’Connor J in the High Court refusing to appoint an examiner to four of the seven... READ MORE

04.10.2017

Coffey Report to Kick-Start Transfer Pricing Modernisation in Ireland

The Irish Minister for Finance published a report entitled ‘Review of Ireland’s Corporation Tax Code’ (the “Report”) on 12 September 2017.  The Report was compiled by an independent expert, Mr Seamus Coffey, who was appointed... READ MORE

04.10.2017

Schrems Goes to Europe (again) - Will the Standard Contractual Clauses Survive?

Almost two years to the day following the decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union ("CJEU") in Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner ("Schrems I"), the issue of transatlantic data transfers is heading... READ MORE

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