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Anyone thinking that Brexit will be anything but hard should ask the Swiss – they understand the EU has a ‘certain’ view. The British were not the first to hold a referendum motivated in large part by questions of immigration and EU relationships. In 2014, the Swiss People’s Party led the ‘Stop Mass Immigration’ initiative […]

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What is the Knowledge Development Box? The Knowledge Development Box (KDB) is a tax regime introduced by the Finance Act 2015 for companies whose accounting period commences on or after 1 January 2016. The KDB has introduced a new set of rules dealing with the corporation taxation of income which arises from patents, copyrighted software […]

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We are delighted to announce Managing Partner, Philip Lee, will be attending and speaking at the much anticipated Procurement Conference at The Crystal, London. Procurement Week is an international conference and exhibition that aims to explore the many facets of Public Procurement such as Public Tendering, Business Development, Procurement Law and International Trade. During the […]

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We are delighted to announce, Alice Whittaker has just been announced as an Irish winner for the Environment & Climate Change Sector in the International Client Choice Awards 2017. Alice joined Philip Lee in 2004 and was appointed as a partner in 2007. Alice has spent much of her career to date focusing on the […]

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Some weeks ago, I wrote a short blog about the certainty and stability of the business environment in Ireland and the legal structures associated with that environment. That blog was a view based on current and previous facts in play. Now the Irish government in launching “Ireland Connected: Trading and Investing in a Dynamic World” […]

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At this seminar on Wednesday April 5th, Patrick Walshe, head of our employment law unit, will be examining the challenges employers face in 2017, including: Developments in the courts in disciplinary procedures, suspension and termination; Whistleblowing – what is the effect of the Protected Disclosures Act to date and what is going to happen next? […]

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The Planning and Development (Housing) and Residential Tenancies Act 2016 (the “2016 Act”) was signed into law by the President on 23 December 2016 as part of the Governments “Rebuilding Ireland – Action Plan for Housing and Homeless”. The fourth pillar of the action plan is aimed at improving the functioning of the rental sector […]

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Read the full report Sport Report Videos AS A NATION WE’RE SPENDING BILLIONS BUT AS INDIVIDUALS WE’RE PARTICIPATING LESS IN SPORTS AND ACTIVITY: THE PHILIP LEE SPORT REPORT REVEALS THE CHALLENGES AHEAD “Since our first Philip Lee Sport Report in 2014 and following a steady return to growth in the economy, recovery in consumer spending […]

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The Construction Contracts Act (the “Act”) applies to all construction contracts (as defined in the Act) entered into after 25 July 2016. The Act’s two primary functions are: to provide a default statutory mechanism governing payments in construction contracts (whether written or oral); and to prescribe adjudication as the means of resolving payment disputes under […]

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So the uncertainty of what Brexit means rumbles on. The clear trend that is emerging is that Parliament is going to have a far greater say in matters that Teresa May saw when she famously said that “Brexit means Brexit”. Initially of course May presumed that government alone had all the legal authority it required […]

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