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Communications and data infrastructure are intended to be classified as strategic infrastructure development for the purposes of the Planning and Development Acts 2000 to 2017 (‘the PDA’). Under amendments to be introduced by means of the Planning and Development (Amendment) Bill 2016 (‘the 2016 Bill), which was passed by the Seanad on 13 June 2018, […]

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In as little as 12 months, Bitcoin has gone from a little known alternative form of e-money to the next “must have asset”. However, some prominent investors are now saying it was a fad whose bubble has burst before it even got going. In my opinion, the reality could not be more different, with cryptocurrency […]

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As published in The Irish Times, June 2018. The Fair Deal nursing home scheme should be revamped in Budget 2019 to help address the housing crisis, the Law Society has said. In its pre-budget submission, the legal lobby group says the Fair Deal scheme, which offers financial support to people needing long-term care, is potentially […]

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Succession Planning When considering how to include the next or multiple generations in a family business or farm there are various concerns that must be addressed including: retention of control over the assets/business/farm; managing tax liabilities both now and in the future; preserving tax reliefs; flexibility to manage changing family circumstances such as marriage, divorce, […]

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We are delighted to announce Eoghan Doyle will be the guest speaker at Bank of Ireland GDPR seminar taking place at 5.45pm on the 17th April at the Blanchardstown BOI branch. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a legal framework that sets guidelines for the collection and processing of personal information of individuals within […]

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As published on Fora.ie, May 2018. Over the last few years, complex issues in relation to gender identity have exploded in the public consciousness. Increasingly, society is having to grapple with issues of gender, sex and sexuality. The subject of transgender rights, for example, has come to the forefront and it is apparent that historic […]

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As published in The Irish Examiner, 8th May 2018. Famous for the Apple and Ireland tax ruling, Margrethe Vestager, the EU competition boss, is tipped to be Commission head, says Ronan Dunne. Dubbed the “most powerful woman in Brussels”, Margrethe Vestager has made her mark as the EU’s Competition Commissioner. A multi-billion euro fine imposed […]

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Corporate partner Andrew Tzialli speaks with Richard Curran, The Business RTE Radio 1, on the opening of our London office, Brexit opportunities and the impact it will have on the Irish economy.

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We are delighted to announce the opening of our first UK office in London in order to capitalise on the opportunities of Brexit, along with the appointment of five new partners to our head office in Dublin. The new appointments in London and Dublin bring the firm’s headcount to 150 across its Dublin, Brussels, San […]

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8th IBA World Women Lawyers’ Conference 2018 The IBA’s Outstanding International Woman Lawyer Award 2018 was presented to Eloísa Machado de Almeida at the IBA 8th World Women Lawyers Conference in London, 13 April. Ms Almeida is a well-known human rights lawyer in Brazil. Throughout her career, Ms Almeida represented the interests of women who […]

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