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In the words of Christine Lagarde, IMF “Those working in the financial sector must be as serious about values as they are about valuation, and just as passionate about culture as they are about capital”. Culture has been referred to as the system of shared values and norms that shape behaviours and mindsets within an […]

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1. Register of Beneficial Ownership (RBO) – important update Central Register of Beneficial Ownership                                                                                  Since […]

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At the end of another compelling football season punctuated with some notable off-the-field incidents like the Leeds United ‘spygate’ incident which resulted in a hefty fine, it turns out that La Liga (the Spanish football league) has been punished for alleged unwarranted surveillance. The Spanish Agency for Data Protection (AEPD) has fined La Liga €250,000 […]

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The Supreme Court has clarified when a public body “holds” a record for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Acts.  Partner Rachel Minch discusses the recent decision in Minister for Health v The Information Commissioner. Background The case related to a request made to the Department of Health under the Freedom of Information Acts […]

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As published in The Irish Examiner, 10 June 2019.   Who’d be a politician? Despite being dubbed the most powerful woman in Brussels, Margrethe Vestager may soon be out of a job. Her five-year mandate as the EU’s Competition Commissioner comes to an end in October. Regardless of her high profile it seems unlikely that […]

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The Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Waste entered into force in Ireland in 1992. Its origins lie in a public outcry following the discovery in the 1980’s in Africa of deposits of toxic waste from industrialised countries. The overarching aim of the Convention which has been adopted by 186 countries […]

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Seventeen years after the seminal decision in SIAC Ltd v Mayo County Council 1 which established the test of ‘manifest error’, the Supreme Court has returned to examine the test by which a Court can review a public procurement process. Recently, Mr Justice Donal O’Donnell handed down a unanimous judgment in a procurement challenge brought by […]

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Philip Lee, as founder and managing partner of the firm, has many accomplishments to his name. The most recent occurred during the June Bank Holiday weekend in Cognac, France where he won a Gold Medal in the European Fencing Championships.  The title win is a first ever for an Irishman. Philip, from Pembroke Fencing Club in […]

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As published in the Sunday Business Post on June 2nd 2019: Brexit continues to dominate the headlines, and is likely to do so for the foreseeable future. It is significant for many facets of Irish society, but one interesting question arises in relation to Irish employment law. While exact statistics are obviously unavailable, it definitely […]

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Ireland’s National Transport Infrastructure Conference 2019 will take place on Thursday, June 20th at the Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire. This conference will examine the requirements throughout the country to improve transport infrastructure and meet the expected 40% increased demand by 2033. Managing Partner, Philip Lee, will present on the day on contracts, procurement and […]

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