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Partner Simon O’Neill has been working closely with Community Finance Ireland to introduce Ireland’s first Shariah compliant financing product Developed for Community Finance Ireland (CFI), An Irish charity dedicated to providing loans to community groups which has extended an excess of EUR90 million (US$105.41 million) to over 500 organizations, has added a Shariah compliant financing […]

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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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As published in the Irish Examiner on 15 June 2017.  Tax Consultant Gavin McGuire was recently appointed Chairman of the Tax Committee of the Law Society of Ireland and is also a member of the Direct and Capital TALC Committee. The probate and inheritance tax process should be made easier for grieving families, according to […]

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The Issue: do AirBnB lettings require planning permission? In October 2016 the Irish Planning Board, An Bord Pleanála, decided that:  the use of an entire residential apartment on a year-round basis for a series of short-term holiday lettings constitutes a change of use; such change of use raises planning considerations that are materially different to […]

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Falk Pharma GmbH v DAK-Gesundheit (C-410/14) In August 2013 DAK-Gesundheit (DAK) a statutory health insurance fund published a notice in the OJEU concerning an “authorisation procedure” for the conclusion of rebate contracts concerning medicinal products. The procedure provided for the authorisation of all interested undertakings meeting the authorisation criteria and the conclusion with each of […]

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MJ Hojgaard A/S, Zublin A/S v Banedanmark (C-396/14) This case involved a change in the make-up of a consortium that bid for a construction contract in Denmark. Following the pre-qualification stage in the tender process, one member of a two member consortium was declared insolvent. The contracting entity informed all tenderers of its decision to […]

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R (Faraday Development Ltd) v West Berkshire Council and another [2016] EWHC 2166      This case concerned a challenge to a development agreement entered into between West Berkshire Council (the “Council”) and St Modwen Developments Limited (“SMDL”) to regenerate an area of industrial land owned by the Council. The development agreement was entered into following […]

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Forum Connemara Limited v Galway County Local Community Development Committee [2016] IEHC 493, Judgment of Mr Justice Hedigan of 10 August 2016 Galway County Local Community Development Committee (the “Respondent”) is responsible for co-ordinating, managing and overseeing the implementation of local and community development programmes which includes the social inclusion and community activation programme (SICAP). […]

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In October 2016, the Irish High Court ruled that documents may be accepted in a tender process even after the deadline for submissions has passed. BAM PPP v National Treasury Management Agency is the first Irish case to consider this issue. The procurement process concerned a PPP project for the design, finance, construction and maintenance […]

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