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We are pleased to announce the appointment of Marie Kinsella as head of Philip Lee’s Healthcare Group.  Marie will lead a team of highly experienced healthcare lawyers who advise on complex healthcare litigation and health and social care matters in Ireland.  Philip Lee is one of a small number of firms in Ireland to have […]

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As a staunch Trump ally, former Attorney General Bill Barr will be remembered for a lot of things. His role in the redaction, and then subsequent disclosure, of the Mueller report and his interventions in cases involving Trump associates spring to mind. However, perhaps his legacy will be something entirely different, with wider ramifications for […]

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As published in Renewable Energy Magazine, December 2020. Offshore wind will play a crucial role in Ireland meeting its climate targets and reaching 70 per cent renewable electricity by 2030. There are currently several challenges to be tackled to ensure the timely development of Irish offshore wind projects, one such challenge being the establishment of […]

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As published in Renewable Energy Magazine, December 2020. The pre-legislative scrutiny process for the proposed Marine Planning and Development Management Bill commenced at the end of November 2020, at the same time that a revised FAQ document (version 2) was published by the Department. The publication of the Bill itself is not expected until January […]

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The contract has been awarded by South Dublin County Council to Fortum eNext Ireland Ltd to develop Ireland’s first large-scale district heating scheme. The project will see the construction of an energy centre and an associated pipe network to supply heat to South Dublin County Council’s offices, the TU Dublin Tallaght Campus and other facilities […]

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Partner and head of EU and competition law, Ronan Dunne, was delighted to contribute to the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review journal on the CCPC’s recent introduction of a simplified merger notification regime in Ireland. Full report available here. (Behind paywall). Published by Lexxion (CoRe 3/2020 Vol. 4).

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Philip Lee is delighted to be a founding signatory of the new Pro Bono Pledge Ireland launched today by Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee. The Pledge, which is coordinated by PILA (the Public Interest Law Alliance, a project of FLAC), asks the legal profession to commit to promoting access to justice by providing free legal […]

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As published in the Engineers Journal, November 13th 2020. Subsea fibre optic cables transfer 99% of transoceanic data, operating at the speed of light and on a global scale. They are the physical structures which enable international connectivity in virtually all areas of our lives, including internet access, video calls, gaming and content-streaming services, not […]

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As published in the Business Post, November 15th 2020. The only safe option for an employer who wants to get rid of a problem employee is to follow a fair procedure. Ireland has a working population of about 2.4 million people. Given the size of our workforce, it’s a positive sign that the statistics show […]

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As published in the Business Post, October 10th 2020. A whistleblower cannot be penalised for pointing out wrongdoing, and if that employee is later dismissed, the business must ensure the move has no connection to the protected disclosure. In July this year, the High Court considered the protected disclosures regime for the first time. Since […]

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