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In the 2022 edition of Housing Ireland Magazine, construction partner Angelyn Rowan discusses a new Inflation/Supply Chain Delay Co-operation Framework, the pressure contractors are experiencing as a result of inflation and the materials shortage which has been aggravated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Full article available here. (Housing Ireland Magazine 2022, published in association with eolas magazine and […]

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Philip Lee is delighted to be the exclusive legal partner of this year’s Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Southern Construct. The conference will take place in Pairc Ui Chaoimh, Cork on 8 September. This year’s conference will explore the many challenges facing the industry and will bring together senior sector leaders, policy-makers, and other stakeholders to […]

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Ronan Dunne, partner and head of EU and competition law and Daniel Hanrahan, associate in the EU and competition law group were delighted to contribute to the latest edition of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe), providing an overview of the long-awaited implementation of the ECN+ Directive into Irish law. Full report available here. Published […]

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Philip Lee is the first Irish law firm to achieve accreditation as a Cycle Friendly Employer (CFE). The Cycle-Friendly Employer Award is an EU-wide programme established in 2017 by the European Cyclists’ Federation to encourage more people to cycle to work across the EU. Employers can be awarded gold, silver or bronze accreditation. Philip Lee […]

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From wearable heart monitors to a live-in robot that answers your medical questions, AI is transforming healthcare, before our eyes. The health technology industry has witnessed enormous growth over the past five years – in the United States, the industry was worth about $8 billion in 2016 but has grown to an estimated $44 billion […]

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A significant proportion of Irish employers will be obliged to publish information in 2022 in relation to the gender pay gap in their organisations. On 15 July, head of employment law at Philip Lee, Patrick Walshe, will be hosting a webinar on the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021. This seminar is designed to outline […]

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On Tuesday, the European Parliament passed the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Marketing Act (DMA) in what European Commissioner, Thierry Breton referred to as a “landslide vote”. Guided by the principle of making whatever is illegal offline, illegal online, the DSA sets out multiple standards related to corporate accountability and transparency while the DMA […]

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A Philip Lee team, led by head of our real estate group John O’Donoghue, banking partner Simon O’Neill and real estate senior associate Elaine Whelan, was delighted to advise First Home Scheme DAC on the real estate and banking elements of the First Home Scheme’s legal structure. The function of the First Home Scheme (the […]

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Philip Lee is pleased to announce the promotion of Anna Hickey and Rebecca McEvoy to partners in its thriving corporate group. The appointments reflect the continued expansion of the firm’s corporate transactional practice in response to buoyant M&A and consolidation activity in the Irish and UK markets. Anna Hickey advises Irish and international clients on […]

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Overview The European Commission has recently adopted its long-awaited proposal for a Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (the “Draft Directive”). The Draft Directive aims to address human rights and environmental rights impacts in global value chains and foster responsible corporate behaviour. In-scope companies will be required to identify actual and potential adverse environmental and human […]

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