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The Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications (DECC) has published the framework and associated new policy for Ireland’s future offshore electricity transmission system to facilitate significant growth in renewable energy and to help meet the ambitious target of 5GW of installed offshore wind generation by 2030. The full press release from the DECC is […]

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Philip Lee is proud to support the Dublin Climate Dialogues taking place on May 19 and 20. This Irish-initiated virtual conference will bring together global leaders across policy, finance and technology to form a declaration on how to turn net-zero pledges into concrete energy policies and actions to be adopted at COP26. The declaration will […]

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Philip Lee has been ranked as a top four M&A legal advisor by deal volume in the Irish market in Experian’s MarketIQ United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland M&A Review for Q1 2021. We are pleased to be recognised for our activity in the mergers and acquisitions sector. The full report is available here.

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The Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009, as amended (the “2009 Act”) brought substantial reform to the area of property and land law. One particular area that is subject to reform is the area of easements and profits à prendre. This area of law will see substantial changes come the 30 November 2021. What […]

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On May 6, Ciarán Cuffe MEP will host a critically important webinar on ‘Harnessing our Offshore Energy; Opportunities and Challenges for Ireland and the EU’. This webinar will focus on policy recommendations for the sustainable development of the offshore energy potential in Ireland and Europe, which is of significant importance in achieving renewable energy targets. […]

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Published in the Conveyancer and Property Lawyer ((2020) 4), Dr Edana Richardson (Maynooth University) and banking partner Simon O’ Neill’s paper provides a comparative analysis of the accommodation of Islamic mortgage-alternatives under Irish law. It draws on findings from two surveys of Ireland’s Muslim community and uses a comparative approach with the UK to highlight […]

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As from 23rd April 2021, all crypto and blockchain businesses in Ireland classified as Virtual Asset Service Providers will need to complete the Central Bank of Ireland registration process. This will apply to entities providing the following services: exchange between virtual assets and fiat currencies; exchange between one or more forms of virtual assets; transfer […]

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We are delighted that Philip Lee features so prominently in the latest Business Plus Magazine ‘Law Firms Who’s Who’ report about Ireland’s top commercial law firms. Managing Partner Jonathan Kelly looks back on how we leveraged our expertise to advise clients during the pandemic and shares his outlook for the legal sector as the year […]

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As published on Legal Island, 19 April 2021. In the second of a new series of articles on Legal Island, head of employment, Patrick Walshe, addresses key issues that often arise in relation to recruitment exercises including the importance of ensuring such processes are non-discriminatory and objective, taking up references and doing background checks and […]

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Published in the Irish Examiner, April 21 2021. Article by Eamon Quinn. The threat to UEFA from a breakaway league is unlikely to go away, because EU and UK competition law is unlikely to stop a European Super League from coming into effect. Head of Competition, Regulated Markets and EU law, Ronan Dunne, discusses in […]

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