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The firm acted for medtech company Incereb Limited on its sale to Lifelines Neurodiagnostic Systems. The Lifelines group of companies brings together products and services from around the globe, to advance its mission of changing lives through neurodiagnostic innovation. Lifelines has design and manufacturing facilities in the United Kingdom and Ireland, and distributes products and services […]

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A noticeable aspect of the 2014 European Public Procurement Directive was the emphasis placed on the use of electronic communication in order to provide efficiencies in tendering. On 18 October 2018, a number of additional regulations come into force for all contracting authorities subject to EU procurement rules. Firstly, from Thursday, all communication or information […]

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1. Capital Acquisitions Tax Thresholds The applicable CAT threshold for gifts or inheritances from a parent to child will be increased by €10,000 from €310,000 to €320,000 applicable for gifts and inheritances on or after 10 October 2018. 2. Key Employee Engagement Programme (KEEP) The KEEP scheme was introduced by the Finance Act 2017 and […]

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As published in The Irish Examiner, 12 October 2018. The purchase by a company of its own shares is one of the most common methods of exiting a business without requiring a sale or liquidation of the company. There are two separate pieces of legislation that are relevant, the first being the Companies Act 2014 […]

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As published in the Sunday Business Post, 30 September 2018. Flexible working is on the rise, with more individuals requesting it than ever, but employers are under no obligation to comply.   Traditional working patterns – typically the 9 to 5 working day – are fast becoming antiquated in Ireland, as in the rest of […]

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This article first appeared in Irish Tax Review, Vol. 31 No. 3 (2018) © Irish Tax Institute.   In the midst of Brexit, Tax Partner Amanda-Jayne Comyn and Senior Associate Aoife Gillespie explore the main tax and immigration considerations for companies and individuals navigating a route to Ireland. Read the full article here.

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Philip Lee is delighted to announce its appointment to the Lucozade Ribena Suntory (“LRS”) legal panel, the first formal legal panel for the organisation. The panel will provide legal advice and support to the company across the UK and Ireland. Philip Lee was chosen, together with other leading firms, not only for its strong capabilities […]

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Philip Lee staff were proud to take part in Pembroke Hall’s Difference Day at St. Raphael’s Special School, Celbridge. St. Raphael’s provides for children with moderate, severe and profound intellectual disability. The school was established in 1963 and is part of Saint John of God Kildare Services. Volunteers worked together to complete 12 projects in […]

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Philip Lee is delighted to announce for the second year that the firm is the exclusive legal partner and main gold sponsor of the Construction Industry Federation Annual Conference. The event will take place at Croke Park, Dublin on October 2nd. The theme of the event is “Constructing Ireland 2040: How the industry will shape […]

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Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust, Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust v Lancashire County Council [2018] EWHC 1589 (TCC) 22 June 2018 “a procurement in which the contracting authority cannot explain why it awarded the scores which it did fails the most basic standard of transparency”. The above submission accepted by Mr Justice Stuart-Smith in […]

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