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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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The High Court has ordered a wind farm operator to make discovery of raw wind farm data and other records to plaintiffs who have alleged in section 160 planning injunction proceedings that the wind farm is causing a nuisance in terms of noise, vibration and shadow-flicker. In Byrne & Others v ABO Wind Ireland & […]

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Introduction The regulation of crowdfunding in Ireland, and indeed a unified approach across Europe has been long awaited. Due to the continued growth and development of crowdfunding across Europe over the past number of years the following pieces of legislation have been brought into effect to provide that much needed unified framework for the regulation […]

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SynOx Therapeutics Ltd, an Irish incorporated clinical stage biopharmaceutical company, has announced the closing of a €37 million Series A financing co-led by HealthCap and Medicxi and joined by investors Forbion and Gimv. SynOx, a spin out of oncology company Celleron Therapeutics Ltd, secured exclusive world-wide rights for the clinical development, manufacturing and commercialisation of […]

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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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Paris investor Omnes has acquired a controlling stake in the Irish solar PV developer Power Capital Renewable Energy (PCRE), who will focus on developing and building a 500 megawatt solar PV portfolio in Ireland. PCRE is set to be a dominant player in the emerging Irish solar sector over the next decade. Our corporate team […]

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The last of our 4 part Philip Lee Green Finance Series looks at the integration of the EU Green Deal measures. In Part 3 we touched on the importance of preventing greenwashing to ensure investor trust and the implications the measures have for the banking sector in particular. The Taxonomy and disclosure framework under the […]

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In the earlier parts in this Philip Lee Green Finance Series for Climate Finance Week Ireland 2020 we considered the EU Green Deal (Note 1) and the EU Taxonomy, Putting the Green in Green Finance (Note 2). In Part 3 of the Series, we look at Green Bonds and Green Loans as a means to […]

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