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The judgment of Mr Justice Twomey in the Word Perfect Translation Services Limited -v- The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform (No. 2) [2022] IEHC 219 provides valuable insight into the Courts’ developing approach to costs orders and the obligations placed on the Courts by section 169 of the Legal Services Regulation Act 2015 (the […]

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International investment company Delsk has sold three of its newly developed nursing homes to Aedifica, a listed company specialising in investments in European healthcare real estate, for approx. €57m. The newly-constructed nursing homes are based in Duleek, Co Meath, Riverstick, Co Cork and Dundalk, Co Louth, and can accommodate up to 346 residents. Philip Lee, […]

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‘MiCA’ the European Union’s proposed Regulation of Markets in Crypto-Assets has now entered its next stage of discussions. In the coming weeks EU officials from the European Commission, Council and Parliament will further debate the regulatory framework that is set to dramatically change the crypto landscape across the 27 member states. Importantly, the latest draft […]

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With business now reopened after the disruption of Covid-19 restrictions, the commercial property market is rebuilding itself and commercial premises are now back in demand. Often viewed as an insignificant aspect of a commercial lease, we have set out below the necessity of having a Deed of Renunciation and the practical aspects of ensuring that […]

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On 31 March 2022, the Marine Protection Area Advisory Group released a detailed analysis summarising the results of its public consultation on Ireland’s network of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). The public consultation began on 17 February 2021 and continued up to and including 30 July 2021.  The consultation took place as part of the Government’s […]

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Philip Lee is pleased to announce the appointment of Gerald Byrne as a partner in its dispute resolution and litigation practice. Gerald has extensive commercial and financial services litigation experience dealing with large-scale, complex, and multi-jurisdictional disputes. He has worked on a variety of litigation, regulatory and arbitration matters in Ireland, and internationally. He also […]

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Following the publication of the Government’s Connecting Government 2030 strategy, our public sector IT team will host a webinar on 28 April that will provide a brief overview of the new strategy as well as a discussion on the issues faced by the public sector in purchasing IT solutions in a manner that complies with […]

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The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage signed an order (SI. No. 112/2022) giving effect to the relevant provisions of the Maritime Area and Planning Act (MAP Act) governing the new Maritime Area Consent (MAC) regime.  The 10th of March 2022 was appointed as the day on which Part 4 (Maritime Area Consent) of […]

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As published in the Business Post, 27 March 2022. Until now, Irish employers have not been obliged to pay employees during sick leave, but new legislation changes that New statutory sick pay rules are due to come into force imminently in Ireland. This is an innovation for this country, as up until now, there was […]

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1. Mandatory Online Filing – Companies Registration Office (“CRO”) As part of the CRO’s continued digital transformation, certain CRO filings (listed below) will now only be accepted through the online CORE portal (and third-party company secretarial software) since 1 March 2022. Forms that are sent by post after this date will be returned for online […]

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