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Legal Updates & Insights

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    Brexit Immigration update - European Temporary Leave to Remain

    The Government has published updated guidance on arrangements for EEA and Swiss citizens coming to the UK to visit, study, work or join family in the event of a 'no...

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    Insurance: Irish Government Publishes Brexit Bill

    Part 8 of the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Consequential Provisions) Bill 2019 relates to insurance.   UK insurers and insurance intermediaries that will still have Irish business (i...

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    BREXIT: The UK to have a “Montreal Moment”?

    They were all set to go.  The world expected them to leave.  They planned to regain independence.  They wanted to make new laws.  There were many who were opposed but...

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    A no-deal Brexit: Competition law and consequences for businesses in Ireland

    Following the referendum held on 23 June 2016, the UK Government submitted a notification to the European Union (EU) on 29 March 2017 of its intention to withdraw the UK from the EU.

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    Contracts, on-line selling and staying the right side of EU and Irish competition law

    EU and Irish competition law prohibit anti-competitive agreements between companies. In Ireland, agreements which breach EU and Irish competition law can have material adverse consequences for those involved...

    EU, Competition & Procurement
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    Politics and the application of competition law in Ireland

    It has already been an eventful year for competition law regulators given the growing political involvement and wider geo-political effects of transactions (as well as business practices).

    EU, Competition & Procurement
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    Cartels and Leniency Law in Ireland 2019

    Dr Vincent Power, Head of A&L Goodbody's EU, Competition & Procurement Group, provides an overview of the legal framework, policies and guidance in relation to cartels and leniency law in...

    EU, Competition & Procurement
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    EDPB publishes Work Program for 2019/2020

    The EDPB has published information notes on Data Transfers under the GDPR in the Event of a No-Deal Brexit, and on BCRs for Companies Which Have ICO as BCR Lead...

    Commercial Contracts
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    EDPB publishes information notes on data transfers in the event of a no-deal Brexit and on BCRs

    The EDPB has published information notes on Data Transfers under the GDPR in the Event of a No-Deal Brexit, and on BCRs for Companies Which Have ICO as BCR Lead...

    Commercial Contracts
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    BREXIT: how (and where) commercial disputes would be litigated after a “no deal” Brexit

    The effects of Brexit on major commercial transactions and the resolution of commercial disputes will ultimately depend on the terms on which the UK leaves the European Union. An extreme ...

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    BREXIT: Irish subsidiaries of UK firms warned of more dawn raids

    One of the unforeseen consequences of Brexit is that Irish businesses could be subject to more competition dawn raids by the European Commission as the option of conducting these unannounced...

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    BREXIT: pay-when-paid clauses in construction contracts

    Cash flow is the life blood of the construction industry, goes the mantra. Construction projects often have long supply chains. When cash stops flowing down the chain, businesses can fail....

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