Irish Supreme Court: Irish government’s proposed approach to ratifying CETA unconstitutional
The Irish Supreme Court in November ruled that the Irish government’s proposed approach to ratifying the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) is unconstitutional.
In this publication, we consider key facts and findings from the Supreme Court, as well as the proposal for legislative reform to cure the unconstitutionality.
For more information in relation to this topic, please contact Joe Kelly, Partner, Paula Gibbs, Senior Associate, Kevin Purcell, Associate, Orla Clayton, Knowledge Lawyer, Joanna Siewierska, or your usual contact on ALG's Disputes and Investigation team.
With special thanks to Joanna Siewierska, Paralegal for her assistance on writing this article.
A version of this article was originally published on Practical Law Arbitration on 25 November.
Date published: 8 December 2022