A&L Goodbody launched a dedicated EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) site which will be a useful tool for companies in understanding the EU GDPR, and how it will affect their global operations.Commercial & Technology
Corporate law firm A&L Goodbody has been ranked as the leading legal advisor on deals transacted in Northern Ireland in the first nine months of 2015.Belfast
Corporate law firm A&L Goodbody has been named ‘Northern Ireland Law Firm of the Year 2015’ by leading international legal publication, Legal 500 UK.Belfast
The Irish Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, presented his Budget to the Irish Parliament on Tuesday, 13 October 2015. The Finance Bill will be published on 21 October 2015 and will contain further details of measures announced.Tax
The bulk of the Workplace Relations Act (the "Act") comes into effect today. This is the biggest overhaul of the dispute resolution procedures in employment law in Ireland since the EAT was established nearly 50 years ago and it's vital for employers to know how the new regime will work.
A&L Goodbody has been named 'International Law Firm in the Americas 2015' at the International Tax Review Americas Awards ceremony
As the world becomes more digitally connected, how can society protect itself from cyber-risks? That is the question being put to university students across Ireland as part of corporate law firm A&L Goodbody’s Bold Ideas Student Innovation Award competition, which was launched today.
A&L Goodbody has once again been ranked as the leading legal advisor by value of deals transacted in Northern Ireland in the first half of 2015.
The vast majority of the provisions of the Companies Act 2014 came into force on Monday 1 June 2015. The Act consolidates and restates a lot of existing company law but also brings in a significant number of changes which will affect the way business is done.
A&L Goodbody has once again been named 'Irish Tax Firm of the Year 2015' at the International Tax Review European Awards ceremony in London.
The Companies Act 2014 effects a number of significant new and amended provisions for Irish companies and will affect the way business has been done in the past.
Irish businesses exposed to significant legal risk due to lack of preparedness for cyber attackCommercial & Technology