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    EU AML package: the current state of play

    In July of last year, the European Commission announced a package of legislative proposals designed to strengthen the EU's framework of laws on anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT).

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    RINA case: European court’s ruling on state immunity and ship registration

    A&L Goodbody's Dr Vincent Power was recently invited to write for the Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law on the important EU shipping law case of LG and others v. Rina SpA, Ente Registro Italiano Navale (Case C-641/18 before the Court of Justice of the European Union).

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    Brexit update on trends and developments for Debt Capital Markets

    We have summarised below two Brexit related topics currently relevant in the Irish market and which we expect will continue to be an area of focus in the short-to-medium term.

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    Brexit: Caught unawares by the possible UK-Australia beef deal? Monitor other possible deals

    Many in the UK and elsewhere have been surprised by the possibility that a "no-quota/no-tariff" deal between the UK and Australia could mean huge imports of Australian beef into the UK.

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    Registration of Aircraft – FAQs and Impact of Brexit

    This audio provides information on the Registration of Aircraft in Ireland, with a particular focus on the most frequently asked questions received from our clients and the impact of Brexit.

    Aviation & Transport Finance
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    The Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement finally enters into full force on 1 May 2021

    The Brexit Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) finally enters into full force on 1 May 2021

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    Happy Christmas in April? The Christmas Eve Brexit deal approved in April by European Parliament

    The Brexit-related Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) between the EU and the UK was announced on Christmas Eve 2020.

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    Brexit and M&A: Canadian case proves that the EU could still block UK M&A Deals despite Brexit

    A proposed Canadian M&A deal – which has just been abandoned because of EU opposition to the deal - gives a glimpse of possible future tensions between the EU and the UK over Brexit.

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    Q&A guide to the Brexit Trade & Cooperation Agreement

    The adoption in December 2020 of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement between the European Union and the United Kingdom was welcomed because it avoided a No Deal Brexit.

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    Five things you might not have known about Brexit’s Trade and Cooperation Agreement

    Despite being announced on 24 December 2020 and signed on 30 December 2020, the TCA is still not in full force.  For example, it is still only "provisional". The European Parliament and the European Council have yet to sign off on the document. It is expected that they will sign off by the end of April 2020. So, Brexit is not yet done!

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    Two weeks remain to register for the Irish Temporary Run-Off Regime

    UK insurers and intermediaries have until 31 March to notify the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) of the application to them of the temporary run-off regime provided for in Part 10 of the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (Consequential Provisions) Act 2020. 

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    Litigating with a UK entity post Brexit

    The Brexit transition period expired on 31 December 2020. From 1 January 2021 new rules apply when dealing with UK entities regarding which courts have jurisdiction to deal with disputes; how any UK court judgment can be enforced in Ireland and how to serve UK entities with Irish legal proceedings.

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