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The requirements of the IORP II Directive have been transposed into Irish law. Stephen Gillick and PAtrick O'Connor assess the significant impact of the new regulations on the Irish pensions' landscape.
With so many good businesses shut, the cash-flow drain caused by Covid closures has focused attention on the effectiveness of examinership and its usefulness across business sectors. Barry Lyons hammers it out.
It has taken society a long time to recognise that those who witness
the horrors inflicted on our most vulnerable citizens are affected by
what they see and hear, writes Tony Bates.
An increasing number of financial firms see independent
and emerging music artists as the next lucrative asset class.
Why are funds investing in music, and why in Ireland?
Barry O’Connor rocks out
Costs follow the event – though there have been exceptions, specifically
in criminal cases. Has the amendment of order 36 of the Rules of the
District Court opened the Gates of Hell? Matthew Holmes
surveys the Ninth Circle
Assessing and addressing risk and compliance in your law firm is increasingly important - but where to start? Rebecca Atkinson swings into action.
Time's up for tracking tools - so don't get caught with your hand in the cookie jar, warn Sean O'Donnell and Kelly Mackey.
'If you're Irish, come into the parlour, there's a welcome there for you.' The road to Irish citizenship, however, might not carry the same 'welcome on the mat' for some. Carol Sinnot finds out whether this is the place for you.
Eileen Quinn was shot dead by Royal Irish Constabulary Auxiliaries while sitting outside her house on 1 November 2020. Gerard Quinn assesses the incident and praises the actions of solicitor Dr AD Comyn at the subsequent Military Court inquest.
The High Court has issued judgment in what will surely come to be regarded as a seminal case involving motor insurance. Colin Lynch puts the pedal to the metal.