Articles - 11 July

A selection of articles from journals recently received in the Law Society Library are highlighted below.

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Articles available

  • Cunningham, D. High Court considers limited reopening of old cases in the Revenue Commissioners v Tobin (2024) Irish Tax Review 37(2) 164-170. Taxation - Revenue Commissioners - Appeals - Time Limits.

  • Holohan, B. Speak to me July (2024) Law Society Gazette (Ire) 118(6) 28-31. Costs - Mediation - Legal Profession - Clients - Solicitors Duties and Obligations - Statutory Duties - Statutory Requirement to Advise Clients - Statutory Declaration - Costs Penalty.

  • Lawrence, E. Registering a new charity with the Charities Regulator (2024) Irish Tax Review 37(2) 125-129. Charities - Registration - Charities Regulator.

  • Little, C. Seize the day July (2024) Law Society Gazette (Ire) 118(6) 56-59. Competition Law - Criminal Law - Dawn Raids - Data Collection - Legally Privileged Material - Statutory Interpretation - Regulators - Investigative Powers.

  • O’Connell, K. Planning ahead for the best outcome June/July (2024) Accountancy Ireland 56(3) 58-60. Taxation - Small to Medium Enterprises - Tax Planning.

  • Prendergast, A. ‘Dispute agency reform in Ireland has avoided ‘politicisation’ 4 July (2024) Industrial Relations News Issue 26. Dispute Resolution - Reform - Political Consensus - Workplace Conflict Resolution.

  • Prendergast, A. ‘‘Judgement of Solomon’ decision for Irish Rail worker’ 4 July (2024) Industrial Relations News Issue 26. Employment - Employers’ Powers and Duties - Unfair Dismissal - Drug Possession - Criminal Prosecution - Disciplinary Procedures - Industrial Relations - Award.

  • Twiggs, L. Tales from the crypto July (2024) Law Society Gazette (Ire) 118(6) 37-41. Cybercrime - Crypto-Assets - EU Law - Regulation - Risks - Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation.

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