The Technology, Media and Communications Team at Irish law firm Mason Hayes & Curran offers analysis of coming trends in the field of data protection. Today’s date marks Data Protection Day 2016 – a day aimed at raising awareness and promoting best practices for privacy and data protection.
Darragh Coffey, a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge, writes about the ongoing deportation case of a suspected Islamic extremist. The Court of Appeal is currently hearing arguments as to whether a man alleged to have links to the so-called Islamic State (IS) should be
Technology in the 21st Century is providing us with the means to communicate our thoughts and ideas across the planet in a way that would have been unthinkable, even 10 years ago. However good the technology is, it cannot pick up the subtleties of a language, the culture that underpins it, or even t
Wendy Lyon Wendy Lyon, solicitor at Dublin firm KOD Lyons, writes about the impact of strict immigration rules on Ireland's hospitality industry.
Maxine Orr, partner at Worthingtons Solicitors in Belfast
Les Allamby Les Allamby, chief commissioner of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission (NIHRC), marks Human Rights Day by talking about the importance of universal human rights.
Mark Orr QC Mark Orr QC offers helpful advice and eight top tips to businesses and bank customers looking to protect themselves while borrowing money.
Ciara O'Kennedy Solicitor Ciara O'Kennedy writes on the implementation of Ireland's Workplace Relations Act 2015.