Blogs



Blog: CJEU rules on liability of internet platforms for user uploads

William Fry partner Colette Brady and trainee solicitor Darragh Larkin consider the latest EU case law on user-generated content.

Published 19 July 2021

Patricia Daly: Explaining the HSE's complaints procedure

Pat Daly breaks down the HSE's complaints procedure in the context of increasing confusion and reluctance among families during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Published 16 July 2021

Matthew Howse: Litigation trends in the post-Covid world

Matthew Howse, partner at Eversheds Sutherland in Belfast, considers whether resort to litigation will become more common again as we move into the post-Covid world.

Published 14 July 2021

Dr Cian Ó Concubhair: New Garda Powers Bill fails to protect rights of journalists

Dr Cian Ó Concubhair explores whether proposed new legislation contains adequate safeguards for journalists and publishers.

Published 6 July 2021

Blog: The New SCCs – what businesses need to know

Sarah Slevin and Natalie Dillon of Ronan Daly Jermyn explore the fundamental objectives of the new SCCs and the key dates and steps organisations should now take.

Published 1 July 2021

Rosemary Connolly: Important judgment recognises women's greater burden of childcare

Rosemary Connolly, principal solicitor at Rosemary Connolly Solicitors, Employment and Equality Lawyers, examines a significant decision in a sex discrimination claim in England.

Published 30 June 2021

Blog: What does SCARP mean for landlords?

William Fry partner Ruairi Rynn and senior associate Niamh Cacciato consider the impact of SCARP on landlords.

Published 24 June 2021

Elizabeth Denham: Use of live facial recognition technology in public is deeply concerning

Elizabeth Denham, the UK Information Commissioner, expresses serious concern over facial recognition technology.

Published 18 June 2021

Rosemary Connolly: Claimaint in sex discrimination claim fails to win interim relief

Rosemary Connolly, principal solicitor at Rosemary Connolly Solicitors, Employment and Equality Lawyers, examines a significant decision in a sex discrimination claim in England.

Published 17 June 2021

Gareth Planck: Hardship ahead for Northern Ireland's commercial renters

Gareth Planck, partner at Eversheds Sutherland, considers the commercial property landscape in Northern Ireland.

Published 16 June 2021

Fidelma McManus: Is cost rental a feasible approach to increasing Ireland’s affordable housing supply?

Fidelma McManus, partner and head of housing at Beauchamps, explores whether the cost rental model is a feasible approach to increasing Ireland's affordable housing supply.

Published 14 June 2021

Professor Colin Harvey: Making Northern Ireland's 'special arrangement' work

Professor Colin Harvey of Queen's University Belfast School of Law considers the post-Brexit challenges for Northern Ireland.

Published 11 June 2021

Helena Sheizon: EU Settlement Scheme – last chance to get your tickets on board

The EU Settlement Scheme will start wrapping up on 30 June 2021. Some EU nationals may have already missed the boat, and some may actually be on the boat but may still need to buy a ticket, writes Helena Sheizon, immigration lawyer and founder of Kadmos Consultants.

Published 9 June 2021

Eugene F Collins: Enforcement of judgments between Ireland and the UK post-Brexit

Eugene F Collins partner Paul Dempsey and associate Rachel Solanki consider what options creditors have in the aftermath of Brexit in enforcing a judgement handed down by a UK court in Ireland or vice versa.

Published 3 June 2021

Tom O'Malley: A new equality for Ireland's criminal justice system

Tom O’Malley SC explains his interest in sexual offending and the background to his appointment as chair of the review of protections for vulnerable witnesses in the investigation and prosecution of sexual offences.

Published 28 May 2021