Freshfields partner James Smethurst The key for business during the Brexit process is to maintain an uninterrupted service to clients, according to a new report on the legal impact of Brexit on the UK-based financial services sector from a Magic Circle law firm.
A general and absolute prohibition of any advertising for the provision of oral and dental care services is incompatible with EU law but objectives relating to the protection of public health and of the dignity of the profession of dentistry may, nevertheless, justify supervision of the form and man
A woman who was denied leave to remain in the UK after overstaying her six-month visa for almost seven years has had her application for judicial review dismissed in the High Court. The woman argued that the Home Office decision maker had erred in not allowing her case to go to a Tribunal, and that
Paul McGarry SC, chair of the Bar Council of Ireland There are opportunities and challenges for the Irish legal profession in the wake of Brexit, Paul McGarry SC, chair of the Bar Council of Ireland, told a Seanad committee yesterday.
Gardaí have consistently misunderstood their powers to search suspected dissident republicans without a warrant, according to a ruling in the Special Criminal Court. The court has thrown out evidence in the trial of a man accused of smuggling an IRA communiqué out of Portlaoise Prison because gard
Mortgage approvals in Ireland rose 62 per cent over the year to March 2017, according to new figures from the Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI). The BPFI Mortgage Approvals Report shows 3,218 mortgages were approved per month, on average, over the three months to March.
Ireland will have three Data Protection Commissioners under new legislation implementing the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), The Irish Times reports. The new regulation, which enters force on 25 May 2018, introduces major changes throughout the EU around the appointment of data protect
Jim Allister An MLA has expressed concerns that witnesses in the RHI inquiry could be "gagged" because of rules that allow them to be forced to pay legal fees in certain circumstances, the News Letter reports.
Belfast firm Cleaver Fulton Rankin is set to hold a charity cinema screening of Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge in June. The firm will screen the new released on Thursday 1 June at Movie House Cinemas, Dublin Road, Belfast to raise cash for Barnardos' Northern Ireland.
An 81-year-old man has been unsuccessful in his application for leave to appeal both the severity of his sentence of six years' imprisonment and his conviction for chronic abuse of eight of his children. He argued that the judge had erred in refusing his application to vacate his guilty plea after h