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Pictured (l-r): Bill Foster, Fragomen; Joyce Rigby Jones, Voltedge; Richard Martin, Managing Partner, Ronan Daly Jermyn; Jennifer Cashman, Head Employment Group, Ronan Daly Jermyn; Trayc Keevans, Morgan McKinley; and Noelle O Connell, European Movement Ireland Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney

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Major US-based law firm Covington & Burling is set to open a base in Dublin in the wake of the Brexit vote, Law.com reports. The international firm is reportedly hiring Maree Gallagher to run a life sciences and technology practice in Ireland, which is currently awaiting regulatory clearance fro

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The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill has passed its second reading in the House of Commons by 326 votes to 290. The bill, which repeals the European Communities Act 1972, was debated over two days and its passage marks a significant step towards the UK's exit from the European Union. It will now mov

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Ireland will become much more isolated after Brexit as one of only two common law jurisdictions remaining in the European Union, leading Irish legal experts have warned. Paul Gallagher SC, a former Attorney General of Ireland, told a UCD Sutherland School of Law seminar on Friday that differences be

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Lucinda Creighton, a former Irish minister for European affairs The Irish Government's annual legal costs will increase after Brexit because the UK will no longer influence negotiations on its behalf or help to transpose EU legislation into common law.

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An alliance of charities, NGOs and trade unions have joined an alliance to scrutinise the Great Repeal Bill ahead of its second reading next week. Its members include Amnesty International, Greenpeace, the trade union Unison and human rights groups Global Justice Now and Open Rights Group.

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Professor Carl Baudenbacher A top EU judge has laid out a plan that would see the UK retaining access to the single market without being answerable to the Court of Justice after Brexit.

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The number of Irish passports issued in the UK is due to almost double this year compared with the last full year prior to Brexit, Ireland’s ambassador to the country has said. Dan Mulhall (pictured) said that before Brexit, 50,000 Irish passports were issued in Britain each year.

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