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Fieldfisher partner JP McDowell summarises a recent summit on the future of sports regulation in Ireland. I recently had the pleasure of chairing a fantastic panel on the future of sports regulation as part of Fieldfisher’s ongoing seminar series on regulation.

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Changes to dog breeding laws and practices are necessary to deal with Ireland's "dog crisis", according to a new paper from Fieldfisher. The 39-page paper, prepared by Fieldfisher associate Hannah Unger, director Rory Ferguson and solicitor Dearbhla Walsh on a pro bono basis, reviews Irish legislati

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Irish business leaders do not feel prepared for the cybersecurity challenges posed by artificial intelligence, a survey by Fieldfisher suggests. The firm's survey of corporate legal advisors and senior leaders found that 54 per cent believe Ireland's cybersecurity infrastructure is not secure agains

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Fieldfisher Ireland LLP has appointed Jonathan Moore and Johan Verbruggen as partners, bringing its total partner count to 15. Mr Moore joins the firm's planning and environmental practice, while Mr Verbruggen will head up its medical negligence team.

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Eimear Burke, Hannah Unger and Ciara Long of Fieldfisher examine a key Circuit Court decision concerning the application of Ireland's new capacity law. In a recent key Circuit Court decision concerning the application of the Assisted Decision-Making Capacity Act 2015 (as amended), the appointment of

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Fieldfisher associate Hannah Unger and solicitor Dearbhla Walsh propose reforms to Irish dog breeding legislation. As Christmas draws closer and people across Ireland consider whether a puppy could be the perfect gift, it is important to take a moment and consider whether this is a right decision to

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Our regular round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. Amgen Inc. has completed its $27.5 billion acquisition of Dublin-based global biotechnology company Horizon Therapeutics plc in one of the largest transactions of the year.

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European law firm Fieldfisher has promoted 10 team members in Dublin to the role of director. The new directors are Aine Grogan, Amy McMahon, Aoife Stack, Conor Folan, James Roche, Joanna Bannon, Neil Cahill, Neil Dineen, Noreen McGovern and Rory Ferguson.

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European firm Fieldfisher has agreed a 10-year lease on a new Dublin headquarters at Mespil Road as it plans to grow its footprint in the Irish market. The firm’s new premises along the Grand Canal in Dublin city centre is a newly-developed stand-alone building comprising 4,460sq m of grade A

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European law firm Fieldfisher has appointed Ciara Burke as a partner to lead its data protection and privacy offering in Dublin. A privacy and data protection expert, Ms Burke joins Fieldfisher from Meta, having also worked previously at LinkedIn, where she provided in-house counsel on matters of da

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Our regular round-up of deals involving Irish law firms. Submit your deals to newsdesk@irishlegal.com. International audit, accounting, outsourcing, compliance and advisory group Azets has entered the Irish market with the acquisition of Baker Tilly Ireland, which has rebranded as Azets Ireland.

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Fieldfisher senior associates Will Glover and Neil Cahill examine the record to date of Ireland's Corporate Enforcement Authority (CEA). Heralded as "an Irish FBI for white-collar crime" by former Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, the Corporate Enforcement Authority (CEA) marked its six-month anniversary on 7

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Fieldfisher has announced the appointment of three new associates: Ciara Gilroy (insolvency and restructuring), Steven Whelan (public and regulatory) and Clodagh Morrissey (public and regulatory).

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