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  1. England

    1. London

      Augustine House, Austin Friars, London EC2N 2HA, England T 44 20 7382 0800 F 44 20 7382 0810
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  3. Northern Ireland

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  1. Meeting competitors: what executives may, and, may not do - the competition law angle

    European Union - February 16 2015

    Every executive in business inevitably meets competitors. Commercial life probably could not function if one did not meet competitors at some point -

  2. Data protection reform - one stop shop complexity

    European Union - February 17 2015

    The political machinations continue at EU level and predictions for publication of a final form Data Protection Regulation increasingly refer to 2016

  3. 'Zero hours' contracts are here to stay

    Ireland - February 20 2015

    The public consultation on the use of zero-hours contracts in Northern Ireland closed at the end of September 2014. Following the consultation

  4. Wearable technology & the digital revolution in sport where does the law fit in?

    Ireland - February 23 2015

    The evolution and expansion of wearable technology in sport together with the ever-increasing reliance on performance analysis software as a coaching

  5. Central Bank publishes enforcement priorities for 2015

    Ireland - February 17 2015

    On 9 February 2015 the Central Bank of Ireland published a statement of enforcement priorities for 2015. This is its fifth annual statement of areas

  1. UK government announces changes in law in a bid to crack down on nuisance callers

    United Kingdom - March 2 2015

    On 25 February 2015, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport announced that it is changing the laws with regard to nuisance calls. The

  2. MMF Regulation

    European Union - February 27 2015

    The European Parliament is scheduled to consider the Regulation on Money Market Funds (MMF Regulation) on 25 March 2015

  3. Central Bank appointment of Gerry Cross to the role of Director, Policy and Risk

    Ireland - February 27 2015

    The Central Bank announced the appointment of Gerry Cross to the role of Director, Policy and Risk. In his new role (commencing 5 May), Mr Cross will

  4. Fitness and Probity - Frequently Asked Questions

    Ireland - February 27 2015

    he central Bank issued an updated Fitness and Probity - Frequently Asked Questions which were updated with changes in respect of Significant Credit

  5. Central Bank enforcement priorities for 2015

    Ireland - February 27 2015

    The Central Bank published its statement of enforcement priorities for 2015. The Central Bank's enforcement strategy is focused on deterring breaches