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National laws on EU sanctions will be better aligned

European Union - December 6 2022 In the wake of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, the Council of the EU has decided that Member State legislation on sanctions should be better…

Audrey Byrne, Michael Coonan, Stephen FitzSimons, Heather Mahon, Peter Osborne

Central Bank’s Tracker Mortgage Examination and Investigation - Firm level investigations draw to a close

Ireland - October 14 2022 On 27 September 2022, the Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) reprimanded and fined Bank of Ireland €100.5 million pursuant to its…

Amy Brick, Rosaleen Byrne, William Shanahan

EU Sanctions Targeting Russia: Authorisations seeking release of Frozen Funds or Economic Resources are the Preserve of the Central Bank

European Union, Ireland, Ukraine - October 12 2022 As discussed in our previous briefings, the EU, in response to the invasion of Ukraine, has introduced significant further restrictive measures in…

Amy Brick, Rosaleen Byrne, Louise Mitchell, Peter Osborne

You’ve been served! Service of judicial and extrajudicial documents between Member States under the new EU Service Regulation

European Union, Ireland - October 6 2022 As of 1 July 2022, Regulation (EU) 2020/1784 on the service in the Member States of judicial and extrajudicial documents in civil or commercial…

Amy Brick

English Courts Stay Proceedings to Give Effect to Brexit Transitional Provisions

European Union, United Kingdom - July 28 2022 The English courts have held that the “lis pendens” provisions of Brussels I Recast apply to proceedings commenced in that jurisdiction after the…

Seán Barton