Karyn Harty

McCann FitzGerald LLP

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Q1 | 2019

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When investigating serious crime, is law enforcement entitled to access material which will or may identify journalistic sources?

Ireland - April 26 2022 The Court of Appeal has outlined the parameters of journalistic privilege and set down a firm marker for An Garda Síochána when applying for search…

Lesley Caplin

Irish Court Gives Guidance on Damages for Defamation

Ireland - March 23 2022 The Supreme Court has recently laid down welcome guidance on the appropriate range of damages for different levels of defamation; on the central role…

Audrey Byrne, Lesley Caplin

Discovery: Relevance and Necessity of Documents Immaterial Where No Ambiguity in Discovery Order

Ireland - February 15 2022 The High Court has held that where there is no ambiguity regarding the terms of a discovery order, the relevance and necessity of documents outside of…

Paula Fearon

The Digital Services Act makes Progress Through the Legislative Process

European Union, Ireland - January 26 2022 The EU Parliament (the “Parliament”) has adopted proposed content moderation, fundamental rights and targeted advertising amendments to the Digital…

Bébhinn Bollard, Audrey Byrne, Adam Finlay

Greenlight for Recruitment of New Online Safety Watchdog and Updated Bill Published

European Union, Ireland - January 18 2022 The Online Safety & Media Regulation Bill 2022 (the “OSMR Bill”) introduces large fines and potential criminal liability for…

Bébhinn Bollard, Audrey Byrne, Jaime Flattery