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E-Invoicing in Public Procurement: Ireland Fails to Transpose New Rules

European Union, Ireland - June 11 2019 On 21 May 2019 the European Commission sent a letter of formal notice to Ireland (and 11 other Member States) due to its alleged failure to transpose...

Orlaith Sheehy, Barbara Linehan.

Competition Clearance: An Update in relation to Property Investment Transactions

Ireland - March 14 2019 In every investment property transaction, investors and their advisers need to consider the potential requirement for approval of the Irish...

Shane Fahy, Philip Andrews.

High Court says Clarity is Key: Agree to Arbitrate and You are Presumed to Want to Arbitrate

Ireland - January 24 2019 In the recent judgment of K&J Townmore Construction Ltd v Kildare and Wicklow Education and Training Board, in referring a contractual dispute to...

Sean Carr.

Contractors Required to Dig Deeper as New Regulations Strengthen the Rights of Posted Workers in Ireland

USA, Ireland - August 15 2016 The European Union (Posting of Workers) Regulations have been signed into law as of 27 July 2016, strengthening the enforcement of employment rights...

Mary Brassil, Barrett Chapman, Terence McCrann.

Court of Appeal Confirms that Waste Licences Can Only Be Transferred in Accordance with the Statutory Scheme

Ireland - April 14 2016 In a recent case, the Court of Appeal has affirmed on appeal the High Court's ruling that a waste licence granted to an operator under the Waste...

Elva Carbery, Michelle Doyle.