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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, Stephen FitzSimons, Heather Mahon, Fiona O'Beirne, Peter Osborne

AIE appeal explores presidential immunity under the Irish Constitution

European Union, Ireland - October 28 2022 There is little or no judicial authority concerning the role of the President of Ireland or the place of the President in the constitutional order…

Catherine Derrig

The Court of Appeal examines the definition of “public authority” under the AIE Regulations

European Union, Ireland - October 4 2022 In an important decision, the Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court judgment which had held that any entity with a licence to generate…

Bébhinn Bollard

EU Sanctions Targeting Russia: Further Developments

European Union, Ireland, Russia - June 28 2022 Our earlier briefing (here) outlined key restrictive measures targeting Russia introduced by the EU in early March. In this briefing, we take stock of…

Philip Andrews, Audrey Byrne, Darragh Murphy, Fiona O'Beirne, Joanne O'Rourke, Peter Osborne

EU Sanctions Targeting Russia: Key Developments

European Union - March 4 2022 In the last week, the EU has issued a wide range of sanctions against Russia in quick succession. In this briefing, we highlight the key developments…

Philip Andrews, Audrey Byrne, Darragh Murphy, Fiona O'Beirne, Joanne O'Rourke, Peter Osborne