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The Consumer Rights Bill 2022: “Buyer Beware” or “Trader Beware”?

European Union, Ireland - May 13 2022 The Consumer Rights Bill 2022 will bring about a number of positive changes for consumers. The Bill will strengthen consumer rights, protections and…

Adam Finlay, Martina Firbank, Josh Hogan, Paul Lavery, Heather Mahon, Douglas McMahon, Martin O'Neill

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, Michael Coonan, Darragh Murphy, Fiona O'Beirne, Joanne O'Rourke

Financial Services: Senior Executive Accountability Regime

Ireland - August 9 2021 The General Scheme of the proposed new accountability regime for senior executives of regulated financial service providers has been published. When…

Seán Barton, Donal Hamilton, Josh Hogan, Stephen Holst, Darragh Murphy

Brexit: An Overview of Legal and Regulatory Implications

European Union, Global, Ireland, United Kingdom - March 9 2021 Now that the UK has left the EU and the transition period ended on 31 December 2020, this briefing considers the key points of the legal and…

Philip Andrews, Eva Barrett, David Byers, Joe Fay, Adam Finlay, Donal Hamilton, Paul Heffernan, Imelda Higgins, Paul Lavery, Heather Mahon, David O'Dea, Martin O'Neill, Orlaith Sheehy

Parent Company Liability for a Subsidiary’s Operations: Latest Judicial Guidance

Ireland, United Kingdom - February 26 2021 The English Supreme Court has yet again considered whether a holding company can be held liable for the actions of its subsidiary. As in Ireland, the…

Roddy Bourke, Garreth O'Brien