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Objective Bias: How Independent Does an Independent Investigator Need to Be?

Ireland - July 16 2018 Insights on objective bias and laying the groundwork for robust investigations arising from the recent Court of Appeal decision in Nasheuer v...

Megan Hooper, Caitriona Ryan.

Bribery - Out with the Old, In with the New!

United Kingdom, Ireland - July 13 2018 Ireland has adopted its latest Corruption Act. As well as updating the existing bribery offences, the new Act provides for several new corruption...

Imelda Higgins, Megan Hooper, Karyn Harty.

When Does Time Start to Run for Limitation Purposes in Property Damage Claims Based on Negligence?

Ireland - June 12 2018 In a recent case, the Supreme Court has confirmed that time starts to run for limitation purposes in property damage claims based on negligence from...

Barrett Chapman.

Double Jeopardy and Administrative Sanctions

European Union, Ireland - June 11 2018 The application of the double jeopardy or ne bis in idem principle in the context of administrative sanctions is sometimes controversial. In four...

Tony Spratt, Éamon Ó Cuív, David Byers, Roy Parker, Fergus Gillen, Adrian Farrell, Hugh Beattie.

Corporate “Managers” Beware

Ireland - May 31 2018 In a recent judgment, the Court of Appeal has given an updated interpretation to the meaning of a “manager” of a body corporate for the purposes of...

Megan Hooper, Clare Carroll.