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Regulator Foots Bulk of Costs Bill in Largely Successful Appeal

Ireland - December 13 2017 The High Court has held that absent an established practice or firm line of jurisprudence precluding a costs award against a regulatory body in...

Megan Hooper.


What Now For Mandatory Reporting of White Collar Offences?

United Kingdom, Ireland - November 27 2017 Section 19 of the Criminal Justice Act 2011 sets out the offence of “withholding information” and with it widespread mandatory reporting obligations...

Megan Hooper, Kevin Kennedy.


Next Up - A New Corporate Bribery Offence

Ireland - November 21 2017 Corporates will need to take reasonable measures to ensure that employees and other persons do not engage in bribery and corruption, or face criminal...

Imelda Higgins, Megan Hooper, Heather Mahon.


Corruption Prevention - Could do Better

Ireland - November 17 2017 GRECO, the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body recently published its Fourth Round Compliance Report on Ireland which focuses on corruption...

Imelda Higgins, Megan Hooper, Heather Mahon.


Supreme Court to Consider Irish Law on Bribery and Corruption

Ireland - November 14 2017 As the Criminal Justice (Corruption Offences) Bill 2017 starts to wend its way through the legislative process, the issues of bribery and corruption...

Imelda Higgins, Megan Hooper, Heather Mahon.