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In Short: What Does Your Emoji Say About You?

Ireland - May 24 2018 In an ongoing UK case a defendant has alleged that the posting of a sad emoji face as part of an update to customers was a breach of contract. Phones...

Garrett Breen, Orla Shevlin.

High Court considers meaning of "inordinate delay" in application to dismiss proceedings for want of prosecution

Ireland - May 4 2018 The High Court considered the meaning of "inordinate delay" in an application to have proceedings dismissed for want of prosecution on grounds of...

Garrett Breen, Patrick Murphy.

FAI Settle High Court Proceedings Relating to Appeal Against 12 Month Suspension of Former Athlone Town Football Players for Match-fixing

Ireland - April 19 2018 The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has settled High Court proceedings brought by two former Athlone Town football players suspended by the FAI...

Patrick Murphy, Craig Sowman.

One to Watch: Positive Reporting Obligation Declared Unconstitutional

Ireland - April 18 2018 The offence under s.9 (1)(b) of the Offences Against the State (Amendment) Act 1998 (the "1998 Act") of failing to comply with a positive obligation...

Garrett Breen, Orla Shevlin.

Is the Restriction on Athlete Advertising during Olympic Games an Abuse of a Dominant Position?

Ireland - February 26 2018 The Bundeskartellamt, the German competition authority, recently brought administrative proceedings against the International Olympic Council (IOC)...

Patrick Murphy, Craig Sowman, Cormac Little.