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IOC Challenge CAS Decision to Overturn Doping Ban against Russian Skier

Global - October 18 2018 A Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) decision to reinstate gold and silver medals to a Russian cross-country skier has been appealed to the Swiss...

Patrick Murphy, Craig Sowman.

AC Milan Free to Play in Europa League after UEFA Ban Overturned

Global - October 12 2018 The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has partially upheld an appeal by AC Milan against a UEFA ban following the club's breach of UEFA Club...

Patrick Murphy, Craig Sowman.

Privilege in Internal Investigations - Where Are We Now?

United Kingdom, Ireland - October 8 2018 The UK Serious Fraud Office has now said it will not appeal last month’s Court of Appeal judgment in Director of the Serious Fraud Office v Eurasian...

Lisa Carty, Catherine Thuillier, Paul Convery.

New Government Legislation Programme: Industry & Sector Specific Breakdown AutumnWinter 2018

Ireland - September 24 2018 The Government Legislation Programme of the Partnership Government for the Autumn session has been published. The Cabinet has approved 39 new bills...

Barry Conway, Brian O'Callaghan, Maura Roe, Lisa Carty, Kenneth Morgan, Naoise Harnett, Brian Duffy, Ted McGrath, Fiona Barry, David Maughan, Eavan Saunders, Garrett Breen, Edward Spain, John O'Connor, Rachel Stanton, Andrew Muckian, Leo Moore, Jarleth Heneghan, Craig Sowman, Sinead Keavey, Patricia Taylor, Dan Morrissey, Martin Phelan, Eoin Caulfield, Cormac Little, Catherine O'Flynn, Fergus Devine, Conor Linehan, Shane O'Donnell, Laura Scott, James Phelan, Vincent Coyne, Richard Breen, Elaine Hanly, Barbara Kenny, Shane Kelleher, Liam McCabe, Alicia Compton, Michael Wolfe, David Cullen, Claire Waterson, John Larkin.

Litigation Privilege & Investigations - English Court of Appeal Guides the Way

United Kingdom - September 12 2018 The general rule is that litigation privilege exists over confidential communications between a lawyer and a client, or between either of them and a...

Lisa Carty, Paul Convery, Rebecca MacCann.