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Security Over Shares - What Lenders Need to Know

September 20 2017 Lenders on Acquisition Finance Facilities and more generally Capex Facilities to trading SMEs tend to take security over shares in obligor companies…

In what circumstances can patient confidentiality be breached?

March 13 2018 In a recent case the High Court considered in what circumstances a doctor can breach his or her duty of patient confidentiality. The proceedings…

Courts Clarify the Role of a “McKenzie Friend”

January 30 2018 Over the last number of years the number of litigants in person (those representing themselves in legal proceedings without the assistance of…

The Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019

June 10 2019 In April 2019, the Government presented the Gender Pay Gap Information Bill 2019 to the Dáil…

Vision of the workplace post COVID-19 - What will the “New Normal” look like?

April 30 2020 One significant question facing employers in these challenging times is what the future workplace may look like when the current restrictions are…

Protected Titles - CORU Successful in Dual Prosecution

July 24 2020 CORU, the Health and Social Care Professionals Council, is the regulator for a number of health and social care professions, including Social Workers…

Helpful ODCE Guidance for Directors and Liquidators during COVID-19

July 21 2020 The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) recently issued new guidance outlining the implications of COVID-19 on its insolvency…

Informed Consent - Mordel v Royal Berkshire NHS Trust

July 16 2020 The case of Mordel v Royal Berkshire NHS Trust [2019] EWHC 2591 (QB) is one of the most illuminating judgments regarding the question of informed…

Residential Development Finance: The Initial Meeting

July 15 2020 In our experience, with any type of financing, an initial meeting is an effective way to identify potential issues which may arise during the course…

Successful claim for restitution where services provided in anticipation of a contract being signed

July 8 2020 In Dowman Imports Ltd v 2 Toobz Ltd [2020] EWHC 291 (Comm), the English High Court recently held that the respondent was unjustly enriched and…