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Hayes solicitors provides a comprehensive range of legal services to corporate, public and private clients in Ireland and internationally, especially…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 24 Jul 2020

Protected Titles - CORU Successful in Dual Prosecution

CORU, the Health and Social Care Professionals Council, is the regulator for a number of health and social care professions, including Social Workers…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 21 Jul 2020

Helpful ODCE Guidance for Directors and Liquidators during COVID-19

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) recently issued new guidance outlining the implications of COVID-19 on its insolvency…
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Hayes Solicitors | United Kingdom | 16 Jul 2020

Informed Consent - Mordel v Royal Berkshire NHS Trust

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…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 15 Jul 2020

Residential Development Finance: The Initial Meeting

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…
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Hayes Solicitors | United Kingdom | 8 Jul 2020

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

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…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 2 Jul 2020

Deadline looming for registration of Easements and Profits à Prendre

Many properties, in some way or another, rely or depend on rights, in, under or over another property, so as to function properly. This may be…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 24 Jun 2020

High Court Rules Wage Setting in Sectoral Employment Orders is Unconstitutional

The High Court has struck down legislation providing for the setting of certain minimum pay and conditions for a number of workers in various…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 11 Jun 2020

Commercial Loans: Planning, communication and documentation ahead of the cessation of COVID-19 Moratoria

As restrictions imposed due to COVID-19 are now being lifted, businesses are actively adjusting to the new normal and the most effective method of…
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Hayes Solicitors | European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom | 9 Jun 2020

Ireland as a seat for International Arbitration Post-Brexit

Choosing the seat of arbitration is often a fundamental component of international trade. The importance of this choice was neatly stated by the US…
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Hayes Solicitors | Ireland | 13 May 2020

High Court refuses application to remove Liquidator

Hayes recently successfully defended a Liquidator in an action by a shareholder of a company to remove him in a long running complex liquidation of a…
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