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LK Shields | Ireland | 31 Aug 2012

"Without prejudice" conversations: risks and pitfalls

"I'm not sure this is working out ... can we speak "off the record" ... ?"


LK Shields | Ireland | 26 May 2011

Alternative dispute resolution in employment disputes

As the volume of employment claims increases, so too do the inevitable delays in resolving those claims


LK Shields | Ireland | 27 Apr 2010

Financial Regulator policy note: allowance of derivative trading at share class level

Irish collective investment schemes are permitted to establish separate classes of shares within a scheme or sub-fund, provided that the creation of such structures do not prejudice one set of investors over another.


LK Shields | Ireland | 21 Apr 2010

Irish Patents Office: routine requests for extensions of time in respect of trade mark matters will be refused

Yesterday, 20 April 2010, the Irish Patents Office (IPO) published its new Guidelines for Dealing with Applications for Extensions of Time in respect of Trade Marks (Guidelines).


LK Shields | Ireland | 12 Feb 2010

Irish Patents Office: routine requests for extensions of time in trade mark matters will be refused

The Irish Patents Office (IPO) has proposed the introduction of a new policy on the granting of extensions of time in respect of trade mark matters.


LK Shields | Ireland | 2 Nov 2009

New data access request restrictions

From 21 October 2009 data subjects are unlikely to be successful in making data access requests in relation to personal data held by the Director of Corporate Enforcement, his officers or by any inspector appointed by the High Court or by the Director of Corporate Enforcement.


LK Shields | Ireland | 14 Jul 2008

The use of "Side Pockets" by qualifying investor funds in Ireland

Side Pockets can be equated to a form of solitary confinement for assets who misbehave.

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