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Irish couple to receive damages over advice that led to unnecessary abortion

Rebecca Price terminated pregnancy after being mistakenly told foetus had fatal abnormalityA couple in Ireland are to be awarded damages for being mistakenly told their unborn baby had a fatal foetal abnormality, which led them to terminate the pregnancy.The high court in Dublin will consider the damages to be paid to Rebecca Price and Patrick Kiely on Wednesday after medical personnel and institutions involved in the case admitted liability. Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Europe, Women, Society, World news, Ireland, Abortion, Dublin, Rebecca Price, Patrick Kiely


Ireland: What Does SCARP Mean For Landlords? - William Fry

In a recent article we set out the key features of SCARP, the government's proposed rescue process for small and micro companies. The proposed legislation envisages that:
Tags: News, Ireland, William Fry


EU to Grant UK 'Grace Period' Extension in N.Ireland Sausage Spat - RTE

DUBLIN (Reuters) - European Union member states have informally agreed to grant Britain a three-month extension to one of the contentious aspects...
Tags: Eu, Britain, Ireland, Dublin, Reuters European Union, Grant UK


Buying Silence With a Bluff: How NDAs Exploit Litigants, With and Without Counsel

The ever-growing use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) prevents those who sign from being able to “disclose” their experiences of reprehensible workplace discrimination. NDAs routinely silence the victims of sexual harassment, racism, bullying, and discrimination (among many other examples: for being pregnant, or requiring mental health leave, etc.). Of questionable legality, NDAs are routinely demanded by defence lawyers in settlement negotiations. A gag on the victim is an obvious, albeit im...
Tags: UK, Law, Australia, California, Ireland, Bill, NDA, Justice Issues, Parliamentary Select Committee, NSRLP, Zelda Perkins, Ifeoma Ozoma, Ifeoma, Lynn Ruane, UK Ifeoma Ozoma, Sal Dennis


Demand more from your PMS provider, it’s the beef of your operations!

Today’s guest demands more from hotel restaurants - so should hoteliers of their systems. Clio O’Gara, Country Manager Ireland at Guestline discusses how hoteliers should expect as much from their PMS as they do their beef supplier!
Tags: Travel, Ireland, Guestline, Clio O'Gara


Covid-19: 'Too early to confirm' Ireland's lockdown easing date

An increase in the Covid-19 Delta variant could push Ireland backwards, says Stephen Donnelly.
Tags: News, Ireland, COVID


Ireland: Regulatory Focus On Property Funds - William Fry

In the first quarter of 2021 and of relevance to Irish regulated property funds, the following were published by the Central Bank:
Tags: News, Ireland, Central Bank, William Fry


Ireland: New Cloud Outsourcing Guidelines For Fund Managers - William Fry

On 10 May 2021, ESMA published Cloud Outsourcing Guidelines (the Guidelines) which apply to the outsourcing of functions to cloud service providers by regulated entities, including UCITS managers and AIFMs (Fund Managers).
Tags: News, Ireland, ESMA


Ireland: High Court Holds Provisional Liquidator Personally Liable For The Costs Of The Official Liquidator And Revenue - William Fry

In a recent High Court decision, a provisional liquidator was ordered to pay the costs of the official liquidator (who replaced the provisional liquidator and was appointed as the new liquidator...
Tags: News, Ireland


Ireland: New Disclosure Rules For UCITS And AIF Marketing Materials - William Fry

On 27 May 2021, ESMA published guidelines for UCITS and AIF marketing communications under the Regulation for cross-border distribution of funds (the Guidelines).
Tags: News, Ireland, ESMA, AIF, UCITS, William Fry


Moving on: why the EU is not missing Britain that much

On the 5th anniversary of Brexit, commentators reflect on the EU’s success at rallying together after Britain’s exit On the night of 23 June 2016 a storm broke out over Brussels. Rain poured, thunder rolled and lightning flashed over the headquarters of the European Union’s institutions.Then in the small hours came a political thunderbolt almost no one had forecast: the UK had voted to leave the union. Five years on, the Brexit tempest has subsided – in Brussels, if not in London. Continue read...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, London, France, Germany, Eu, European Union, UK News, Euro, Britain, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Brussels, Brexit, Brussels Rain


McIlroy and Lowry to represent Ireland in Olympics

Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry are confirmed as Ireland's men's representatives for the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Tags: News, Ireland, Rory Mcilroy, Shane Lowry, Lowry, McIlroy


EU to lift its ban on feeding animal remains to domestic livestock

Allowing processed animal protein feed for pigs and poultry, barred since BSE crisis, will address non-EU competition, says CommissionA ban on farm feed made of animal remains introduced during the BSE crisis is to be lifted in the EU to allow cheap pig protein to be fed to chickens over fears that European farmers are being undercut by lower standards elsewhere.The change to the regulations come into force in August following a last-ditch attempt by a coalition of MEPs, led by the Greens, which...
Tags: Health, France, Animals, Environment, Eu, European Union, Ireland, Farming, Animal Welfare, Agriculture, European Commission, Sustainable Development, Greens, BSE, Farm Animals


Ireland hockey star has World Cup medal stolen

Ireland goalkeeper Ayeisha McFerran appeals for help to find her silver medal from the 2018 Hockey World Cup after it was stolen from her apartment.
Tags: News, Ireland, Ayeisha McFerran


HomePod Mini Now Available to Order in New Zealand

Apple this week made the HomePod mini available to order in New Zealand, with pricing set at $159 including tax. Available in Space Gray and White, the speaker currently faces a 2-3 weeks shipping estimate in the country. Apple confirmed the HomePod mini would be launching in additional countries during its WWDC keynote earlier this month. The speaker became available to order in Austria and Ireland last week, and it will be released in Italy later this year. The international expansion comes...
Tags: Apple, UK, Siri, Austria, United States, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Nz, HomePod, HomePod Mini, HomePod HomeKit CarPlay Home Auto Technology, HomePod Mini Now Available


Ireland: Facing Healthcare Worker Shortage, Certain Occupations Taken Off Ineligible List For Employment Permits - Envoy Global, Inc.

When it comes to sourcing labor, Ireland's general policy is to promote sourcing from within Ireland, the EU and other EEA states.
Tags: News, Eu, Ireland, Employment Permits Envoy Global Inc


Ireland: Legal Flash – Redesigning The International Tax System: An Update - Arthur Cox

Significant changes to the international tax system are currently being negotiated. Tax partners at leading firms from eight key European jurisdictions, including Arthur Cox...
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Ireland: Securitisation Guide 2021 - Maples Group

Formalities. In order to create an enforceable debt obligation of the obligor to the seller: (a) is it necessary that the sales of goods or services are evidenced by a formal receivables contract...
Tags: News, Ireland, Maples Group


Ireland: Artificial Intelligence Comparative Guide - Lewis Silkin

Artificial Intelligence Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Ireland, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
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Brexit: Postponing meat ban for NI 'gives chance for calm'

Ireland's European commissioner says the EU will try to resolve the sensitive issue.
Tags: News, Eu, Ireland


Brexit: UK's request on meat ban 'gives chance for calm'

The EU will try to resolve the sensitive issue, says Ireland's European commissioner.
Tags: UK, News, Eu, Ireland


Ireland: Ireland Moves One Step Closer To Introducing Statutory Sick Pay - lus Laboris

The Irish government has announced more details of its mandatory sick pay scheme. The new law will give employees in Ireland a right to sick pay for the first time from 2022.
Tags: News, Ireland


Cardiff City: Arsenal defender Mark McGuinness is Championship club's second summer signing

Republic of Ireland U21 centre-back Mark McGuinness signs for Cardiff City after spending a decade with Arsenal.
Tags: News, Ireland, Cardiff City, Mark McGuinness


EU Antitrust Regulators to Decide on AerCap's $30 Billion GE Deal by July 26

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU antitrust regulators will decide by July 26 whether to clear a $30 billion bid by Ireland's AerCap to buy the aircraft...
Tags: Eu, Ireland, Reuters EU, AerCap


Ireland: Directors' Duties - FAQ - Walkers

Until the introduction of the Irish Companies Act 2014 ("Act"), the duties of a director of an Irish company were governed by over a century of case law. Fortunately for directors, companies and their advisers...
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Cannes Competition Title ‘Titane’ Acquired by Altitude, Film4 for U.K., Ireland

Altitude and Film4 have acquired writer/director Julia Ducournau’s Cannes Film Festival competition title “Titane” for U.K. and Ireland. In the horror thriller, following a series of unexplained crimes, a father is reunited with the son who disappeared ten years ago. The film stars newcomer Agathe Rousselle, Cannes best actor winner Vincent Lindon (“The Measure of […]
Tags: News, Global, Ireland, Cannes film festival, Cannes, Altitude, Vincent Lindon, Film4, Julia Ducournau, Titane, Cannes Competition Title ` Titane, Agathe Rousselle Cannes


'I play all the instruments in my Irish music band'

Caitríona Lagan is a 15-year-old All-Ireland champion musician who plays five instruments.
Tags: News, Ireland, Caitríona Lagan


Korda wins but Leona Maguire shows Major potential with closing 66

Leona Maguire of Ireland putts for eagle to force a playoff on the 18th green during the final round of the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give at Blythefield Country Club on June 20, 2021 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images) Leona Maguire heads to this week’s KPMG Women’s PGA with a spring in her step after she forced wor...
Tags: San Francisco, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Michigan, Maguire, Nelly, Chun, LPGA, Grand Rapids Michigan, Cavan, Leona, Andreas Athanasiou, CME Globe, Anna Nordqvist, Leona Maguire


Lowry relieved to head home after US Open torture: "I kept on getting kicked in the nuts every day"

Shane Lowry lines up a putt on the ninth green during the second round at the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course in San Diego, Calif. on Friday, June 18, 2021. (Chris Keane/USGA) Shane Lowry can’t wait to get home today after he had a nightmare week on the greens and closed with an eight-over 79 to finish tied 65th in the US Open at Torrey Pin...
Tags: California, Sport, Ireland, Pga, Golf, European Tour, San Diego, Shane Lowry, Padraig Harrington, Lowry, Majors, San Diego Calif, Kiawah, Torrey Pines, Royal St George, Chris Keane


'I play all the instruments in my Irish music band'

Caitríona Lagan is a 15-year-old All-Ireland champion musician who plays five instruments.
Tags: UK, News, Ireland, Caitríona Lagan