US Supreme Court Tackles the Cloud

This is not a new case, but it has finally reached the US Supreme Court.  From a pure legal jurisdictional perspective, this case...

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Cryptocurrencies: Regulation v Innovation

The EU are 'threatening' to bring in regulation to control the risks spoken around things like Blockchain rise in Bitcoin values, mining...

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Insolvency action – justice

This article highlights the powers of the Insolvency Act and how they can be used to help bring justice to unscrupulous individuals. 

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Biomass transition at ESB peat plants by 2030

At a public consultation on ESB’s plans to burn biomass instead of peat at the West Offaly Power Station in Shannonbridge, Minister...

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Alternative thinking can be a plus

This month the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) in collaboration with Uptimize (an online training provider)...

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Increase in compensation awards

At the beginning of the year we advised you of important dates for your diary in relation to employment law. We have now updated our...

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Ads and religion: a thorny issue

Complaints to the ASA on the grounds of religious offence are relatively few and far between (notwithstanding a notable pick up around...

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Divorcing couples may clash over Bitcoin

When resolving financial claims arising from a divorce, couples have an ongoing duty to provide full and honest disclosure to their...

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Can rules cause tyranny ?

Joe Brolly is scathing again.

This time it’s with the GAA’s rule book.

The rules, he says, are so complex that they have created tyranny...

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Digital currencies and divorce

Family solicitors are beginning to report the use of digital currencies in an attempt to hide personal wealth during divorce proceedings....

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Who banks best?

It has been reported that both tech giants Amazon and Facebook are in rival talks to rent AIB’s current headquarters at the Bankcentre,...

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When regulators attack

There is an iconic scene in the film Jurassic Park where a pack of velociraptors cooperate to take out the game warden. His final words...

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Alexa, we have a problem

Advertisements (whether on TV, radio or in any other media) just shouldn’t add items to a consumer’s shopping basket without consent. 

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Poundland’s naughty elf put back on the shelf

Poundland’s naughty elf Twitter and Facebook campaign, which contained a toy elf larking about in sexually suggestive poses and making...

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Gig Economy: A New Dawn?

‘Good Work’ the independent review undertaken by Matthew Taylor into modern working practices in July 2017 considered the implications of...

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All the president's men

The President’s Club has been quietly doing its thing for the past 30 years, raising not inconsiderable amounts of cash for charities....

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Lawyers - the new PRs?

Harbottle & Lewis is a first class law firm - the firm of choice for media and creative businesses, celebs and those in the public...

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