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Independence Day for the hospitality industry

Independence Day for the hospitality industry

The world around us slowly relaxes as we creep towards the lifting of restrictions that have affected our daily lives for the last few months. On 4th ...

COVID-19: Litigation in the Time of a Pandemic LATEST UPDATES

COVID-19: Litigation in the Time of a Pandemic LATEST UPDATES

The procedures of the Courts across the different jurisdictions of the United Kingdom are changing from day to day.  We have updated our alert to refl ...

Swift v Carpenter

Swift v Carpenter

The long-awaited and twice adjourned appeal of Swift v Carpenter started in the Court of Appeal on 23 June 2020.

DAC Beachcroft launches free immigration helpline for businesses

DAC Beachcroft launches free immigration helpline for businesses

To help businesses navigate the immigration system, DAC Beachcroft has launched an immigration helpline which gives businesses the opportunity to have ...

ODCE statement on COVID-19 related insolvency and restriction orders

ODCE statement on COVID-19 related insolvency and restriction orders

Introduction The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (“ODCE”) has released a statement to alleviate the concerns of directors of Irish com ...

Real Estate Tip of the Week - Protection from forfeiture extended to 30 September 2020

Real Estate Tip of the Week - Protection from forfeiture extended to 30 September 2020

The government has announced that the protection from forfeiture given to relevant business tenants under s82 of the Coronavirus Act will be extended ...

Covid 19 impact on fraudulent bent metal and suspicious credit hire claims

Covid 19 impact on fraudulent bent metal and suspicious credit hire claims

As the country leaves lock down, the unfortunate reality is that there will be a lot of people in financial difficulty. We know from experience that, ...

Adjudication for all - Insolvent companies can adjudicate

Adjudication for all - Insolvent companies can adjudicate

The Supreme Court in its decision in Bresco v Lonsdale confirms there is no incompatibility between the adjudication process and the rules of set off ...

Shut Out of the Electronic Communications Code

Shut Out of the Electronic Communications Code

Since the introduction of the Code back in December 2017, a good deal of Tribunal time has been used up on questions of capacity and the ability of op ...

COVID-19: Extended protections for business tenants

COVID-19: Extended protections for business tenants

The impact of COVID-19 has severely affected both landlords and tenants. The Government set out a range of measures to assist tenants in March and has ...