Placing the national interest first served Ireland well in the financial crisis and during the pandemic, but what happens when Irish law firms face intense competition for talent?
Merger with Eugene F Collins sets a pattern
A natural fit for Ireland, a big draw for local lawyers
Driving offshore further into the Irish market
The much-anticipated surge in Irish restructuring and insolvency may finally become visible later this year, but for now the wait continues
Ireland works hard to keep up: turning necessity into advantage
In this issue: New arrivals: International firms flock to Dublin Addleshaw Goddard merger breaks new ground Bird & Bird: A big draw for local lawyers Ogier Leman: Driving offshore further into the Irish market Waiting for Godot: will the insolvency surge ever arrive? From ESG to D&I: turning necessity to advantage Irish law firms face …
Examining the FDA’s pending ban of JUUL, Signature Litigation partner Sylvie Gallage-Alwis and associate Elias Boukachabine outline the risks of selling e-cigarettes in the absence of unequivocal scientific data
Hassans partner Grahame Jackson outlines Gibraltar’s progress in improving its compliance with FATF standards
On 10 June 2022, the Law Commission published an options paper for the Government on how it can improve the law to ensure that corporations are effectively held to account for committing serious crimes. Tom McNeill and John Binns of the Financial Crime team at BCL Solicitors analyse the key points.