19 April 2017
Ireland’s start-up credentials are recognised across the world. Not only does the country’s focus on technology draw well-known digital companies to its shores, success stories about start-ups that started small and grew large within the country’s borders have also made headlines.
Tags: Corporate and Commercial Law
30 March 2017
Brexit has been part of daily conversations since 23 June 2016 when Britain voted to leave the EU. Although this decision has caused a lot of commentary of an alarming nature on the potential social, trading and political implications, the truth is that there are no immediate changes to UK or EU law.
10 March 2017
Marriage in Ireland has evolved in the last few years, most recently with Ireland’s equality referendum in 2015 where civil marriage rights were extended to same sex couples.
Tags: Family Law, Wills, Probate and Estate Management
At the outset, we’ll state that we believe you should be writing your Shareholders’ Agreement (SA) in conjunction with a legal professional that has contract law experience. While the internet abounds with SA templates, and we’d encourage you to use them for research, a SA really is created from digging deep into the company, and the final document should be as unique as the start-up itself.
20 January 2017
Ireland is filled to the brim with start-ups and more are emerging all the time.
14 December 2016
Christmas is upon us. It is a time for goodwill, and employers like to thank their staff for a year’s dedication and hard work by throwing a Christmas party.
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