GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION (‘GDPR’) Almost nine months after the fanfare, we are all (hopefully!) aware of the existence of GDPR. The EU regulation not only seeks to update how personal data must be processed in the digital world, but also to bring about change in terms of how businesses and public bodies treat personal […]
Legal News & Practice Updates
Ireland votes to remove blasphemy from the Constitution. All 40 consituencies have voted yes by approximately 65% to 35% to remove the word “blasphemous” from article 40.6.1 of the Constitution The Constitution does not itself define blasphemy. The legal definition of blasphemy is contained in the Defamation Act 2009. That Act says that a person […]
Anne Phillips has been appointed associate with Wolfe & Co. solicitors on Market Street in Skibbereen. Anne graduated from University College Dublin with a BA Degree in Economics and English. Having studied French and Law at the Sorbonne and American University of Paris respectively, Anne studied for her Post Graduate Diploma in Law at the […]
The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform delivered the Budget Statement on 9 October 2018. The Revenue have published a leaflet summarising the main changes on their website and we have reproduced the details as a leaflet entitled “Budget 2019” on our Free Insights page.