Whitney Moore’s Social Housing team are delighted to see that building will shortly commence at the Enniskerry Road site near Sandyford. Our team advised…Read More
A recent practice direction from the President of The High Court has rid the Master of the power to preside over debt proceedings. The Direction provides that,…Read More
The monitoring of employees’ activities in the workplace is a sensitive and often contentious issue. On the one hand, an employee has the right to privacy and…Read More
Whitney Moore was delighted to host an evening of networking, drinks and canapés on Thursday, 7 March 2019.
The event, which was in support of the Marie Keating…
Whitney Moore is pleased to support the PDAC 2019 Ireland mining conference in Toronto on 5 March 2019 where Brendan Ringrose, partner in our Corporate team, will be…
Whitney Moore hosted the first of it’s Employment Law Seminar Series on Wednesday, 30 January 2019. This well-attended breakfast seminar looked at the topics…
Whitney Moore successfully defended proceedings instituted by a dispossessed Mortgagor against a Mortgagee Banking client in connection with its handling of surplus…
Changes have recently been made to the Audiovisual Media Services Directive 2010/13/EU (“AVMSD”) pursuant to Directive (EU) 2018/1808.
The AVMSD has…
A recent legislative change has closed a loophole in the Credit Reporting Act 2013 (the “Act”) with the effect of bringing HP and PCP arrangements within the…
Whitney Moore’s Employment Litigation department held its first webinar of its series on the recently published Return to Work Safely Protocol (the “Protocol”) and…Read More
The “Return to Work Safely Protocol” (the “Protocol”) was recently published by the Government in advance of the initial phase of the “Roadmap for Reopening Society and…Read More
The coronavirus (Covid-19) has brought significant disruption to the economy and unprecedented circumstances for businesses that continue to evolve. With the introduction of…Read More