Booking is now open for BICBA’s Annual Law Forum, which this year will take place in Dublin on the 30th MARCH 2023.
Breakfast briefing: “Conflict of interest in ADR” – 12th May 2021
BICBA will host a breakfast briefing on the topic of “Conflict on interest in ADR” on Wednesday, 12th May 2021 from 8.30am to 9.30am.
Breakfast briefing: “Business interruption insurance and COVID19 – where are we now?” – 24th February 2021
BICBA will host a breakfast briefing on the topic of “Business interruption insurance and COVID19 – where are we now?” on Wednesday, 24th February 2021 from 8.30am to 9.30am.
Save the date: Pre-Christmas Webinar and Social – “Effective Advocacy in the Digital Age” – 15th December 2020
Save the date for BICBA’s pre-Christmas webinar on Effective Advocacy in the Digital Age on the 15th December 2020 at 5.30pm.
Annual BICBA Conference – 5th November 2020
BICBA are pleased to announce that the 9th annual BICBA British Irish Commercial Law Forum will take place virtually from Belfast on Thursday, 5th November 2020. The annual BICBA conference, hosted in association with Grant Thornton, seeks to strengthen ties between the legal professions in Britain and Ireland.
Dublin Commercial Law Update – Merck Sharp and Dohme -v- Clonmel Healthcare
Michael Finn, a litigation partner in Pinsent Masons, gave a very useful presentation on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Merck Sharp and Dohme Corp. v. Clonmel Healthcare Ltd.
Avoiding GDPR fines
Take Steps Now to Avoid Fines of €20m: Overview of the General Data Protection Regulations. A briefing on the GDPR by Michael Black and Aisling Byrne of Cleaver Fulton Rankin.
Dublin Commercial Law Update – Re Ballantyne plc
Lyndon MacCann SC gave a fascinating insight into the recent judgment of Mr Justice Barniville in Re Ballantyne RE plc  IEHC 407 – a seminal decision concerning creditor schemes of arrangement.
New Irish High Court Rules – Dublin Seminar
Amendments to the Rules of the Superior Courts concerning case management and conduct of trials.
Ruling of European Commission in Apple investigation
An article by Ronan Daly Jermyn Solicitors analysing the implications of the European Commission’s ruling on arising from its investigation into Apple’s Irish tax arrangements.
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