by David Phelan December-17-2019 in Banking & Financial Services, Healthcare Law, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Property, Commercial & Business, Competition Law, Corporate, Data Protection, Employment Law
As we near the end of 2019, I would like to thank you on behalf of all here at Hayes Solicitors for your continued support throughout the year. Because of your support, it has been another busy year at Hayes, with lots of new developments. We continued to expand the team, with a number of internal promotions and new joiners, reflecting our commitment to meet your business needs.
No doubt the coming year will bring more uncertainty and some new challenges, but we wish you and your businesses every success for the year. We look forward to continuing to support and assist you.
In this newsletter, we update you with a number of issues and insights which will be relevant to you and your business. We welcome any feedback, either on our newsletter or anything else, so please do feel free to contact me at any stage. In the meantime, enjoy this newsletter and enjoy the Christmas break.
Pharmacy Regulation Update: Codes, Complaints and Legislative Change
2019 has seen significant change in the area of pharmacy regulation, with even greater change anticipated in 2020. David Phelan and Lyn McCarthy discuss the revised Code of Conduct and the new Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Bill 2019. Read more
Simplification of CCPC Merger Notification Process on the horizon
The Irish Competition and Consumer Protection Commission announced its decision on 14 June 2019 to proceed with introducing a simplified merger notification process for transactions - Ken Casey considers the proposed changes. Read more
Property 2019: The Year in Review
It is fair to say that 2019 has been a busy year in the property market. Jackie Buckley and Sarah Byrne look at the key changes that have impacted on homeowners and investors in both the residential and commercial property market. Read more
Update: Compensation claims under the GDPR
The General Data Protection Regulation brought about significant changes to the ways in which individuals can pursue civil claims for breach of their data protection rights. Laura Fannin and Ruth Prendeville discuss the compensation mechanisms that are available to individuals, recent court decisions delivered in other European jurisdictions and the current landscape here in Ireland. Read more
Key Issues in Employment Investigations
Investigations have become more complicated in recent times due to the regulated environment in which businesses now operate. This is as a result of the increasing expectations of transparency in all areas of society. Breda O'Malley examines the features of a “good” investigation and the right to legal representation in internal investigations. Read more
The Irish Lending Landscape 2019 – Where to Next?
In our previous text on the Irish Lending Landscape, Michael Hanley and Catherine Jane O’Rourke discussed the emergence of a new wave of funding from alternative sources to the traditional banks – here they provide an update on developments and key players in this area and look ahead to the next 12 months. Read more
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David is Head of the Commercial & Business team at Hayes solicitors and advises a number of the firm’s major corporate clients. He advises on a wide range of corporate and commercial law issues. He has expertise in advising on general corporate and commercial matters, particularly in the manufacturing, retail, aviation, sports and motor sectors, and also frequently advises clients who operate in regulated areas.