Bloomsbury Professional Ireland's 2020 Round Up

While the year was full of many unexpected changes, we at Bloomsbury Professional Ireland were pleased to be able to continue to publish an excellent range of tax and law titles during 2020. With this in mind we are delighted to provide a round up of this year's releases. Read more

Upcoming Titles for Autumn/Winter 2020

Coming into the final months of 2020, we are delighted to share our list of upcoming titles. In the next months we will be publishing a range of fantastic titles, in a variety of areas including well-established key titles such as Wylie on Irish Land Law and Charleton and McDermott’s Criminal Law and Evidence. Read more

Covid Legislation Tracker: Residential tenancies and face coverings

With the fight against the novel coronavirus known as SARS-Cov-2 fast approaching the six-month mark, perhaps it’s time to dissect some of the more high-profile pieces of legislation that have been passed since our last update back in April. Read more

The Growing Need for Online Resources: Our Customer Survey Results

The main transformative effect of the coronavirus pandemic has been to accelerate the move towards many businesses and firms embracing and implementing flexible working practices – chief among these being more staff working from home than ever before. Previously seen as somewhat of a luxury, working from home has now. Read more

Now live: IT/IP Update No 25

The latest edition of our Intellectual Property and IT Law Update is now live for online subscribers, covering issues such as contact tracing apps, e-commerce in the age of Covid-19. Subscribers may access the articles by clicking on any of the links below: Covid-19 and an overview of contact tracing apps across. Read more

Now Live: Irish Employment Law Update - May

The latest issue of Irish Employment Law Update is now live for subscribers to Irish Employment Law. Authored by Tara Murphy BL, this issue contains articles on the following topics: Read more

Family Law Briefing - Issue 2

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Data Protection and COVID-19: Short-Term Priorities, Long-Term Consequences

As with many controversies, discussions of the implications of the coronavirus pandemic and privacy involves a number of myths. It will be interesting to see which survive this unprecedented period. Perhaps the most fundamental is the capacity of science and engineering to manage, control, and subdue the natural. Read more

A critical analysis of the Irish High Court decision in Smith v Irish Rail

The case of Smith v Irish Rail [1] appeared before the Irish High Court in October 2002. The case raised the question of whether an agreement, deemed in writing, to be a licence can be declared to be a lease in substance. This is a question with which Irish Courts have long grappled, and a series of case law has. Read more

Now live: Irish Property Law Update No 97

Issue 97 of our Irish Property Law Update is now live for online subscribers. Irish Property Law Update is a monthly update of Irish property law developments written by Professor John Wylie, exclusively for subscribers of the Bloomsbury Professional Irish Property Law Service. Each update contains commentary on. Read more
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