The outbreak of Covid-19 throughout every single EU Member State has resulted economic disruption on a scale which has never been experienced by the EU before. As a result of this disruption...
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In these difficult times for all businesses, good corporate governance is more important than ever. Company boards are making decisions which may be essential for the survival of the business
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Counterparties to a repurchase transaction, a securities or commodities lending or borrowing transaction, a buy-sell back or sell-buy back transaction or a margin lending transaction.
Matheson is pleased to have acted for Towerbrook Capital Partners L.P. on its €100m controlling equity investment in CarTrawler, the leading B2B provider of car rental and mobility solutions to the....
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With An Taoiseach's announcement of the ‘Roadmap for reopening society and business' (the ‘Roadmap') on 1 May last, many employers have rightly turned ...
Commission (the "CCPC") announced that a simplified merger notification procedure regime (the "simplified procedure") will commence on 1 July 2020. This procedure will be available to notifiable mergers...
The European Union (Shareholders' Rights) Regulations 2020 (the "Regulations") have transposed the second Shareholders' Rights Directive (EU) 2017/828 ("SRD II") into Irish law with...
In the current climate, it is unfortunately all too possible to imagine a business that has dealt with a severe business interruption by following the government's advice.
This note sets out matters for companies to consider when its directors are making decisions and/or holding board meetings when unable to meet in person. The Companies Act 2014, provides for a number of mechanisms...
There are times when certain business opportunities arise unexpectedly and it may not be practical for individuals to incorporate a new company or acquire a company before a contract needs to be signed.
On March 18 2020 the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) published their COVID-19 Temporary Merger Notification Process.
Regulations transposing the second Shareholders' Rights Directive EU/2017/828 ("SRD II")1 into Irish law have now been published and will come into effect on 30 March 2020.
The European Union (Shareholders' Rights) Regulations 2020 (the "Regulations") came into force in Ireland on 30 March 2020.
The Registrar of Companies has decided that all annual returns due to be filed by any Company from the 20th March 2020 and up to the 30th June 2020 will be deemed to have been filed on time
As another Brexit deadline looms, companies will need to consider if a no deal Brexit will leave them in breach of Irish company law.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and resulting restrictions on travel and meetings, it is necessary to find practical solutions to minimise disruptions to business ...
The economic impact of the ongoing ongoing coronavirus (or COVID-19) pandemic is being felt acutely in a number of sectors.
Companies with AGMs scheduled over the coming months are advised to consider alternative solutions in the event that their AGM cannot proceed in the usual manner.
In a recent episode of the Phoenix Talent Talks podcast series, Partner, Caoimhe Clarkin describes how Diversity and Inclusion is a key priority for DLA Piper