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Business Development Strategies for Lawyers

A strategic afternoon where we will be joined by a Business Development professional with over 20 ye...

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Central Law Training, CPD Conference Day-1

The opening date of our two-day Central Law Training conference will provide you with 10 CPD Hours, ...

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Central Law Training, Two-Day CPD Conference

This two-day Central Law Training conference represents a unique opportunity for you to get up to da...

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Central Law Training, CPD Conference Day-2

The second date of our two-day Central Law Training conference will provide you with 10 CPD Hours, r...

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Anti-Money Laundering Regulations

The elements of the offence of money launderingAsset freezing/unfreezingDesignated personsHow solici...

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The Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015

Capacity and how it is to be construed and assessed.The Guiding Principles that will apply in relati...

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The General Data Protection Regulation: The New Reality for your Practice

The General Data Protection Regulation (the “GDPR”) will come into full force and effect on 25 May 2...

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Employment Investigations

There is considerable reluctance on the part of the courts to grant orders that would bring workplac...

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A Review Of Recent Case Law: “Subject To Contract” And Completion Notices

*Please note, if you have already purchased our ‘Practical Conveyancing Property Disputes’ webinar w...

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Forfeiture of a Commercial Lease: Tips and Traps

*Please note, if you have already purchased our ‘Practical Conveyancing Property Disputes’ webinar w...

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Practical Conveyancing Property Disputes

This seminar, worth 3 General CPD Hours examined property disputes in both residential property tran...

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Property Disputes In Relation To Residential Conveyancing

*Please note, if you have already purchased our ‘Practical Conveyancing Property Disputes’ webinar w...

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Solicitors Accounts Regulations: What the Obligations Require

Solicitors Accounts Regulations: What the Obligations RequireJohn O’Callaghan and Aisling Yates, BDO...

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Managing Workplace Disputes - Loughlin Deegan

Managing Workplace Disputes - Loughlin Deegan. Partner in the Employment Law Department at Byrne W...

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Tax Treatment of Settlements - Finola O’Hanlon

Tax Treatment of Settlements - Finola O’Hanlon, Solicitor with O’Hanlon Tax Limited. An immersive w...

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A balanced approach to the legalities surrounding 'gag' clauses is needed

The use of confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses, sometimes called 'gag' clauses, in employment settlement agreements has been the source of criticism in light of recent revelations regarding the covering up of alleged wrongdoings by public figures.

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Pensions Update: Landmark Ruling Points The Way Forward For Pension Schemes in Ireland

In July 2017, the UK Supreme Court unanimously ruled in Walker v Innospec Limited & Others that an exemption in the UK Equality Act 2010 is discriminatory and in breach of EU equality law. The exemption allows pension schemes to exclude same-sex partners from benefits paid into pension funds before December 2005.

The Court noted that this exemption infringed EU Directive 2000/78/EC which requires Member States to prohibit discrimination in employment on various grounds including sexual orientation.

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Northern Ireland courts commit to going paper-free

Paper-free courts are planned in the North as judges embrace the digital age.

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