The pathway to supporting home ownership and increasing affordability is the first of the four “pathways” set out in “Housing for All - A New Housing Plan for Ireland”. Putting home ownership back within reach of the “squeezed middle” is a core goal of the Housing for All plan.

Our Paul McCutcheon (Partner) and David Mullins of the firm's Real Estate department provide an overview of the Ireland's new Housing Plan and its impact on Ireland's housing system.

Jenny Martin, Senior Associate, of the firm’s Employment Law Department discusses the impact of the Gender Pay Gap Information Act 2021, which was signed into law in mid-July 2021.

The Law Society Conveyancing Committee recently issued a practice note taking the view that it is reasonable for solicitors to proceed with a purchase of a property without raising requisitions on a Non-Principal Private Residence (NPPR) charge outstanding in excess of 12 years.

Sarah Reynolds, Partner, of the firm’s Commercial Law and Data Protection Department, and Rita Higgins, Solicitor, explore the issue of the use of cyber security attacks and what businesses can do to protect themselves.

In a recent judgment, the Court of Appeal (“the Court”) clarified the law relating to “legal holds” and in so doing, emphasised the duty on the part of legal advisors to advise their clients of their obligation to take reasonable steps to preserve documentation, including electronically stored information (“ESI”).

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