Litigation Video Library

We have put together a series of videos sharing insights that could affect you or your business, click the play button on any of the recordings below. 

Recent Trends in Data Protection Litigation

Adele Hall & Michelle Martin of our litigation team examine some recent trends in data protection litigation including the increased use of DSARs as a form of early discovery and claims for non-material damage arising from alleged breaches of GDPR.

 

A New Look at the Landlord and Tenant Relationship

New Look Retailers (Ireland) Limited's application to appoint an Examiner is refused due to lack of negotiation with the Landlords.

COVID-19 Legislation Modernises Litigation Practice and Procedure

Sarah Twohig and Rebecca MacCann of our Litigation & Dispute Resolution team, discuss some of the challenges faced when litigating in the COVID-19 era and how the legislature has responded to those challenges.

Breaking Bad; the Central Bank's Expectations of Senior Executive Accountability

Gráinne Varian, Catherine Carrigy and Lisa Shannon share some insights in the area of Fitness & Probity to better understand the Central Bank's current expectations for culture, behaviour and individual accountability within the Financial Services (FS) industry in Ireland. 

 

Litigating COVID-19 Business Interruptions Claims – What the CBI Expects

Sarah Twohig and Paddy Murphy of our Litigation & Dispute Resolution team and James Foster of our Insurance and Reinsurance team discuss the Central Bank of Ireland's (CBI) new COVID-19 and Business Interruption Insurance Supervisory Framework and how it might impact your business.  

 'It's Not Me, It's You' Commercial Leases – Remedies for Landlords and Tenants

Gráinne Varian & Gerard James of our Litigation team discuss a number of issues we have seen arising on behalf of our clients, both from the Landlord and Tenant perspectives, in recent times. 

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Key Contacts

Gráinne Varian Senior Associate

Lisa Carty Partner