Region: Ireland

GIR Live Women in Investigations – one week to go

Experienced female investigations practitioners will take cente stage at GIR’s 2nd annual Women in Investigations conference on 12 June. The event is open to all and will feature lively discussions on matters at the forefront of international investigations.

04 June 2019

New York and Irish authorities open investigations into Facebook

26 April 2019

UN urges increased staffing for Ireland’s anti-corruption unit

15 April 2019

Irish data commission reveals GDPR investigations into Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter

28 February 2019

Irish justice minister signs new anti-money laundering law

26 November 2018

Irish law commission lays out comprehensive plans for corporate reform

GIR takes a look at proposals to overhaul Ireland’s white-collar crime landscape that include introducing DPAs to the country and making it easier for prosecutors to hold companies liable for economic wrongdoing.

12 November 2018

CJEU: EAWs should not be enforced if “real risk” to fair trial exists

30 July 2018

Ireland’s new trade secrets regulation to temper whistleblower protection

Ireland has amended its whistleblower protection laws to comply with an EU directive on trade secrets.

09 July 2018

Former Anglo Irish Bank CEO found guilty

07 June 2018

Ireland ushers in AML bill as EU deadline looms

24 April 2018

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