Year: 2021

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The Revised Work Safely Protocol has been published. What are the implications and what does it mean for your business?

27 October, 2021

The Revised Work Safely Protocol (the “Revised Protocol”) was published on Friday the 22nd of October and includes an updated guidance note which was issued by the Labour Employer Economic Forum (LEEF) on the 20th of October last. The Revised Protocol has been described as a technical update with minor changes to reflect the most […]

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New Regulations on the Beneficial Ownership of Express Trusts

19 October, 2021

The European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of Trusts) Regulations 2021 (the “Regulations”) came into operation on 24 April 2021. The Regulations apply a similar beneficial ownership regime to express trusts as already applies to companies by way of earlier beneficial ownership regulations. One of the key objectives of the Regulations is to promote transparency […]

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Flynn O’Driscoll advises Atlantic Aviation Group on its acquisition of Lufthansa Technik Shannon

12 October, 2021

Flynn O’Driscoll is very pleased to have advised Atlantic Aviation Group (AAG) on its acquisition of Lufthansa Technik Shannon Ltd from its German parent Lufthansa Technik (AG). The purchase of Lufthansa Technik Shannon will make AAG the largest MRO in Ireland and put the business firmly on track to become one of the largest independent […]

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The Updated Work Safely Protocol – Practical Implications of the Updated Guidance.

21 September, 2021

The updated Work Safely Protocol (the “Updated Protocol”) was published on the 17th of September 2021 ahead of yesterday’s commencement of the phased return to the workplace. The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar has stated that this “marks another milestone in our recovery from the pandemic, with the phased return […]

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Recent developments – Irish Aircraft Registration & Article 83bis

6 September, 2021

The Convention on International Civil Aviation (1944), known as the ‘Chicago Convention’, was held to promote peaceful co-operation between nations regarding the development of international civil aviation. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) was established following the Convention to ensure that the aviation industry achieved the highest possible degree of uniformity in regulations, standards, procedures […]

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