Irish DPC fines Twitter €450,000 for data breach

22 December, 2020

On 15th December 2020, the Irish Data Protection Commission (the “DPC”) announced its decision to impose an administrative fine of €450,000 on Twitter International Company (“Twitter”) following an investigation into a personal data breach reported by Twitter, under the self-reporting obligations of General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (“GDPR”).  The breach arose as a result […]

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Cloudy Skies:The Aircraft Lessor’s checklist for storms ahead

3 November, 2020

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Aviation Disputes Brochure

28 October, 2020

Over the past 18 years, Flynn O’Driscoll has developed strong links in the aviation industry, both internationally and domestically, advising a vast array of stakeholders in the industry, including: Aviation Painting   Aircraft Maintenance   Financiers   Component Sales   Leasing   Technical Services   Airlines Cross Departmental Team -Aviation Dispute Resolution Legal Professionals Deep […]

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New Look Examinership Provides Guidance for Retailers Facing an Uncertain Future

21 October, 2020

As the economy continues to struggle with the ongoing impact of covid-19, the retail sector will likely come under further significant pressure. In this context, many companies will seek the Court’s protection from creditors through an examinership process to ensure survival and long term viability. On 14 October 2020, Mr Justice McDonald handed down a […]

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UK test case on Covid-19 business interruption insurance is a positive result for policyholders

15 September, 2020

Today’s judgment by the High Court of England and Wales in the test case of The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch and Others brings some helpful guidance in relation to the potential interpretation of Business Interruption Insurance coverage arising from the losses incurred from the Covid-19 pandemic. This decision may be given significant weight when […]

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