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24
May
2017

The law can be an ass (i.e. a donkey), badly applied/ administered or inconsistently applied — in effect on an à la carte basis. The acquittal on Tuesday of Seán FitzPatrick, former chairman of Anglo Irish Bank, of all 27 charges of breaches of Irish company law, exposes the State's corporate watchdog, the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE), as seeking to frame a case against him rather than "investigate the case independently and impartially" in the words of Judge John Aylmer.

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9
May
2017
9
Mar
2017

The Irish Farmers Association (IFA) warns in a report published Wednesday that Irish farming and the agri-food sector are particularly vulnerable to Brexit. The food industry and farming have direct employment of about 160,000 people and is the principal indigenous sector in an economy dominated by American-owned firms.

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12
Feb
2017
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Feb
2017
6
Feb
2017

Republicans in the House of Representatives are planning to propose a major reform of US corporate taxation and President Trump is reported to be "warming" to it after terming the plan "too complicated" last month. Last Friday Kevin Brady, the Ways and Means Committee chairman, said "when combined with the other historic reforms we are proposing, it will eliminate every tax incentive for businesses to move jobs, headquarters, and research and development outside the United States."

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31
Jan
2017

The three-leaf clover or shamrock has for long been a symbol of Ireland (see our logo above) and it's particularly associated with St. Patrick's Day — Ireland's national day on 17 March. In the United States where some 40 million people are of Irish descent, it has been a tradition in recent decades to present the president with a bowl of shamrock on St. Patrick's Day but this year there are calls for Enda Kenny, the taoiseach (Irish prime minister), to decline an invitation to the White House to protest President Trump's ban on travel to the United States by residents of seven mainly Muslim countries.

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11
Jan
2017
19
Dec
2016

In advance of the expected publication today of the full European Commission ruling on Apple's tax agreements with Ireland, the Irish Government published early Monday morning a summary of its appeal to the European Court of Justice. In a nutshell, the result it is seeking is a Lawyers 1 Commonsense 0 win in respect of arrangements that would be considered massive fraud if the case involved a typical European SME (small and medium enterprises).

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9
Dec
2016