The Companies (Amendment) Act 1990 first introduced the concept of examinership into Irish law. It was conjured in record time, as a swift response to the potential negative impact that the collapse the Goodman Group could have on the agricultural economy if it were left to slide down the […]
With the hugely influential role technology is increasingly playing in the lives of consumers, it is no surprise that more and more companies are looking to promote their businesses online. This is especially true in relation to retailers. Figures from the Central Statistics Office show that in 2011, 43% […]
Are you a director/shareholder concerned with informal agreements made in your company? Can section 29 be used to void transactions where the approval process has not been followed? Compliance with Section 29 of the Companies Act is important so that transactions in your company do not become voidable.
The recent […]
The Irish Times – Thursday, October 4, 2012
Purchase of bankruptcy site raises questions about […]
The outdated bankruptcy laws currently in force in Ireland have resulted in many indebted individuals fleeing to declare bankruptcy in the UK in a practice that has become known as “bankruptcy tourism”. In the UKbankrupts are automatically discharged from bankruptcy after a period of twelve months, […]
The High Court Challenge to Sean Quinn’s bankruptcy is currently taking place in Belfast. Anglo Irish Bank are hoping to have Sean Quinn’s bankruptcy annulled. The case is focusing on whether Sean Quinn established his Centre Of Main Interests aka COMI properly in the UK.
Under EU law any Irish […]
A recent survey on the Employment Outlook of Ireland by the recruitment firm Manpower reveals that although employers in Ireland expect the labour market to remain muted they are now at their most optimistic since Quarter 3 2008. This is good news. Once this economic downturn has concluded employers […]
The story of our client’s mortgage being written off is continuing to gain interest. Following last Thursday’s RTE Six One News and yesterday’s front page main headline on in The Sunday Independent today Anthony Joyce was interviewed on Newtalk’s Breakfast Show, Today FM’s Ray Darcy Show, which also […]
Anthony Joyce was on RTE TV’s Six One News last night discussing how Irish banks are writing-down the mortgages of Irish householders who have got into financial difficult. Here’s a the video.
If you find yourself struggling with your mortgage then it is important to […]
The Belfast Telegraph
Investors in battle with insurers for £6m award
By Margaret Canning
Tuesday, 19 April 2011
Irish investors in a failed property development in India have vowed to continue their fight against the insurers of a Co Fermanagh solicitor who was found liable for their multi-million […]