Category Archives: Ireland

Information Commissioner’s Office update: GDPR Guidance in 2017

The Information Commissioner’s Office is the UK member of the Article 29 Working Party, the EU body charged with implementing and enforcing data protection across the EU. The ICO gave significant input into the development of the General Data Protection … Continue reading

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One more conference and I can get back to some work

You may have noticed an increase in the number of posts on here recently. That is not entirely to do with the frequency of things to write about (although a couple of UK cases this week were a bonus); it … Continue reading

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The judgment and some newspaper comment on the Irish TAR case

If you read my article TAR-red with the same brush in the US and Ireland, you will have concluded that I had a copy of the judgment in Irish Bank Resolution Corporation Ltd v Sean Quinn and ors about the … Continue reading

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The Commercial Litigation Association of Ireland launches a Good Practice Discovery Guide

As will be clear from other references on this site, I am interested in developments in discovery practice in any jurisdiction for which eDiscovery is required by the rules of local civil procedure. My most recent involvement in this respect … Continue reading

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Good Practice Guide to eDiscovery in Ireland

Irish civil litigation requires discovery and therefore electronic discovery. An informal group called The eDiscovery Group of Ireland has been working for some time on a Good Practice Guide to Electronic Discovery in Ireland, and Version 1.0 was published recently. … Continue reading

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The main messages from eDiscovery Ireland 2012 in Dublin

I have written an introductory piece which gave a context to the excellent eDiscovery Ireland 2012 conference which took place last week in Dublin – see eDiscovery in Ireland – coming from behind gives opportunities to get it right. The overall … Continue reading

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eDiscovery in Ireland – coming from behind gives opportunities to get it right

There is a long-running quiz in the Sunday Times called Where Was I? Geographical, historical and literary information is given and two questions are asked, one of which is usually “Where was I?”. Let’s try the same with the conference … Continue reading

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