Financial Services [Ireland]

Financial Services: Settlement Finality (Third Country Provisions) Department of Finance Euronext Dublin, formally known as Irish Stock Exchange, uses a UK based CSD (CREST) operated by Euroclear UK and Ireland to settle trades in Irish equities and exchange traded funds. In a no-deal Brexit scenario, under the CSD Regulation, Euronext Dublin would not be able to continue […]

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Transport [Ire] 2

Railway Services Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport The purpose of this Part is to provide for cross border rail services moving between Ireland and a country which is not part of the European Union. Head 1 – Amendment of section 41 of the Railway Safety Act 2005 (International services) Provide forAmendment to substitute the following […]

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Extradition

Amendments to the Extradition Act 1965 to apply the provisions of the 1957 Council of Europe Convention on Extradition One of the key issues identified by the Department of Justice and Equality, in the context of a no deal Brexit, is to ensure that effective extradition arrangements are maintained between Ireland and the UK. In that regard […]

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Data [Ireland] 2018

December 2018 Data When the UK leaves the EU, it will become, in EU terms, a third country.  Data protection and sharing is governed within the EU by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). That means that the transfer of personal data to the UK will be subject to the rules on international transfers set […]

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NSAI Construction Guidance

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NSAI Guidance Medicines

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Trading in Animals and Animal Products

  8 April 2019 Addressing the challenges of a no deal Brexit takes place at a number of levels and requires responses at the EU level, responses by Government, responses by citizens, and responses by businesses and affected sectors. While extensive Brexit preparedness and contingency planning has already been undertaken across Government, it is only […]

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Data Protection

Data Protection Published: 27 February 2019 From: Department of the Taoiseach The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an EU-wide standard for protecting people’s data. It sets out the high standards of data protection and obligations that companies must meet when processing personal data. With the UK due to leave the EU, we are working […]

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Irish IPO Office Notes

IP Rights in the EU & Brexit The European Commission has sought to clarify what the post Brexit situation will be through the publication of a range of sectorial Brexit Preparedness Notices. Firms are encouraged to review the Notices on IP matters EU trademarks & designs, Supplementary Protection Certificates (19/06/2018 update) and Plant Variety Rights and consider relevant actions that […]

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Irish Government Notice Road Transport (2019)

Brexit Communications Notice to Licensed International Haulage and Passenger Operators While ratification of the Withdrawal Agreement is still the Government’s priority, we will continue our preparations for all scenarios. On 11 December 2018, the Government decided to give greater immediate priority to the preparations for a no deal Brexit. This work is ongoing and includes […]

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Dept Finance Tax Issues

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