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Compliance Agenda - October 2020

We are delighted to publish the latest edition of our newsletter, Compliance Agenda

New IT Infrastructure at the Companies Registration Office: Will it Affect You?

The Companies Registration Office (“CRO”) is undergoing a digital transformation

Brexit: Review Governance of Companies before 31 December 2020

The Brexit transition period will end on 31 December 2020

New Annual Return Filing Extensions Announced

The Companies Registration Office (CRO) previously announced that the annual return filing extension was extended from 30 June 2020 to 31 October 2020 due to the evolving situation with the COVID-19 pandemic

Compliance Agenda - September 2018

We are delighted to publish the latest edition of our newsletter Compliance Agenda

Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 - What is new?

Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 introduces a new definition of an External Company and new filing obligations

Disclosure of Company Details – are you in breach of legislation?

Every day Irish companies communicate with third parties through email, letter, and through visits to their websites

Shareholders’ Agreements – A Practical Analysis

The focus of this article is on shareholders’ agreements as they apply to early stage companies and in particular private companies limited by shares which are by far the most common type of company in Ireland

What’s in a Name?

Companies are increasingly spending more time and money on establishing and developing their brand

Mandatory e-filing at the CRO from 1 June 2017

The Companies Registration Office (CRO) is introducing mandatory e-filing of certain submissions from 1 June 2017

Start Ups Team

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Ruairí Mulrean

+ 353 1 638 5844

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Gemma Forde

+353 91 341 347

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Kris O’Shea

Senior Associate
+353 1 91 341 342

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Paul Dineen

Senior Associate
+353 1 638 5897

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