October 11, 2017

Ireland – Budget 2018 = tinkering around with figures !

PASCHAL DONOHOE BEGAN his first Budget as Finance and Public Expenditure Minister by saying the announcement would “build on progress that would have seemed impossible only a few short years ago”. Earlier on today the Taoiseach promised to put money back in the pockets of “taxpayers, working people, families, pensioners, […]
September 26, 2017

ten tips to build your resilience

We came across a recent article in one of our legal magazines, which may be of interest to some. Here’s our summary = Resilience is the ability to adapt and bounce back when things don’t go as planned. It is recognised as an increasingly important trait in the workplace. Resilient […]
September 15, 2017

Data protection for the 21st century

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a buzzword in the legal sector at the moment. The legislation comes into force in May 2018. You’ve probably already heard about the potential sanctions for companies which do not comply with the legislation – fines of up to four per cent of […]
September 15, 2017

English 5 year old fined for planning breaches !!!

A five-year-old girl was left in tears after she was fined £150 for setting up a lemonade stand in East London. Andre Spicer’s daughter decided to sell cups of lemonade at the end of her street in Mile End, as hundreds of people were attending Lovebox festival in nearby Victoria Park. But within 30 […]