Bracing ourselves for Brexit
A major conference, to be held by the Institute of International and European Affairs, will explore Ireland’s future in Europe after Britain’s departure
Everybody knows it’s good to talk – so with Brexit and all its implications looming on the horizon, there is still a lot of discussion to be had on how it will affect Ireland, both North and South.
As we reach the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, which came about after lengthy talks between the British and Irish governments, various political parties in Northern Ireland and independent international advisers, it is...
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Healthcare is a rapidly evolving area
‘Both Covid-19 and the recent cyber-attack have paved the way for significant investment and improvements to the IT infrastructure of the health service’ says Joanelle O’Cleirigh, Partner in the Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Investigations Group in Arthur Cox LLP.
The Healthcare System cannot afford to stand still
‘The hospital system in Ireland has suffered from under-investment for many years and COVID 19 has highlighted the ongoing shortage in hospital capacity’ says Padraig Duff, Commercial Director at Temperature Controlled Pharmaceuticals Limited