News & Insights

December 2018

Gore & Grimes supports FOCUS Ireland this Christmas

Gore & Grimes are delighted to be supporting FOCUS Ireland this Christmas by sponsoring a Star on their Grafton Street tree.  Focus Ireland are helping change the […]
November 2018

Legal Representation Requirements for Companies in Court

The Supreme Court has reaffirmed the rule coined in the ‘Battle’ decision[1] that non-lawyers, who have no formal right of audience, cannot represent companies in Court […]
September 2018

Isa Nacewa Testimonial Dinner in association with Gore & Grimes

Gore & Grimes where proud to sponsor the ISA NACEWA Testimonial Dinner in the Mansion House on Wednesday, 26 September.
September 2018

Isa Nacewa Staff Event

We were delighted to welcome Isa Nacewa into our offices today for a talk to our staff. It’s not often you get to have lunch with such an inspiring character!
September 2018

Peter McVerry Trust Cycle 2018

Congratulations to everyone who took part in yesterday's Peter McVerry Trust Wexford cycle. Gore & Grimes are proud supporters of this great event raising much needed funds.
September 2018

Are you ready for Brexit?

On 29 March 2017 51.9% of the UK decided to leave the EU. At that time nobody really knew what form Brexit would take and almost 2 years later it is still unclear.
September 2018

Cross Security Provisions in Loan and Security Documents; Validity of Arrangement Upheld by Court of Appeal

A recent Court of Appeal decision has provided some helpful discourse on a lender’s right to rely on cross security provisions in its loan and security documentation.
September 2018

GDPR – what to do & what to know

The General Data Protection Regulation (hereinafter GDPR or the “Regulation”) came into force on the 25th of May 2018. The highly anticipated Regulation aimed to clarify and harmonise the law in relation to the processing and controlling of personal data across the European Union.
July 2018

Limiting the Burden of Extensive Discovery

A July 2018 judgment of Judge Hogan in the Court of Appeal may further restrain the ability of parties to seek extensive discovery in litigation matters.