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2010, 2017

New national guidelines on national procurement published

The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform has published new national guidelines on procurement, ‘Public Procurement Guidelines for Goods and Services’, July 2017 (“National Guidelines”).

The National Guidelines replace previous guidelines published by the Department, as follows:

  • Public Procurement Guidelines – Competitive Process (2010);
  • Public Procurement Guidelines – Competitive Process (2004);
  • The Green Book on Public […]
910, 2017

O’Flynn Exhams partners attend Women In Leadership Executive Lunch 2017

O’Flynn Exhams’ Partners Fiona O’Connell and Aeibhin Cahalan (pictured above) were delighted to attend Network Cork’s Women In Leadership executive lunch in association with Cork Chamber. The lunch was held at the Clayton Hotel Cork on September 29th.

Caroline O’Driscoll, Chair of IT@cork, co-founder of the award winning I Wish programme and tax partner in KPMG, gave a fascinating keynote speech on promoting […]

2009, 2017

Privacy in the workplace – what employers need to know

Work and how we work in general is changing. It is becoming more and more obvious that the thin line between personal life and work life is blurring. The ease of communication brought about by smart phones and the internet means that everyone is increasingly expected to be plugged in and available for […]

1209, 2017

O’Flynn Exhams bolsters firm offering with appointment of new associate

Cian Duane has joined leading Cork commercial law firm, O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, as associate in the private client team.

Speaking about his new role, Cian said: “I am delighted to become part of the well-regarded O’Flynn Exhams team and contribute to continued growth at the firm. O’Flynn Exhams’ private client team provides an excellent opportunity for […]

2308, 2017

O’Flynn Exhams attend Cope Foundation Golf Classic 2017

Pictured at the event are Shane Crossan, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams, and Micheál […]

1508, 2017

Recent High Court decision provides clarity on statutory notice requirements

Re: Murphy’s Irish Seafood Limited v the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine | High Court Record Number 2016/102 JR

A recent High Court decision underlines that public bodies are obliged to strictly comply with mandatory notice requirements prescribed in legislation, when exercising statutory powers.

The Judgment of Ms Justice Baker in Murphy’s Irish Seafood Limited […]

808, 2017

Cope Foundation’s August Golf Classic to raise much-needed funds for respite services 

Pictured at the Cope Foundation offices are Miche‡ál Ó Mull‡áin, Partner at O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, John Clifford, Head of Fundraising at Cope Foundation and  Shane Crossan, Partner of O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors.

O’Flynn Exhams is delighted to once again partner with the Cope Foundation for their annual Golf Classic to raise much-needed funds […]

308, 2017

Ten things to know about a commercial lease

1. A Lease is a contract between a landlord and a tenant in respect of a Premises for a Term at a specified Rent subject to covenants and conditions.  

2. The primary legislation dealing with commercial Leases is the Landlord and Tenant (Amendment) Act 1980. The Act provides that provisions in a Lease which absolutely […]

2206, 2017

O’Flynn Exhams sponsors Museum of the Moon as it comes to Cork

Pictured from L-R are Museum of the Moon artist, Luke Jerram; Managing Partner of O’Flynn Exhams Solicitors, Richard Neville; and Director of Cork Midsummer Festival, Lorraine Maye

O’Flynn Exhams was delighted to be invited to visit Museum of the Moon on the first day of its installation in Nexus Hall in CIT.

Open for free public viewing, the […]

3105, 2017

OFX partner Conor Lupton highlights upcoming changes to data protection regulations in the Sunday Business Post

One of our partners, Conor Lupton, has an enlightening piece in the Sunday Business Post, discussing how the new general data protection regulation (GDPR) those working in media and marketing.

In the article, he outlines the ramifications likely to affect marketing professionals’ day-to-day roles:

“All businesses should review their current data protection policies to ensure compliance […]