We are pleased to confirm the renewal of the annual club licence for Rush Cricket Club for the 2020 to 2021 licence year. The historic club has been serving the local sports community in north Dublin town of Rush since 1931 and we pleased to assist them as their licensing solicitors.
On Friday the 5th June last the Irish Government announced an accelerated programme for the re-opening of business in Ireland following the outbreak of Covid-19. The dates originally set out in the Roadmap for Reopening Society & Business that restaurants and hotels (but not hotel bars) would re-open in July and pubs and all bars
Following the lifting of restrictions by the Irish Government as part of its Roadmap for Re-opening Society and Business we are pleased to advise that client and Notary Public services at M.P. Moloney solicitors will resume from the 18th May 2020. Our spacious city centre solicitor law offices are set up for direct entry and
At M.P. Moloney we would like to extend our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Sean Gallagher, solicitor who passed away on Monday last the 20th March. Sean was a long standing practitioner based on Merchant’s Quay, in Dublin City Centre. Sean is remembered to his friends in the profession as not only
The Government of Ireland in response to the growing spread of Covid-19 corona virus in Ireland have announced a range of new restrictions on business in an effort to slow the spread of the virus. This includes the requirement to remain at home unless necessary and the restriction on the provision of services except for
Following the actions and recommendations of the Irish Government and the Health Protection Surveillance Centre in Ireland following the outbreak of the sars/corona virus COVID-19, the current state of business in Ireland is: Schools, colleges, universities, creche and child care services in Ireland are all closed by order of the Government. This could persist for