The Courts Service of Ireland have announced the annual licensing dates for 2022. The Irish framework for alcohol licensing is based on annual licences which must be renewed each year, mostly in September. Holders of licences such as ordinary on-licences for pubs, wholesale dealer licences (WDL annually in June) and the holders of special restaurant
The licensing team at MP Moloney would like to congratulate the popular Dublin City Centre eatery The Music Cafe on the renewal of their licenses for 2021-2022. Operating from their Wellington Quay café premises they have faced down the challenges presented by the outbreak of Covid-19 in Ireland. We are pleased to have one of
People know the popular the Spanish retailer myspanishbridge.com as a provider of unique and authentic Spanish food products to the Irish customers. We are pleased to announce that the retailer has added the online sales of wine to their highly desired product line. Speaking after the launch of their online portal www.yourwine.ie, Pamela Barez, owner
The licensing team at MP Moloney Solicitors would like to congratulate Rush Cricket Club on the renewal of their club licence for 2021-2022. We are pleased to continue to act as the licensing solicitors for this historic and popular national cricket club. We wish them best of luck for the current season and onwards.
We are pleased to advise that the popular specialist bicycle store 360 Degree Cycles in Clontarf have recently completed the opening of their secondary collection and repair hub in Howth Junction Business Park. The additional space reflects the strong development of the business and meets its need to expand to service its ever growing customer
The GP and health centre Popular Medical Centre has completed its uptake of property at 44 Henry Street, Dublin 1. The centre will operate GP and and related health services from its Dublin city centre GP location. The practice is expected to open in April 2021. We at MP Moloney were pleased to assist in
Following the recent High Court cases concerning the closure of pubs in Dublin and Meath, the High Court has ruled that FBD insurance must pay out on its policy for business loss related to Covid-19 mandated closures. FBD had unsuccessfully argued a number of grounds to refuse the pay out on the insurance including a