Previous Energy Law Ireland Seminars 

December 12, 2017

Electricity Connection Policy - Regulator, Developer & Academic perspectives

Electricity Connection Policy - Regulator, Developer & Academic perspectives

Dec 12, 2017, 7:30 AM – 09:30 AM @ Spencer Hotel Dublin City, Ireland

This briefing will focus on the subject of Electricity Connection Policy. Regulatory, developer and academic perspectives will be provided by John Melvin (CRU), Donal Smith (Specialist) and Mel Devine (ESRI).

March 22, 2016

“The A to Z of O’Grianna to the draft S.I. on Planning and Development (Amendment) Regulations 2016”

The speakers and presentations (please see speaker and chairperson profiles below) will consider the proposed Planning and Development (Amendment) Regulations 2016, focusing on the legislative landscape and the O’Grianna v An Bord Pleanála ruling last year, to explore what the energy industry might expect as a result, including

•             Where has O’Grianna come from?  EU Directive background, what is done in other countries

•             An overview of O’Grianna

•             Where are we going? The current draft Statutory Instrument - what can we expect?

The seminar will be chaired by Kieran Cummins, Planning & Environmental consultant and solicitor, and is kindly sponsored by the Eugene F Collins, Law Firm. 

The details for the seminar are as follows:

Date:  Tuesday 22 March 2016

Venue:  Eugene F. Collins Law Firm, 3 Burlington Road, Dublin 4 (

Registration:  from 7:30am with light breakfast

Time: (08:00-9:30am):  8am sharp followed by Q&A, close of seminar by 9.30am

Cost: Thanks to the kind sponsorship of the Eugene F Collins, Law Firm, this event is free of charge


Speaker and Chairperson Profiles:


Margaret Austin: Margaret is a partner in the Property & Construction Department of Eugene F Collins Law Firm and head of the Firm's Planning & Environment Group. Margaret advises on Construction, Planning and Environmental law matters arising on construction projects promoted by public and private developers. Margaret advises contractors, developers, funders and professional teams at all stages of a construction project and on dispute management and resolution. She advises on planning and environmental aspects of mergers and acquisitions including those involving energy infrastructure. Margaret advises on all aspects of planning and environmental compliance, licensing and permitting of activities and facilities as well as civil and criminal liability and judicial review of regulatory decisions.


Tina Raleigh: Tina is a Director at Fehily Timoney and Company and oversees the FT Energy team.  She is a Chartered Engineer and holds a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from UCC.  Tina joined FT in 2006 and has been at the forefront of the energy sector for a number of years.  Her key area of expertise is in the design, environmental assessment, statutory consent and expert witness testimony of large scale energy projects with a particular focus on wind and solar energy. 


Kieran Cummins: Kieran is a Planning & Environmental Consultant and trained solicitor both in Ireland and in England & Wales. He has extensive experience with deep geo-thermal, the extractive industry, wind farms and has also done extensive work on numerous environmentally sensitive projects including the bogs issue, masts, housing developments and piggeries. He has also done considerable work on the area of legislative reform and enforcement and recently presented to the UN ACCC - Aarhus Convention Compliance Committee in Geneva [March 2016]. In addition to his legal expertise, Kieran comes from a horticultural background and is well versed on the landscaping and reinstatement challenges, which present themselves in a planning context and is also an authority on the threats posed by Invasive Species. Kieran is a member of the Law Societies Human Rights Committee and also of Meath County Council's Planning SPC (Strategic Policy Committee) and is President of the Meath Archaeological and Historical Society. He is also a musician and amongst other instruments plays the harp, violin and guitar.

Eugene F Collins is a law firm with extensive experience in a variety of legal areas. Established 120 years ago the Firm has grown to a Firm that has 24 partners and a further 80 legal professionals and support staff. The Firm’s experience covers legal services such as Banking, Corporate, Corporate Recovery, Dispute Resolution and Property & Construction. Specialist expertise in the areas of Environmental & Planning, Employment Law, Competition and Anti-trust law, Insurance Regulation, Intellectual Property, Media & Broadcasting and Debt Capital Markets have developed alongside their main units, leading the Firm to be involved in many high profile cases, and covering a wide breadth of legal services. For more information on Eugene F Collins Law Firm please contact


Fehily Timoney & Co. is a global management, engineering and environmental consultancy. Set-up in 1990, the company has grown to be one of the largest Irish-owned independent consultancies.  They have offices in Cork and Dublin, Belfast, Edinburgh and our Middle East base is in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia. Fehily Timoney’s areas of expertise include Environment, Planning, Energy, Data Management, Infrastructure and Waste Management. For more information on Fehily Timoney & Co. please contact

May 12, 2015

"Energy and Financial Regulation Compliance - Energy Sector Challenges"

 The speakers and presentations (please see speaker and chairperson profiles below), include:


·         Giuseppe Insalaco, Senior Advisor at Central Bank of Ireland. Giuseppe will discuss EMIR from the perspective of a NFC- counterparty. The presentation will cover such issues as the aim of, and obligations pursuant to, EMIR; compliance requirements and timelines; and a perspective on the Central Bank’s monitoring role.

·         Valerie Lawlor, Partner at McCann Fitzgerald solicitors. Valerie will discuss the REMIT regulation. The presentation will discuss the context and objective of REMIT; key obligations (focusing on insider information and market manipulation requirements); compliance; monitoring; and enforcement risks.

·         Marie Sinnott, Head of Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management at ESB Group. Marie’s presentation will provide an EAI/ industry perspective on key challenges faced by industry participants in striving to comply with REMIT and financial regulations. The presentation will highlight challenges encountered including the definition of inside information; the lack of a REMIT platform; the scope of both regulations; reporting practicalities; monitoring; and enforcement risks.


The seminar will be chaired by Julie-Anne Hannon of Energy Law Ireland and Bord Gáis Energy.


The details for the seminar are as follows:


Date:                            Wednesday 13 May 2015 
Venue:                         Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, Dublin 2*

Registration:                from 7.30am with light breakfast

Time (8-9:30am):           8am sharp followed by Q&A, close of seminar by 9:30am

Cost:                            Thanks to the kind sponsorship of the Electricity Association of Ireland (EAI), this event is free of charge

*Club dress code and location

A jacket is required at all times. A tie is no longer a requirement at any time. Ladies must wear equally suitable attire. Non-permissible attire for Gentlemen and Ladies include; jeans or other denim wear, shorts, T-Shirts and athletic wear. Overcoats must be left in the front hall.

For location, parking details etc please see

Speaker and Chairperson Profiles:

Giuseppe Insalaco: Giuseppe is heading the Markets Infrastructure team within the Markets Policy Division at the Central Bank of Ireland, looking after EMIR and CSDR regulatory developments and policy issues. He is actively involved in drafting level 2 regulation with ESMA and the EBA, and advising the Department of Finance on policy matters and in its dealings with the European Commission such as FX definitions and transposition into Irish law. Before joining the Central Bank in 2011, Giuseppe worked as head of treasury and hedging functions, head of trading and execution desks, and COO in the top three Italian asset managers, and comes from an entrepreneurial experience in setting up a Multilateral Trading Facility in European certificates of deposit and commercial paper. He has a degree in political economics by Bocconi University in Milan, and an MBA by Smurfit Business school.

Valerie Lawlor: Valerie is a Partner in McCann Fitzgerald solicitors. Valerie advises generally on corporate, commercial and M&A matters but has particular expertise in the energy sector. She acts on regulatory and corporate mandates in Energy & Natural Resources and has advised significant energy industry participants on energy market projects, transactions and regulatory issues.


Marie Sinnott: Marie is ESB's Group Head of Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management responsible for ESB’s compliance with its regulatory licence and environment management obligations and for providing the necessary assurance to the Board of ESB and to the Energy Regulator in these areas. She is also responsible for Group Enterprise Risk Management, which oversees the critical risk management process across the Group, providing regular assurance to the Audit and Risk Committee on risk matters. Marie has held a number of senior management roles in ESB including Group Procurement Manager. As Regulation Manager she was responsible for the establishment of separate regulated businesses including ESB Networks Ltd and the Transfer Scheme for EirGrid and managed the process which led to the certification of the transmission arrangements in Ireland. More recently she has worked on the introduction of new legislative requirements for disclosure/transparency in the business. Compliance obligations for REMIT and EMIR at ESB come within Marie’s area of responsibility. A commerce graduate of UCD, Marie holds a Masters in Economic Policy Studies from TCD and a post graduate Diploma in Corporate Governance also from UCD. Marie worked briefly in the Department of Energy before joining ESB on their Business Graduate Development Programme.


Julie-Anne Hannon: Julie-Anne is a co-founder of Energy Law Ireland. She chaired EAI’s working group on Finance and Trading and sits on EAI’s Market Integration and I-SEM working groups. She joined Bord Gáis Energy (BGE) as a Senior Regulatory Analyst in 2011 and works on regulatory, policy and market issues relating to the Irish wholesale electricity market. Prior to joining BGE she worked as a solicitor before obtaining an LLM in Energy Law & Policy in 2011 from the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy in the University of Dundee.

February 05, 2015

"Energy Law Update from Ireland & Europe

This breakfast briefing will cover recent judgments, legal and regulatory developments of interest to the energy sector – including competition law, state aid, judicial review and information access in the energy & utilities sector.

Date: Thursday 5 February 2015, 08:00am – 09:30am

Venue: ESB Conference Centre, ESB Head Office, 27 Lr Fitzwilliam St, Dublin 2

  • Alan McCarthy, Partner in EU, Competition & Procurement Group at A&L Goodbody, will provide an overview of the recent European Commission decision to impose fines on two power exchanges (EPEX Spot and Nord Pool Spot) for breaches of competition law, the GB Competition and Markets Authority energy market investigation and an update on state aid developments.

  • Niall Michel, Partner in Public and Administrative Law at Mason Hayes & Curran, will present a case study on the recent regulatory judicial review proceedings in Viridian Power Limited v Commission for Energy Regulation, which contains some interesting developments on familiar themes, such as the staying of challenged regulatory decisions, and who should bear the legal costs. He will also note recent changes to information-access in the energy and utilities area, and in particular, the application of the new Freedom of Information Act to EirGrid, ESB, Gaslink and Irish Water.

This energy law briefing will be chaired by Feilim O’Caoimh, Partner and Head of McDowell Purcell's Commercial Department and Renewable Energy Department.

A light breakfast, tea and coffee will be kindly sponsored by ESB and will be served from 8am, with presentations starting at 8.15am sharp. Therefore, it is possible to hold this event free of charge for all attendees.

December 11, 2015

"“The Regulation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions: the EU ETS and the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill.”

The seminar will provide updates on the recently proposed changes to the EU ETS, an overview of the provisions of the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development Bill and expert insights into greenhouse gas regulation in Ireland.


The speakers for this event are:


Dr. Maria Martin, Senior Manager, Environmental Protection Agency

Alison Fanagan, Consultant and Former Partner, A&L Goodbody


The details for the seminar are as follows:


Date:                       Friday, 11th December 2015
Venue:                     Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, Dublin 2

Registration:              from 7.30am with light breakfast*

Time (presentations): 8am sharp followed by Q&A

Cost:                        €20 per person


*A light breakfast, tea and coffee will be served from 7.30am, with presentations starting at 8am sharp.

Club dress code and location: A jacket is required at all times. A tie is no longer a requirement at any time. Ladies must wear equally suitable attire. Non-permissible attire for Gentlemen and Ladies include; jeans or other denim wear, shorts, T-Shirts and athletic wear. Overcoats must be left in the front hall. For location, parking details etc please see

March 21, 2014

“The I-SEM: energy trading arrangements and state aid considerations in the future Irish electricity market.”

Energy Law Ireland is pleased to announce that its next breakfast seminar will be held on the morning of Friday, 21st March in the Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, Dublin 2. The topic of the seminar will be “The I-SEM: energy trading arrangements and state aid considerations in the future Irish electricity market.”

The talk will focus on the proposed new energy trading arrangements and related implications, as well as the relevance of the various state aid rules in the context of the future I-SEM design. An overview of the recent UK experience in state aid will also be given by an industry member at the end of the presentations.

The speakers for this event include: 

1.    Claire Madden, Arthur Cox solicitors - Claire is an associate in the Projects and Energy Group of Arthur Cox. She advises predominantly on regulatory matters, project development, project         finance for renewable energy projects and acquisitions in the energy sector.  Prior to joining  Arthur Cox, Claire was Manager of Energy Markets at the Commission for Energy Regulation    during the development and implementation of the Single Electricity Market.


2.     Barry Doherty, B.L. - Barry is a barrister specialising in EU law. He has formerly worked in the  European Commission Legal Service and as Senior legal Adviser to the Commission for     Communications Regulation (ComReg). He acted for Viridian and Endesa in litigation against  the Commission for Energy Regulation concerning the carbon revenue levy.

The details for the seminar are as follows:

Date: Friday 21st March 2014

Venue: Reading Room, Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, Dublin 2 (please see details re Club dress code and location below)

Registration: from 7.30am

Time (presentations): 8am sharp - 10am

Cost: €15.00 per person

Club dress code and location

**Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club has a dress code of: Smart, business attire. I.e. jacket, no jeans or runners; suitably neat business attire. **for location, parking details etc please see

September 30, 2013

"Power and the People - Public Participation in the Development of Energy Infrastructure"

Energy Law Ireland’s next meeting, "Power and the People - Public Participation in the Development of Energy Infrastructure",  which will take place in the Hibernian Club, St Stephen's Green next Tuesday, 1st October from 7.30-9.30am. 


The meeting will discuss the legal regime governing public participation as well as experiences and best practice in developing infrastructure in Ireland and elsewhere.


The meeting will be chaired by Frank McDonald of the Irish Times and the speakers include:


·         Professor Yvonne Scannell, Trinity College Dublin

·         Ian Lumley, Heritage Officer, An Taisce

·         Dr. Eddie O'Connor, CEO, Mainstream Renewable Power


Time: Registration and a light breakfast commence at 7.30am. Speakers will commence at 8am sharp.

Cost: There will be a cost of €15 for the event which can be paid on the morning.

June 12, 2012

"The Birds & Natural Habitats Regulations 2011: The Legal & Practical Implications for the Energy Industry"

The next Energy Law Ireland talk will focus on the Application of The Habitat’s Directive to the Energy Industry. The talk will consider, from a practical perspective, the requirements of screening and appropriate assessments of certain Consents under the Energy legislation set out in the Schedule to Statutory Instrument No. 477 of 2011 European Communities (Birds and Natural Habitats) Regulations 2011.


The event will take place at the Bord Gáis Energy offices, 1 Warrington Place, Dublin 2 , on Wed 13th June from 7.30-9.30am.



1. A Developers Perspective - Sinead Hickey, Planning & Environment Manager – Assets, Bord Gáis Energy;

2. An Ecologist’s Perspective - Anne Murray, Senior Ecologist, Golder Associates Ireland;

3. A Lawyer’s Perspective - Michelle Doyle, Partner, McCann Fitzgerald Solicitors.


Venue: Bord Gáis Energy offices, 1 Warrington Place, Dublin 2 

Date: Wednesday 13th June 2012

Time: Registration starts 730am with presentations commencing at 8am.

Cost:  €10 for Tea/ Coffee & light breakfast of freshly baked scones, pastries & fruit 

We hope you can make this topical and interesting presentation, kindly hosted by Bord Gais

September 26, 2011

"EU Competition law and Energy – Recent European Commission cases and Topical Issues"

EU Competition law and Energy – **Recent European Commission cases and Topical Issues** *

This round table focuses on the European Commission's recent cases in this area, involving various important settlements (e.g. ENI, GdF, E.on, RWE and Swedish Inter-connectors. Topical issues which will be raised include: essential facilities definition, strategic under-investment, capacity booking / hoarding, competition and regulation and market manipulation.

  • Date:  Tuesday 27th September 2011 at 630pm 

  • Location: Matheson Ormbsy Prentice* 70 Sir John Rogerson's Quay Dublin

  • Fee: €20 charge for non-ISEL members, payable on arrival.


  • Josefine Hederström  - DG Competition,  Anti-trust Energy and Environment;·      

  • John Ratliff – Partner and Attorney at Wilmer Hale in Brussels;

  • Stephen Dow of Dundee University Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy;

  • Isolde Goggin, Independent Consultant, former Member of the Competition Authority and former Chairperson of the Commission for Communications Regulation, will chair the event.


May 10, 2011

"A Holistic View of Generator Revenues in the SEM: A Focus on Scheduling & Dispatch and Capacity Payments"

"A Holistic View of Generator Revenues in the SEM: A Focus on Scheduling & Dispatch and Capacity Payments"

Wednesday 11th May 2011 from 7.30a.m. in The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club, Dublin 2

The next Energy Law Ireland event will focus on the topic of ‘A Holistic View of Generator Revenues in the SEM: A Focus on Scheduling & Dispatch and Capacity Payments’.

Talk Details:

In light of increasing uncertainty as to the revenue streams for electricity generators in the Irish SEM to 2020 and beyond and recent consultations by the Regulatory Authorities, James Marshall of UK Company Pöyry Management Consulting will discuss the role of Scheduling & Dispatch and its impact on generator revenues. Alex McLean of Arthur Cox Solicitors will proceed to discuss the ideal role of the Capacity Payment Mechanism and its operation in the Irish system as a revenue stream going forward. Marian Troy of Endesa Ireland will subsequently offer an industry perspective on the issue focusing on the Capacity Payments aspect of the topic. Julie-Anne Hannon of Energy Law Ireland will chair the event providing introductory and concluding comments on the subject. Please see speaker details below.

Date:              Wednesday, 11th May 2011

Time:              From 7:30am for registration with first speaker commencing at 8:00am. The event is expected to finish by 9.45am

Venue:            The Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, 9 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

Cost:               €20 (€15 students & unemployed) payable on the morning. Price includes breakfast, tea & coffee

Speaker Details:

James Marshall is a Senior Consultant at Pöyry Management Consulting and has significant experience in the operation of electricity markets across Europe.  He has worked in Ireland for a number of years, both on commercial and regulatory aspects of the market, and for a wide variety of companies and organisations.  Most recently he has been a key member of Pöyry’s ground-breaking Northern European intermittency project, which uses detailed data modelling of historical weather patterns to evaluate future impacts of renewables on a number of European markets.


Alex McLean is Head of the Projects & Energy Group in the leading all-island law firm, Arthur Cox. Alex has more than 15 years specialist energy expertise in Europe, the Middle East and Australia and has been centrally involved in almost every major development in the energy sector in Ireland and Northern Ireland over the past decade. Prior to joining Arthur Cox, Alex spent six years in the Projects Group of a leading Australian law firm in Sydney and was heavily involved in the liberalisation of the Australian electricity sector.


Marian Troy is a Markets and Regulatory Analyst with Endesa Ireland, working on a range of regulatory and broader policy issues as they relate to an electricity generator in the SEM.  Marian has previously worked as an Analyst with the Commission for Energy Regulation, a legal researcher with the Office of the Attorney General and completed an internship with the European Commission in the then Directorate General for Transport and Energy.


Julie-Anne Hannon of Energy Law Ireland is a qualified solicitor in the Republic of Ireland and in England and Wales. Julie-Anne has recently completed a Masters in Energy Law and Policy (LL.M.) in the University of Dundee and her dissertation is related to the subject of this talk. (Dissertation title: “Increasing Wind Penetration in the Irish SEM: How Can Revenue Adequacy be Ensured for Thermal Generators in the Transition to a Wind Dominated Electricity Market?”).

December 27, 2010

Regional Integration of SEM and GB Electricity Markets: Legal Considerations and Comparative Market Insights.Regional Integration of SEM and GB Electricity Markets: Legal Considerations and Comparative Market Insights.

Regional Integration of SEM and GB Electricity Markets: Legal Considerations and Comparative Market Insights.

Stephen's Green Hibernian Club 27/10/2010, from 07:30am


The next Energy Law Ireland presentation is on: Regional Integration of the Single Electricity Market & Great Britain:  legal considerations and comparative market insights. Presentations will be from Shepherd & Wedderburn Solicitors & the Commission for Energy Regulation.

Date:                      Wednesday 27 October 2010
Time:                      From 7:30am with first speaker commencing at 8:00am.

Venue:                    The Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, 9 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2
Cost:                       €20 includes breakfast, tea & coffee ( payable on the morning).



Against a background of EU policy encouraging increased market integration and related EU and regional initiatives aiming to increase interconnection and energy trading across borders, UK law firm Shepherd and Wedderburn (S&W) will offer a comparative insight into the Great Britain market together with a view on EU provisions promoting market integration. This will be complimented by a presentation from Philip Newsome from the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) on the SEM Regional Integration project in which the SEM Committee’s overall aim of maximizing the efficient use of existing and future interconnectors between the SEM and its neighboring markets over the coming years, will be achieved.


Lesley Gray (S&W) will give a short introduction to the EU drivers behind market integration. Philip Newsome (CER) will provide an overview of the CER and NIAUR project on SEM Regional Integration, before handing over to James Saunders (S&W) for the main talk on the Great Britain market. Speaker details below.


Speaker Details


Lesley Gray, an energy solicitor with a particular interest in EU energy law, will introduce this talk. Lesley has previously acted on secondment to the Commission for Energy Regulation and has recently worked with Frontier Economics in relation to a report to DCENR on Third Package unbundling.

Since the late 1980s, James Saunders has advised on high profile energy matters in the Scottish, English and Irish contexts. One such project included acting for Scottish Power during the establishment of the British Energy Trading and Transmission Arrangements, which involved the assimilation of the separate Scottish market for electricity within the England and Wales-wide New Electricity Trading Arrangements ("NETA") market. James worked on a range of matters from the integration of the network codes across GB to the renegotiation of the connection of major users of the Northern Ireland Interconnector. James also acted on the legal panel for the establishment of the SEM, and his work included advice on Directed Contracts.


Philip Newsome has worked in the wholesale markets division of the Commission for Energy Regulation since 2006. Philip is currently leading the Regulatory Authorities project on SEM Regional Integration with the goal of integrating the SEM into the France-UK-Ireland regional electricity market and ensuring compliance of the East West and Moyle interconnectors with Second and Third Package requirements and emerging European target models on congestion management and capacity allocation.

March 11, 2010

"Developing an Integrated Smart Electricity Network in Ireland - Challenges & Opportunities" by ESB Networks

Jerry O'Sullivan, Head of Sustainability and Network Systems at ESB Networks will speak about "Developing an Integrated Smart Electricity Network in Ireland - the Challenges & Opportunities"

Catherine Byrne, Solicitor, ESB Networks, will also give a short presentation on "Connecting Renewable Generators to the Electricity Distribution System in Ireland - Legal Framework"

  • Date: 11 March 2010

  • Location: Conference Centre, ESB Head Office, 72 Lr. Fitzwilliam St. Dublin 2

  • A light breakfast will be served from 815 with speakers commencing at 830am

The Event is free of charge and is kindly sponsored by ESB Networks. 

May 17, 2010

"Energy Law - Regulating where you Live & Work"

This Energy Law Ireland Breakfast Seminar  considers the European Parliament's adoption on 18 May 2010 of the recast of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive.

This recast prompts questions on the energy efficiency and sustainability of Ireland's buildings and whether 'green leases' might feature in the Irish property sector in the future.  The following speakers will present on these issues in the context of  'Energy Law - Regulating Where You Live and Work':

Rory Burke, J V Tierney & Company Ltd, Consulting Mechanical and Electrical Engineers

Philip Comerford, Comerford Architects

Carmel Hynes, Dillon Eustace, Solicitors

Date:         Friday 18 June 2010

Venue:       The Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, 9 St Stephen's Green, Dublin

Time:          A light breakfast being served from 7:45 with first speaker commencing at 8:00

Tea & Coffee & Scones kindly sponsored by Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI)

Please note that neat dress code is required (no jeans) at the St. Stephens Green Club.

On behalf of Energy Law Ireland, we look forward to welcoming you on Friday, 18 June 2010

December 04, 2009

Legal issues in the Upstream business By Shell Upstream Intl.

Mr. Korsten is the Associate Counsel in Shell Upstream International and the former Head of Legal for Production and Exploration in Europe, and will present on the legal issues in the Upstream business.

Date:                     Friday, 4th of December 2009 
Venue:                 The St. Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, No. 9 St. Stephen's Green. 
Time:                    Breakfast will be served from 7.30a.m. The speaker will commence at 8.15a.m.

Cost:                      €20 (payable on the morning)

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