18 August 2021
This article first appeared in the Wicklow and Bray People on 5 February 2020. When you start a new position, it’s important at the outset to understand the details of your new role. A clear cont...
15 February 2021
FBD CaseThe case involved three Dublin Pubs and one Athlone Pub who sued FBD for failing to provide cover for losses sustained due to Covid 19 restrictions.At the hearing last October, the Court consi...
Tags: Insurance covid 19
05 February 2021
Divorces in Ireland are governed by the Family Law (Divorce) Act 1996. The key concept in the ancillary reliefs obtained during a Divorce in Ireland is that of “proper provision”. There is a statu...
Tags: , Divorce Law, Divorce Lawyer, Family Law, Proper Provision
07 December 2020
The Gender Pay Gap is the difference in the average hourly wage of men and women across a workforce. It compares the gross hourly earnings of all employees and therefore does not reveal discrimination...
Tags: Safety at Work, Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act, Wages gap
13 October 2020
The way we work in Ireland has changed a lot over the course of the pandemic. There has clearly been an increased need for flexible working arrangements. Many are working from home with alternative wo...
22 September 2020
Constructive dismissal arises where an employee terminates their contract because the conduct of the employer is so unbearable that the employee cannot be expected to tolerate it, and has no option bu...
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