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By Ian O'Herlihy, Liam Riordan, Edel Kennedy
The issue of working hours and other terms and conditions of employment for Special Needs Assistants ("SNAs") has caused difficulty for Boards of Management in recent years.
By Ian O'Herlihy, Liam Riordan
We examine the facts of the case and suggest the best course of action for schools faced with similar complaints.
By Ian O'Herlihy, Liam Riordan, Christine West
A General Scheme of an Education (Parent and Student Charter) Bill 2016 was published by Minister for Education and Skills, Richard Bruton on 5 December 2016.
By Christine O'Donovan
A recent case highlights the courts' continued reluctance to imply terms into effective and coherent contracts and reaffirms the position established in Marks & Spencer PLC v BNP Paribas...
By Melanie Crowley, Ian O'Herlihy, Christine West
In a recent case, the Labour Court found that the dismissal of an employee for deliberate manipulation of company policy and misuse of the company sick pay scheme was fair.
By Melanie Crowley, Lucy O’Neill
A recent decision of the Employment Appeals Tribunal held that a letter drafted for an employee for social welfare purposes stating that the employer "had no work available at present" was...
By Declan Black, Ailbhe Gilvarry, Fionán Breathnach, Claire Lord, Martin Kelleher, Melanie Crowley, Richard Woulfe
Welcome to the 39th issue of MHC Times. In this issue, we take an in-depth look at what Ireland has to offer, and some recent legal developments which may affect international companies operating in Ireland.
By Declan Black, Philip Nolan, Christine O'Donovan, David O'Donnell, Emer Gilvarry, Fionán Breathnach, John Gulliver, Kevin Hoy, Maurice Phelan
Ireland has a lot to offer foreign organisations. From our low corporate tax rate to our highly-skilled and flexible workforce, there are many reasons to bring your business to Ireland.
By Angela Cleary
Brexit caused business uncertainty and currency volatility and this impacted a number of areas.
By Kevin Hoy, Adam Hogg
One of the most active sectors in the Irish economy both publically and privately continues to be real estate.
By Peggy Hughes
The new European Pensions Directive - IORP II became effective in January 2017. Member States now have two years in which to transpose its provisions into national law.
By Frank Flanagan
Enforcement of loans continues to be a challenge, particularly, enforcement by the purchasers of debt. Equally, there have been helpful developments for secured and unsecured lenders...
By Edward Gleeson, Catherine Allen, Niall Michel, Lisa Joyce
Freedom of Information Regulations, introduced in November 2016, have now been revoked and updated by 2017 Regulations to remove a 'double requirement' for those who can make FOI applications...
By Edward Gleeson, Catherine Allen, Lisa Joyce, Niall Michel
It was another significant year in public and regulatory law with more statutory and non-statutory inquiries, high-profile challenges to parliamentary privilege and the first full year of the Regulation...
By Niall Michel
Ex-Rehab Group CEO Angela Kerins failed in her claim for damages against members of a parliamentary committee.
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