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You Raise Me Up, So I Can…Sue My Employer?
In the UK case of Shelbourne v Cancer Research UK, an employee of Cancer Research UK sustained spinal injuries at a Christmas Party in the workplace.
Ireland
10 Jul 2019
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Putting Policies To The Test
Last month the Labour Court examined Stryker Orthopaedic's ("the Company") Dignity at Work Policy following an appeal by its employee to a recommendation of the WRC.
Ireland
26 Jun 2019
3
Representing The Class: New Procedural Rules For Representative Actions Under The Data Protection Act 2018
On 19 June 2019, new procedural rules will take effect setting out how "Data Protection Actions"(1) in the Circuit and Superior Courts of Ireland will work in practice.
Ireland
26 Jun 2019
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Disciplinary Processes – What Not To Do!
In The Governing Body of Tywyn Primary School v Alpin, the UK Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") recently ruled that the adverse treatment of a gay teacher,
Ireland
25 Jun 2019
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Court Of Appeal Not Swayed In "Swinging" Defamation/Privacy Case
The Court of Appeal has recently upheld a High Court finding of defamation against the Sunday World newspaper while also awarding damages for breach of privacy1
Ireland
24 Jun 2019
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Up, Up And Away: Irish Commercial Court Orders Removal Of Registrations Relating To Aircraft
The Irish High Court currently has exclusive jurisdiction to make orders against the Registrar (as defined below) pursuant to the Convention and the Protocol (both as defined below).
Ireland
6 Jun 2019
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"True Sales" In Receivables Financing Transactions
The Court of Appeal's recent decision in Bank of Ireland v Eteams (International) Limited brings further important legal clarity for all forms of receivables finance transactions, as well as the "true sale" opinions ...
Ireland
6 Jun 2019
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When Will A Shop Steward's Actions Be Trade Union Activities And When Will They Be Something Else?
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales has found that a shop steward, dismissed by his employer for storing and sharing "stolen, private and confidential information that was the property of a manager" ...
Ireland
3 Jun 2019
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Being Held To Account For Exploitation: The Personal Liability Of Directors For Inducing A Breach Of Employment Contract
The decision of the English High Court in the case of Antuzis and others v DJ Houghton Catching Services Ltd and others caught the attention of the English press with the Judge
Ireland
22 May 2019
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Workplace Dispute Resolution In Ireland – Is It Time For Change?
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Workplace Relations Act 2015 can be challenged on its constitutionality before the High Court.
Ireland
15 May 2019
11
Key Trends In Labour Inspection, Enforcement And Employment Dispute Resolution In Ireland
The Workplace Relations Commission ("WRC") has published its Annual Report for 2018.
Ireland
15 May 2019
12
The Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments 2019 - The Irish Answers
Julie Murphy O'Connor and Gearoid Carey share their extensive experience with regard to the enforcement of foreign judgments in Ireland, including acting in some of the leading Irish cases relating to such enforcement.
Ireland
8 May 2019
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Periodic Payment Orders In Catastrophic Injury Cases
The Civil Liability (Amendment) Act 2017 was passed in November 2017. The act addresses issues raised by the Working Group on Medical Negligence and Periodic Payments, particularly the deficiencies
Ireland
8 May 2019
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Kerins Decision: A Cautionary Tale For Employers
The High Court rejected Ms Kerins' challenge to her treatment before the PAC hearings during the course of its examination of State funding to the Rehab Group in 2014.
Ireland
7 May 2019
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Delay In Professional Negligence Claims
In a recent High Court decision, Power v Creed(1) Judge Baker dealt with a claim of professional negligence.
Ireland
2 May 2019
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Presumption Of Disclosure Of Records Under FOI Does Not Apply To Exempted Records
Private sector businesses contracting with State bodies will welcome a recent judgement of the Court of Appeal.
Ireland
23 Apr 2019
17
Your Eggs Or Mine: Court Of Appeal Restates The Law On Passing Off
Although passing off cases are a rare phenomenon in Irish courts there have been times when businesses have sought the litigation route to stop a person or a business from passing off their goods or services.
Ireland
12 Apr 2019
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Labour Court Highlights Limits To TUPE Protections: Refusal To Transfer Amounts To Resignation
In Adina Predut v Rapier Contract Services Limited, the Labour Court found that an employee terminated her own employment when she refused to transfer to a new employer under the European Communities ...
Ireland
11 Apr 2019
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Enforcement Of Post-Termination Restrictive Covenants At Injunction Stage Is A Balancing Act
There is a clear distinction between the enforceability of restrictive covenants during the life of the employment relationship and after its termination.
Ireland
4 Apr 2019
20
Discovery Process Reaches Crisis Point: Supreme Court To Consider Reform
Clients with experience of litigating in Ireland will be familiar with the discovery process and the onerous obligation to disclose all relevant documents which are in their power
Ireland
2 Apr 2019
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