Blogs



Blog: Employers will soon have to publish pay equality reports – acting now will diffuse grievances

Ciara McLoughlin, partner in A&L Goodbody's employment group, writes on the controversy surrounding the publication of BBC salaries earlier this month.

Published 31 July 2017

Blog: Are exam scripts personal data?

Solicitor Fred Logue of FP Logue Solicitors writes on accessing exam scripts under data protection rules.

Published 21 July 2017

Blog: Stomp out bullying in schools

Litigation solicitor Derek Walsh (pictured) of Keating Connolly Sellors Solicitors recently presented an in-house seminar on the topic of bullying and the law entitled “Stomp Out Bullying”. Derek’s seminar focused on bullying in schools and the workplace – this article is based on bullying in schools.

Published 18 July 2017

Blog: Purpose of law is not to repeal but retain most of the current EU laws

Dr Tobias Lock, senior lecturer in EU law at Edinburgh University Law School, writes on the first major Brexit bill.

Published 14 July 2017

Richard Grogan on employment law: Weekly rest periods

Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates writes on recent EU rulings on weekly rest periods.

Published 3 July 2017

Blog: Bullying in the workplace

Derek Walsh, litigation solicitor at Keating Connolly Sellors, writes on bullying and the law after giving a recent in-house seminar on bullying in schools and the workplace.

Published 30 June 2017

Richard Grogan on employment law: Constructive dismissal

Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates writes on constructive dismissal.

Published 28 June 2017

NI Blog: Cleverly drafted side letter: No penalty kick

Niamh Laverty, associate solicitor at Tughans in Belfast, writes on the danger of side letters in lease agreements.

Published 28 June 2017

Blog: Ease of making claims driving personal injuries cases up

John McCarthy, partner with McCarthy & Co, writes on a rise in personal injuries claims.

Published 23 June 2017

Richard Grogan on employment law: Jurisdiction in employment cases for cross-border workers

Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates writes on the wider implications of a European court ruling on cross-border workers.

Published 22 June 2017

Blog: Issuing legal proceedings of behalf of a child in the Injuries Board

It is possible for a person to initiate legal proceedings on a child/minor’s behalf, writes Pamela Downes, solicitor at Keating Connolly Sellors Solicitors in Limerick.

Published 22 June 2017

Direct Provision: a home away from home?

Introduction

Published 21 June 2017

Blog: Repairing covenants in leases from a tenant’s perspective

The repairing covenants in leases are among the most important covenants for a tenant to consider before committing to the signature of a lease. Eugene Cush, consultant solicitor at Keating Connolly Sellors Solicitors in Limerick, outlines that great care should be exercised to ensure that the tenant fully understands his/her obligations.

Published 16 June 2017

Blog: How green is your lease?

The commercial lease is being redesigned with sustainability and the environment in mind as tenants and landlords see the advantages of going green. Roisin Bennett, partner in the property department at Reddy Charlton Solicitors in Dublin, explains the concept of the "green lease".

Published 9 June 2017

Richard Grogan on employment law: Notification of hours

Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates writes on laws governing notification of hours.

Published 7 June 2017