Elaine McGrath In the first of a series of short articles examining common contractual terms, the effect of which is often misunderstood or underestimated, Elaine McGrath examines the concept of 'good faith'.
Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates. The legislation under the Workplace Relations Act as regards running cases before the WRC or the Labour Court provides that the WRC shall investigate matters.
Fifty years on from the riots that rocked Detroit in 1967, director Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) brings alive one of its most infamous and disputed incidents in an intense and powerful cinematic polemic against racial injustice. We see enough of the rioting to place the film i
Employment law solicitor Richard Grogan of Richard Grogan & Associates writes on an important case involving an unfair dismissal. In the case of The Minister for Education and Skills and Jacqueline Walsh DWT1716, the Labour Court had to deal with an issue as to who the correct employer was in re
Tartan is back in In The Tartan Turban John Keay seeks to rehabilitate the reputation of 19th century adventurer Alexander Gardner, a Scots-American who committed feats of travel far ahead of his time, traversing as he did “remotest Kafiristan” and Bam-i-Dunya, the Roof of the World – to the d
Conor McCormick, a PhD Candidate in the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast, critiques the decision in the same-sex marriage case known as Petition X. The High Court of Northern Ireland has delivered two related judgments dealing with the issue of same-sex marriage. Three brief critiques o