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 i
Dr Tobias Lock, senior lecturer in EU law at Edinburgh University Law School, writes on the first major Brexit bill. The Great Power Grab? Contrary to what its name suggests the main purpose of the repeal bill will not be to repeal EU law.
Introduction The International Protection Act 2015 (the IPA 2015) introduced a new single procedure system to Ireland in line with the rest of Europe, with the intention of reducing the lengthy waiting times experienced by international protection applicants. Such applicants include both refugees an
Eugene Cush 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 th