Employment Law

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Irish employers face legal, business and reputational risk if they are not in compliance with recently introduced and upcoming protective leave legislation, William Fry has warned. The firm recently hosted a roundtable discussion on the topic of work-life integration, addressing protective leave and

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Former Labour Court chair and barrister Dr Kevin Duffy has been awarded an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws by UCD Sutherland School of Law. As a senior trade unionist, Dr Duffy represented the Irish Congress of Trade Unions (ICTU) in negotiations with the Department of Labour which resulted in the

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The Employment Law Association of Ireland (ELAI) has launched the first in a new series of podcasts on key issues in employment law. The first episode of the podcast, now available for download, features an interview with the association's current chair, Peter Murphy, partner at Dublin-based O'Mara

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The PSNI will attempt to appeal a landmark ruling on holiday pay directly to the UK Supreme Court, according to reports. The Court of Appeal in Belfast ruled in June that PSNI officers can pursue claims for holiday pay from the date of commencement of the Working Time Regulations (NI) 1998, and are

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Deirdre Malone, partner in the employment team at Ronan Daly Jermyn, considers the latest developments in a long-running disability discrimination case. Are we there yet? The short answer is no. A cast of thousands has reviewed the decision of Nano Nagle School –v- Marie Daly, but we are no cl

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