Lewis Silkin has promoted three employment lawyers in its Belfast office, with Kevin Gallagher becoming a managing associate while Amanda Espey and Jack Balmer have been promoted to senior associate. Mr Gallagher has extensive experience advising employers across a broad range of sectors in Northern
Lewis Silkin Ireland partners David Hopper and Síobhra Rush examine the first WRC decisions on European Works Councils in Ireland. In the first cases decided under Ireland’s legislation on European Works Councils, the Workplace Relations Commission has provided welcome guidance for mult
Lewis Silkin Ireland has promoted two lawyers in its employment, immigration and reward division, with Catherine Hayes becoming managing associate and Declan Groarke becoming a senior associate. Both lawyers have extensive experience advising both national and international clients on employment and
Commercial law firm Lewis Silkin LLP has combined its two Belfast premises into a new office based on Linenhall Street.
Employment lawyer Paul Gillen has joined Lewis Silkin as a partner in the firm's Belfast office. Mr Gillen joins Lewis Silkin from Pinsent Masons, where he headed the firm’s island of Ireland employment law team.
Linda Hynes, partner at Lewis Silkin Ireland, has been appointed as chair of the Employment Law Association of Ireland (ELAI). Ms Hynes, a partner in the employment, immigration and reward division of Lewis Silkin's Dublin office, will oversee the work of ELAI, which includes liaising with stakehold
Belfast-based specialist commercial, technology, intellectual property and media law firm Forde Campbell has joined UK-headquartered Lewis Silkin. Forde Campbell directors Mathew Forde, Rory Campbell and Katey Dixon will become partners in Lewis Silkin's Northern Ireland practice, working alongside
Employment law specialist firm Lewis Silkin has announced the appointment of two new associates in its Dublin and Belfast offices. Laura Ensor, formerly of Matheson, has been appointed a senior associate in Dublin and Jack Balmer, formerly of Tughans, has joined as an associate in Belfast.
Employment law specialist firm Lewis Silkin LLP has expanded into Northern Ireland through a partnership with Belfast-based Jones Cassidy Brett (JCB). The six-strong JCB team has been integrated into Lewis Silkin, with JCB partners Adam Brett and Ciara Fulton becoming partners of Lewis Silkin NI LLP
Lewis Silkin LLP has announced the appointment of Victor Timon as a partner in Dublin to head up a new commercial, technology and intellectual property practice. Joining from Maples, where he was head of commercial technology and data privacy, Mr Timon brings over 35 years' experience in commercial,
Audrey Whyte, associate in the employment, immigration and reward team at Lewis Silkin in Dublin, writes on a recent Labour Court decision. A recent Labour Court decision reminds employers that they could be ordered to re-employ employees they have unfairly dismissed. Employers should also consider
International law firm Lewis Silkin LLP has announced the promotion of Linda Hynes to partner, making her the second partner in the firm's recently-opened Dublin office. Ms Hynes joined Lewis Silkin's Dublin office on its opening in March 2018 as a managing associate, advising on all aspects of empl