In this two-part article, Niamh Mc Dermott will detail in brief what is involved in an administration of a deceased’s estate.
In the second part of three articles, Donnacha T. Anhold provides his second article in the area of employment law injunctions.
Auctions are one of the many ways to buy a property and have become a popular way to buy or sell a property for individuals banks and receivers.
Thousands of employees across Ireland who are working from home as a result of the coronavirus crisis may be entitled to avail of Revenue’s e-worker relief.
As the true impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic becomes apparent, employers are facing unprecedented challenges in protecting their employees and customers from the virus while keeping their businesses afloat.
High Court approves €12m Settlement for Sligo infant Girl-Robyn Kilgallon
The new residential Tenancies (Amendment) Act 2019 (the 2019 Act) was signed into law on the 24 May 2019. The 2019 Act amends the Residential Tenancies Act 2001 to 2016.
Employment Law – What are reasonable instructions from an employer and can you refuse to take instructions?*
Although there is no clear test to determine what reasonable instructions are, we can only be guided by case law in the area which is developing over time.
Landlords of private rented dwellings must follow certain procedures if they want to raise your rent.
In this three-part article our Donnacha T. Anhold will detail in brief what’s involved if an Employee wishes to injunct a dismissal of their employment.
Parts I and II of The Family Law Act 2019 commenced on 1 December 2019 and amend The Judicial Separation and Family Law Act, 1989, The Family Law Divorce Act 1996 and The Civil Partnership and Certain Rights and Obligations of Cohabitants Act, 2010.
Parents leave is one of the newest statutory entitlements for parents. For any child born or adopted on or after 1st November 2019 each parent is entitled to a two weeks paid parents leave in the first year of a child’s life.