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Workplace Bullying

Of all the employment inquiries I receive, work place bullying is by far the most common. Unlike most other aspects of employment law (e.g. hours of work, payment of wages), there is no*…

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Becoming an Irish citizen

The Minister for Justice recently announced that 6,850 people were formally conferred with Irish citizenship at citizenship ceremonies in 2017.

Many more people became Irish citizens…

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Christmas Arrangements

Our office will be closed from 1 p.m., Friday 22nd December 2017 until 9.00 a.m., Tuesday 2nd January 2018. We wish all our clients, colleagues and friends a happy and peaceful festive season… (more…)

Significant decision for married couples seeking residence in the State

The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in I.G. and Joseph Gorry v. Minister for Justice and Equality is significant.

The Court confirmed that Article 41 of the Irish Constitution…

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Final decision on Setanta collapse by Supreme Court

The decision of the Supreme Court has issued in relation to the collapse of Setanta, a Maltese registered insurance company which wrote motor policies for vehicles in Ireland.

It…

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