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2 Cases That Remind Me Why I Love Being a Solicitor (Most of the Time)

I have been involved in a couple of cases which were resolved this year, and which reminded me why I love my job and get a great deal of satisfaction in my work from time to time. Both cases involved employees, both involved High Court legal proceedings, and both were settled with satisfactory outcomes for …

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Construction Workers Improved Terms and Conditions of Employment from October, 2017

50,000 workers in the construction sector were granted improved terms and conditions of employment from 19th October, 2017. The improved terms and conditions include statutory minimum pay, improved pension and sick pay entitlements. The backgournd to the improved conditions and the minimum rates of pay are set out in an Order called “Sectoral Employment Order …

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Irish and UK Employment Law-What Are the Main Differences?

There are huge similarities between Irish law and UK law, which is to be expected as the Irish legal system originates from the English legal System. The Irish legal system exists in a common law jurisdiction, as opposed to a civil law jurisdictions like France and other European countries. Other common law jurisdictions include the …

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