Review of Recent Employment Developments 27/11/2015Posted in : Fortnightly Review of Recent Employment Developments on 27 November 2015
Highlights this week: So many developments this week that we've decided to hold back the case law reviews until later. The Equality (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2013 is at the second stage in the Dáil. This Bill, if enacted, will amend the Employment Equality Acts and insert an express requirement to objectively justify retirement ages, along with other changes. There have been 100 published amendments to the Legal Services Regulation Bill. It should be enacted before Christmas and will transform the way that barristers operate in Ireland, including allowing for Legal Partnerships - so barristers can start up business either with other barristers or with solicitors in Legal Partnerships
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