Easter Employment Developments (2013)Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 2 April 2013 Issues covered:
Jennifer O'Sullivan from Ronan Daly Jermyn, Cork, has highlighted a couple of recent employment law developments that will interest HR professionals in Ireland:
1. Courts Bill 2013 – Important Changes to Monetary Jurisdiction Limits
On 19 March 2013, the Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence, Mr. Alan Shatter T.D., announced the publication of the Courts Bill 2013.
The Bill has two purposes, the first of which is to modify the in camera rule which prevents members of the public, including the news media, from being present in court when family law and child care proceedings are being heard. The second purpose of the Bill is to increase the monetary jurisdiction limits of the Circuit and
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