Whistleblowing and Protected Disclosures

Posted in : Supplementary Articles ROI on 19 July 2018
Emmet Whelan
ByrneWallace Solicitors
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The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform ("the Department") recently published a report on its statutory review of the Protected Disclosures Act 2014, as provided by section 2 of the 2014 Act. A copy of the report can be viewed here:

ByrneWallace assisted the Department with the Public Consultation Paper published last year providing an overview of the Act, setting out key issues for consultation and inviting submissions from interested parties.

The report provides a very significant review of the 2014 Act and contains useful information for anyone interested in the area,

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Emmet Whelan
ByrneWallace Solicitors

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