Jennifer Cashman’s Review of Irish Employment Law 2018Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 24 January 2019
Jennifer Cashman, Partner, Ronan Daly Jermyn is our keynote speaker at the Legal Island annual reviews of employment law. In this webinar, Jennifer focuses on three key areas of employment law developments:
- Due process in discipline grievance procedures, including an update on the cases of Lyons and McKelvey. Few issues have caused as much grief this year as the right of employees (established under the case of Lyons) to have legal representatives with them during disciplinary processes, including investigations. That matter has been restricted recently by the Court of Appeal in McKelvey. However, where are we now in relation to the right of the accused employee to
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