Key Irish Employment Law Cases 2019Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 23 January 2020
Associate at A&L Goodbody, Aisling Muldowney, was a massive hit at our Annual Reviews of Employment Law.
In this session, Aisling and Noeleen Meehan, Of Counsel, Employment, Pensions & Incentives at A&L Goodbody, revised what they considered to be the top employment cases of the last year (including any post-November 2019) and set out learning points and takeaway actions to put into practice.
Cases covered in this session include:
1. Daly v Nano Nagle School 
2. Stablefield Limited v Ana Lacramiora Manciu 
3. Jean-Phillippe Grenet v Electronic Arts Ireland Limited 
4. Ryan, Cannon and Kirk Accounting Services limited v Violeta Kneite 
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