A&L Goodbody's Case Law in Ireland Review 2022Posted in : Webinar Recordings on 10 February 2022
Duncan Inverarity, Head of Employment, A&L Goodbody, was a massive hit at our Annual Reviews of Employment Law in November. In this webinar, Duncan revises what he considers to be the top employment cases of the last year (including any post-November 2021) and sets out learning points and takeaway actions to put into practice.
Join Duncan and Scott Alexander from Legal Island as they discuss the top cases and why they are important to employers in Ireland. Duncan will set out the factual background, what the relevant court decided and what this means from a practical perspective for employers.
In this webinar Duncan discusses the following cases:
- Baranya v Rosderra Irish Meats Group
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