Key Case Law Developments Seminar with Duncan Inverarity
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Why don’t you join us for our first live case law update of 2023?
Duncan Inverarity of A&L Goodbody will be discussing the top employment cases of the year, including any updates since our Annual Review in November. Laura McKee of Legal Island will put your questions to Duncan live, so listen in and send in any questions via the chat box.
Duncan will discuss:
1. Maurice Power v Health Service Executive
2. Doolin v Data Protection Commissioner
3. Karshan (Midlands) Limited Trading as Domino’s Pizza v The Revenue Commissioners
4. Leonard v Health Service Executive
5. Keating v Shannon Foynes Port Company
6. Philomena Hennessy v Ladbrooks Payments (Ireland) Limited and Ladbrooks (Ireland)
7. Nolan v Fingal County Council
8. Morgan v The Labour Court And Others
9. Gerard McVeigh v Dunnes Stores
10. The Board of Management of Wilson's Hospital v Enoch Burke
Each case review will cover:
• A short discussion on the facts and background of the case.
• A short discussion on the decision and why it’s important to you.
• Recommended actions as a result of the decision.
• We’ll also answer your live questions.
Join us on 9th February to listen and take part in discussions. Focus on practical solutions to real problems. And get ready to act in 2023.
NB: the actual cases discussed are subject to change as Duncan will ensure that the most up-to-date and relevant cases are discussed on the day.
All notes and slides to be available to attendees post-event.
Please note that this seminar has a fee of €50, but is free for subscribers to the Legal Island hub and attendees at the 2022 Annual Review of Employment Law.
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Duncan Inverarity Partner, Head of Employment Law Practice Group
Duncan is Head of A&L Goodbody's Employment Law Group and has practiced exclusively in the area of employment law and industrial relations in multiple jurisdictions. Duncan advises public and private sector employers on both contentious and non-contentious matters. He advises Boardrooms across Ireland and abroad on strategic and complex employment and industrial relations matters. Duncan also specialises in crisis management for clients and has advised on some of the most high profile corporate issues in Ireland. Duncan regularly appears for clients in the Workplace Relations Commission, the Circuit Court, the High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court. Duncan also acts for partnerships in mediated settlements and in proceedings in the High Court.