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Legal matters are rarely simple, which is why Tully Rinckey solicitors like to share their knowledge about specific topics through our articles page. Here, you will find articles to help make sense of complex legal issues. If you have a legal topic you would like us to address in our articles, please email info@tullylegal.ie.


Payslips and the Payment of Wages Act – Employer Compliance Considerations

Introduction An employee who took a case to the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) over his wages never matching his payslip has been awarded €8,000. The employee, who took up…

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Equality Cases Before the WRC – The Rise of the Tenant Claimant

Introduction The Free Legal Advice Centers (FLAC) Annual Report for 2017, which was published recently, highlights a number of recent cases where tenants were awarded substantial…

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Employee or Self-employed – Determining Factors under Irish Law

Introduction A recent decision by the Employment Appeals EAT (EAT) in the matter of Ben O’Sullivan (the Claimant) against Liberty Insurance Limited (the Respondent),…

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Workplace Bullying and Harassment – Employer Obligation to Provide a Safe Place of Work

Introduction A recent decision delivered by the Court of Appeal, in the matter of Geraldine McCarthy (the Employee) versus the ISS Ireland Limited (the Employer) and Another (see:…

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The Gig Economy in Ireland – Facts and Figures

Introduction A recent report, entitled ‘Measuring Contingent Employment in Ireland’, issued by the ESRI (the Report), highlights that, despite some increases in contingent…

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Managing Risk in Employment Law Proceedings – The Potential Costs of Appealing a WRC Decision

Introduction A recent determination by the Labour Court highlights the potential risks, employers face, if they decide to appeal a determination of the Workplace Relations…

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Constructive Dismissal – Employee Obligations

  Introduction An interesting case was recently decided by the Labour Court that highlighted the obligations on an employee who might subsequently seek to raise a claim for…

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European Armed Forces and Industrial Action – A New Era?

Abstract The European Organisation of Military Associations recently lodged a complaint on behalf of one of the two Defence Forces representative associations in Ireland, to grant…

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Protected Disclosure – Definition and Time Limits

Introduction The Protected Disclosures Act 2014 (the “Act”) was enacted on 15 July 2014. The purpose of the Act is to provide a statutory framework within which workers can…

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TUPE and Brexit – A De-Facto Deterioration in Working Terms and Conditions?

Introduction Aperture recently represented a number of employees whose company had been acquired by a UK entity, that proposed transferring those employees from Dublin to Belfast.…

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