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The Employment Law Review - Key Considerations for International Employers in Ireland

AUTHOR(S): Bryan Dunne
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Employment, Pensions and Benefits
DATE: 25.04.2019

What are the significant employment law cases of the previous 12 months, which all employers need to be aware of? In the Irish chapter of the tenth edition of The Employment Law Review, Bryan Dunne and Alice Duffy provide an overview and their insight on the most important employment law cases in the past 12 months, which cover a broad range of issues such as the duties owed by employers in bullying and harassment cases, to the right to legal representation in workplace investigations. Bryan and Alice also explore the key employment law considerations for international employers in running a business in Ireland, based on our experience as employment law advisors of choice to the international employer community in Ireland.

Matheson is the exclusive author on Irish law in the review, and joins a number of other leading international law firms in covering these key issues for employers operating across the globe.

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research, this book was first published in April 2019.

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